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Hi, my theory is the speed of light is the fastest you can travel through space time
but it travels at the rate at which one moment passes into the next.
Ok, so if you travel infinitely fast you pass from point a to b without any time having passed.
You would be outside time.
Which seems the same as if you the reduced the mass of an object until it is nothing it would be outside space.
Nothing can exist beyond space and time.
So at what speed can you move from a to b with time still having elapsed, if this is the same as the speed of light then that is rate at which one moment passes into the next.