Another "what if" Question concerning gravity Lets assume that we can have an object fall into a wormhole only to come out the other side above the wormhole it just fell into, making a loop. Now lets put this loop in a Jar and make a vacuum inside it eliminating all air resistance. Now we drop a marshmallow into this loop and watch it constantly accelerate at 9.8 meters per second (not loosing any speed by going to the upper wormhole) just constantly accelerating because of gravity. What would happen? would this marshmallow accelerate to the speed of light, or past the speed of light? 9.8 can only go into the speed of light so many times before it matches or passes it. I am curious as to what would happen. Please enlighten me.