Hi, i'm new to this, so i'm hope this is how this works. But I had a question. I've heard that even theoretically, it is impossible to go faster than the speed of light. Because, even if you provided enough energy to move something faster than the speed of light, i.e using either a lever or a rotational device with 2 extending rods, the speed at which each atom communicate with next moves at the speed of light, so no matter how strong the material is, or how much energy you put, it is not possible to transmit the particles from one to the next fast enough. My question is, is it theoretically possible to increase the speed at which an atom, or even electrons move?