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Curious Kids: what would happen if someone moved at twice the speed of light?

By Sam Baron, Associate professor, Australian Catholic University
There’s a special type of particle called a ‘tachyon’ which would have to travel faster than the speed of light. But here’s the hitch – we can’t prove tachyons even exist.The Conversation

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