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#### pandey_23ajay

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##### travel with light speed ?????
« on: 20/04/2012 18:42:35 »
Light takes some time to reach from one place to other.
Sound takes some time to reach from one place to other.
Energy takes some time to reach from one place to other.
every action needs time.
every force need time to act.
so gravitational force also needs time to act.gravitational force acts only on things which has mass.
so what, if we do not allow gravitational forces to feel the mass, that is we should change the mass at such a rate that
gravitational forces can not act on the mass, then we will be able to move with the speed of light or more. i will call it gravitational time , which is the minimum time required by gravitatonal forces to act on any mass to be effective. if an object changes its mass at such a rate that gravitational forces can not act on it, that is OBJECT SHOULD CHANGE ITS MASS WITHIN TIME, LESS THAN GRAVITATIONAL TIME,then it will move with speed of light or more.so we should design aircrafts and space ships with changing mass so that we can move faster and explore the space.
RESULTS FROM ABOVE DESCRIPTION-

1.LAW OF CHANGING MASS=
INFINITE MASS IS NO MASS, IT IS CHANGING MASS BEFORE GRAVITATIONAL FORCES CAN ACT ON IT.

2.LAW OF ANY SPEED-
ANY SPEED CAN BE ACHIEVED,PROVIDED WE CAN NEGATE THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCES OF SURROUNDINGS.
« Last Edit: 20/04/2012 19:33:33 by pandey_23ajay »

#### simplified

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #1 on: 21/04/2012 17:56:08 »
Yes,you should try to operate time.If you direct time from gravitation to energy of move then you increase speed. :)

#### CliffordK

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #2 on: 22/04/2012 07:07:19 »
Mass velocity, and momentum are intimately intertwined, with the theory of special relativity relating an infinite mass to velocities approaching the speed of light, and thus requiring an infinite amount of energy to change the momentum.  With respect to the fabric of space (or space-time).

Is it mass, or gravity that one must deny to attain superluminal speed?

#### pandey_23ajay

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #3 on: 22/04/2012 07:32:08 »
Gravitational forces act on things which have mass, now gravitational forces require time (gravitational time) to act on mass, if we change mass in time less than gravitational time, we can move with super speed, so we are changing mass and denying gravity.

#### dareo

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #4 on: 22/04/2012 12:16:33 »
How would one go about changing the mass in an object?

#### pandey_23ajay

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #5 on: 22/04/2012 16:29:09 »
To change mass, either object should emit something, say photons or absorb something, that too in time less than gravitational time to achieve superluminal speed.

#### simplified

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #6 on: 24/04/2012 02:54:10 »
How would one go about changing the mass in an object?

Very big black holes don't have less density,however they have less gravitation,because they have deficiency of time. :P

#### pandey_23ajay

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #7 on: 24/04/2012 18:06:19 »
black holes does not have deficiency of time but time slows down there, that is any change in black hole is slow and its gravity is very high, even light can not pass by.

#### simplified

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #8 on: 25/04/2012 03:37:40 »
black holes does not have deficiency of time but time slows down there, that is any change in black hole is slow and its gravity is very high, even light can not pass by.
In my opinion a slowed down time is deficiency of time to a motion.Big black holes have even deficiency of time to gravitation.

#### pandey_23ajay

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #9 on: 25/04/2012 13:09:37 »
What is time, time is change, if there is no change, then time is insignificant, since change is slow in black hole, so is time.
Time is subjective thing, its not like object or material or energy, why u are talking, only about motion.
there is excees of time in black holes for its own existence (for black holes)

#### Nizzle

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #10 on: 25/04/2012 13:22:36 »
so what, if we do not allow gravitational forces to feel the mass, that is we should change the mass at such a rate that
gravitational forces can not act on the mass,

So you want to change the mass of an object fast enough so that gravitation cannot act on the mass...
Let's assume an object with a starting mass of A. Gravitation will work on this mass.
Then you somehow instantaneously change the mass from A to B and let's say B is smaller than A. Then the Gravity field will change at the speed of light from mass A to B, but it will not stop working on the mass, unless you change the mass of the object to 0.

#### pandey_23ajay

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #11 on: 25/04/2012 13:33:38 »
if we change mass before gravitational forces can act on it, then this mass will behave like infinite mass, then it can achieve superluminal speed.

#### simplified

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #12 on: 25/04/2012 14:17:09 »
What is time, time is change, if there is no change, then time is insignificant,

Black hole has large gravitational interaction. This interaction has time. It is not insignificant. :P

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##### Re: travel with light speed ?????
« Reply #12 on: 25/04/2012 14:17:09 »