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There's also a highly speculative unprovable viewpoint that c is a barrier that cannot be crossed rather than a limit as such.In other words there may be particles with superluminal velocity, we just can't interact with them. A theory that as I understand cannot be disproven (nor is there any evidence for it).
We know that the speed of light travelling in a vacuum c = 3x108m/s Is there any possible ways to go beyond that figure? Perhaps we can merge some of the light theory with other theory and try to get something out of it.