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8Lec_:)

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  1. Sorry about posting it on the wrong sub forum, this was my first post I was just saying bla bla bla as a replacement for etc; cuz I'm not interested in what complications are involved with objects being faster than speed of light (loads of articles on the interwebs on this), what I'm intrested in is, how many laws of physics would need to changed in order for this (if it were to ever happen) to fit amongst all other laws of physics
  2. Could you please list which aspects would we be mistaken about, one's causality. thx :)
  3. So, I'm aware it's not possible to go faster than the speed of light, and that as something nears the speed of light it's mass increases, time slows down and bla bla bla. What I'm interested in knowing is, if something went faster the speed of light, how many laws of physics would it break, and if that happens (theorising time now boiis!) what do you think would happen? Would the thing go back in time, or would space-time warp around that object and create a wormhole or something even stranger. Even if you don't want to answer the 2nd part of the question, please answer the 1st part. Thx in advance.
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