Take this scenario for instance. Now from the position of the Earth if you were to lookup into the night sky the distance between stars can seem like mere inches, but in actuality it could be 100’s of light years between the two. Now, for this scenario you are a person standing on the Earth looking up into the night sky at two stars. From your perspective the distance between these two starts is only a few inches. Yet, in actuality these stars are hundreds of light years away, and hundreds or light years apart from one another. Now, in your hand you hold an unbreakable and unbendable rod that stretches from Earth hundreds of light years all the way to one of these two stars. Now, you have this unbendable, unbreakable rod in your hand and you are pointing it at one of these two stars, and then you take the rod and quickly point it at the other star. Now, here on Earth your hand only moved a few inches in a few seconds from pointing at one star to pointing at the next. Yet, the end of the rod that was at the first star you were pointing at it would have to move faster then the speed of light to travel the hundreds of light years from the first star to the second star to keep up with the part of the rod in your hand. Now, remember this is an unbendable and unbreakable rod. So, what would happen?