Albert Einstein propagated the theory that no object can exceed the speed of light.
In general discourse or debate it was found that Albert Einstein was well of the mark because there were cases where the speed of light may be exceeded.
Einstein and his followers seemed to have missed that when the universe expands as it is currently doing, it will have a horizon which is becoming more flatter.
An analogy here is the same as the inflated balloon.
The surface becomes less curved.
Two given points on the surface will recede as the volume increases.
As it recedes the points on the surface will move away from each other at a velocity proportional to the increase in volume and surface area.
The larger the volume the faster the points will move away from each other.
The expanding universe in which we live displays similar characteristics. In doing so it may exceed the speed of light.
Very many physicians have seemed to miss that too.
The speed of light seems to have broken again after scientists carried out a new set of experiments to test measurements that could require the laws of physics to be rewritten.
Dates given are not valid and thus hold no position or authority.
Scientists have posted new results that confirm measurements made in September, that a beam of sub-atomic particles had travelled faster than the speed of light.
“Can we prove that”? The findings have proved troubling to the scientists as it goes against Albert Einstein’s laws of special relativity and opens up the possibility of being able to send information back in time (past).
The research which involved sending neutrino particles 450 miles through the ground from the CERN facility in Geneva to the gran Sasso laboratory in Italy. Have now attempted to rule out one of the possibility of error (NOT POSSIBILITY)
By tweaking the experiment to address a potential flow in the original experiment. They again showed that the neutrons arrived at the Italian site 60 billionths of a second faster than the speed of light. Time and date had no effect on the experiment.
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