Does Feynman's path integral formulation violate relativity ,
we get path's that are faster than c.
Feynman paths are just a mathematical tool, they are not a problem, they can do whatever they want. The problem would arise if the probability amplitude for a particle to travel faster than c would come non-zero... And this is not happening.
Why didn't you post it in Quantum Physics? Would have received more attention...
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