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  1. I read up on a hypothetical way to travel faster than light in space, and that is to compress the space in front of the spacecraft while at the same time expanding the space behind the craft. They proposed this through the use of gravity to bend space while shielding the passenger and the interior of the craft from the effects of the gravity. My question is, does this actually make it possible to move faster than light relative to the passenger?
  2. My answer, it's relative and only depends on perspective. On a planet, most would agree that the center of gravity would be down, however in space, this logic cannot be applied and has no true up or down. Therefore up or down only depends on how you see it to be.
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