Well that might have no been the best title in the world for this thread but I couldn't think up anything else.
Anyway to get to what I made this thread about. I just recently discovered a link that I found a little odd. I know (now) that reletivity dictates how fast we can go in the universe and that it doesn't matter how much power we put behind something but more how we do it that really counts. That still doesn't mean though we can't bend the rules a little to make something go as fast as light or faster. What I'm talking about is this here
, it was an experiment done by a German Physicist that involved "Microwave Photons
" and "Quantum Tunneling
." Now supposedly this German Physicist broke the speed of light with this experiment. He was able to sucessfully and I quote "'instantaneously' move microwave photons between two prisms that were set exactly 3 feet apart faster then light
So what does this mean? I don't know. Maybe we can move faster then light using quantum tunneling.
Anyway I'd like to hear your opinions on this as it just seems to good to be true to me.
Also, I'm interested in what Achilles has to say about this. I know disproving these types of things based on relativity is his cup of tea.