Einstein Today

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I have come across alot of information that says that the speed of light is not the fastest
speed that can be reached in the universe.
So if that is true, then what in contemporary physics conceptually is still preserved by special
and/or general relativity?
Because to me Einstein was too brilliant to be rendered obsolete by modern findings.
 

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I have come across alot of information that says that the speed of light is not the fastest
speed that can be reached in the universe.
So if that is true, then what in contemporary physics conceptually is still preserved by special
and/or general relativity?
Because to me Einstein was too brilliant to be rendered obsolete by modern findings.
What information?

I'm sure you could share just a little, since there is 'alot' of this information.

I'm sure someone said that Newton was too brilliant to be rendered obsolete by modern findings, yet here we are today.
 

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