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OK, I have asked this question to many different people. Most give me the brush off when I ask it (even professors at universities), if you can not answer, maybe you can direct me to a book or something?? Here is my scenario? as I understand it, the speed of a electron in a near perfect conductor is over half the speed of light? if you presented a charge in two opposite directions, would the speed of charge A be faster then the speed of light, if the reference was charge B? and since the charge is a election that has mass at rest, would that not disprove that mass could be accelerated passed the speed of light? just trying to understand??? Lance A. Gibson.
Re: Why can you not go faster then the speed of a photon???
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