according to einstien, I order for an object to move faster than the speed of light, we need an infinite amount of energy. Assuming that we could somehow generate this much energy, after moving faster than the speed of light, would the hypothetical particle generate a build up of light waves behind it in a similar fashion to sound waves and a sonic boom? I made the assumption that this would happen and stumbled across the thought at this "photonic boom" could have been the origin of the universe and the cause of the Big Bang. Please forgive me if this is far fetched and illogical. I'm only in grade nine.