In real life when we accelerate we cover every possible speed we can right? Einstein said that it would take an infinite amount of energy to go the speed of light, but going faster than the speed of light would take almost no energy(forgive me if I'm wrong). Now lets pretend we are in a space ship in space, and we could some how skip over a few "speeds", using this, we could skip over the speed of light, but we can only do this once on our space ship. So we skip over the speed of light and are cruising above the speed of light. Then we want to stop so we slow down again, but as we decelerate toward the speed of light, we can't slow down because you can't go at the speed of light. So what would happen? What if you hit a wall? Would you naturally skip over it again and radically decelerate?