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do i understand correctly that nothing travels faster than light, including information? what about information transmitted through a solid object: imagine a solid rod between earth and mars. if i push or twist the object from earth, wouldn't the motion be transmitted instantaneously to the other end, at mars? therefore, we could, theoretically, transmit data instantaneously, faster than the speed of light?
Re: information transmitted faster than light?
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