2nd International Conference on Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Engineering

Is it physically possible for objects to move faster than light?

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Is it physically possible for objects to move faster than light?

Merely looking at the world around us, let us discover that, at the microscopic or macroscopic level, the rotational movement is more remarkable than the other types of movement existing in the Universe. For example, if we observe the electron well, we notice two rotational movements: around itself, and around the core. As far the moon, it turns around itself, around the Earth which rotate about its axis, and also around the Sun. The Sun itself, at the same time, revolves around itself, and around the galactic center. Even our galaxy, the Milky Way, follows the same rule and is simultaneously rotating around itself and around the supposed center of the Universe. In this paper we are going to study the speed of the astronomical objects at the hypothetical edges of the Universe.

Biography

Prof. Gh. Saleh is an independent researcher and main theoretician of Saleh Research Group. He was educated at the Sharif University of Technology. He has more than 20 articles and participated in several conferences in Europe, America and Asia as an honorable speaker, organizing committee member, leadership, etc. More information: www.saleh-theory.com

Authors: Gh Saleh.

Faster than light Relativity Dirac equation