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We know from Einstein that at the speed of light mass stretches to infinity.
What happens to mass before it reaches the speed of light?
Is the process gradual or does it happen all at once? [/quote[Gradual. See the graph in the following pagehttp://www.emc2-explained.info/Emc2/Derive.htm [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register]Quote from: Expectant_PhilosopherCan we harness the effects as mass approaches the speed of light to manipulate mass?That doesn't make any sense to me. What exactly is it that you hope to harness? What does it even mean to harness it?Quote from: Expectant_Philosopher If we accelerate an entangled mass...What is an entangled mass?Quote from: Expectant_PhilosopherCan we contain a mass that has a tendency to stretch to infinity, by opposing with another mass also tending towards infinity? Not that this makes any sense but I think that no matter how you described it to me the answer will be no.
Can we harness the effects as mass approaches the speed of light to manipulate mass?
If we accelerate an entangled mass...
Can we contain a mass that has a tendency to stretch to infinity, by opposing with another mass also tending towards infinity?
This might be a silly question but has any one ever stretched or increased anything to infinity by taking it to the speed of light?
What I mean to say is, that do we have definitive proof that mass does actually stretch or increase?
Or are we simply relying on the maths to tell us that is what happens?
I only ask because I have heard on a number of occasions that quite often molecular science has a tendency to defy the physics.
And if an object is in fact increased does that mean that there are more molecules and particles in that object or do they become larger?
Why doesn't it ever achieve the speed of light?
Einstein said the mass of the system increases to infinity at the speed of light.
As far as entanglement of particles, replace particle for mass and accelerate to the speed of light.
Don't take this in a negative light, but you depress me. I am depressed for wont of your understanding of science. In my imagination there are no limits, I try to synthesize new ideas based on varied disciplines. Up against the stark reality of science I feel at a loss that I don't have the knowledge I need to make my dreams, my ideas real. Would that I had the opportunity to learn each area of science my imagination touches upon, so that I could improve the world. Lacking that I attempt to float these ideas with an expectation that some of them may hit the mark, and others may bring to fruition. I admire your wisdom.
although I noticed Pmb said nothing of converting mass to particles of zero mass before attempting to accelerate them toward the speed of light.