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## Main Question or Discussion Point

If we make a great voltage difference and let electricity flow , electron's kinetic energy will be equal to ##eV## . For some value of V (we wish to give) , won't the velocity be over speed of light ? What's wrong with such approach of thinking ?

Again , if we increase temperature of a system of gas , average speed,rms speed will increase and a some temperature it should cross speed of light . What's the bug in such idea ?

Again , if we increase temperature of a system of gas , average speed,rms speed will increase and a some temperature it should cross speed of light . What's the bug in such idea ?