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I Know from a lecture about energy needed to travel at the speed of light and found:

E=(Gamma)Mo(Mass In A Stationary Postiton)C2 (Constant/Speed Of Light)

Now according to this formula there cannot be an answer for 99.999999...%< as Gamma

Gamma=√1-v2 (squared) V Is the index form of the speed of light 99%=0.99

this 'supposedly' proves there cannot be a speed greater than or equal to 100% of the speed of light.

could someone prove this wrong...?

I will post another theorem with this to help justify both answers.

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# Can You Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light?

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