One key aspect of Special Relativity is the fact that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. This concept derives from Maxwell's Equations, which calculate the speed of light (electrodynamics). Since Maxwell's Equations describe the formation of magnetic fields (as a result of moving electric charges), I propose a potential conflict in the creation of magnetic fields and the speed of light limit on the movement of those fields through open space (vacuum). This conflict challenges the Law of Conservation of Momentum. The thought experiment illustrating this conflict is a bit too long to present in a post, so I have presented it in the attachment.