Hi. I was browsing Wikipedia on a topic, went to magnetic bearings, etc etc...ended up on synchrotron radiation then the phrase about how a moving or accelerat/ing/ed particle passing through a magnetic field generates electromagnetic radiation. Then I has a revelation. How to get a particle moving faster than c in relation to the magnetic field it touches. You keep the particle static and move the magnetic field across the particle at more than c. 1) a magnetic field generator, box A, makes a long sharp magnetic beam thorough an opening on top face of box...beam must be 11.5 meters long. 2) a superconductor plate, mirror B, at 45% angle reflects the 11m long magnetic beam. Mirror B spins at 300k rpm and sits on top of box A at less than 0.5m. So I guess magnetic bearing and vacuum for such rpms?!?, so there must be a vacuum enclosure but it must let magnetic beam pass and extend so it goes on for the whole 11m horizontally. So recap... box A shots a beam up through opening on top side to mirror B at 45% ...beam is reflected by superconductor and travels horizontally for 11m. Since beam is 11m long and rpm is 300k, at the 11m point the beam would have a speed of 345575.191895 m/s relative to a round wall that's 22m in diameter. The wall's particles are moving at 345575 m/s thorough a magnetic field... or while touching a magnetic field. Who knows what new type of electromagnetic or non-em radiation or effects we might see above c.