In the never ending stream of cool stuff, today, faster than light math!http://www.cosmosmag...vertakes-speed-light
New mathematical formulas have expanded Einstein’s theory of special relativity to allow for travel beyond the speed of light, potentially changing the way we view the Universe and judge distances.
Albert Einstein's theory of special relativity, published in 1905, interprets motion based on different frames of reference in space and time. The new mathematical formulas are based on the same principles, but – unlike Einstein – the mathematicians have allowed for a hypothetical infinite velocity.
Interesting. Einstein's speed of light is a limit that can't be crossed, so I'm wondering if this new math allows for that limit to be crossed. (Einstein's C allows for faster than the speed of light travel, but not slowing down below it, or speeding up across it.)
And when is someone going to make a software simulator for all this cool new stuff?