I thought I'd ask and since I couldn't find another thread on the matter... well yeah.. here we go.
I've always wondered if it's possible for humans to travel faster than the speed of light.
Einstein said we can't, and people (as far as I know) tend to trust his equations as if it were the absolute truth.
Are we still doing research in this? Or do we simply rely on equations made decades ago?
As much as I've looked around, for as long as I can remember, nobody ever casts any doubt on whether or not
Einstein was wrong. He could have been, and probably was in a few areas. What do you think?
*According to Einstein, nothing with mass can travel faster than the speed of light (Photons)*
If FTL travel is in fact impossible, do you think we'll find a way to go around it? Think Wormholes, Warping space etc.