I've been thinking about the speed of light, and if it is possible to exceed it. So, I came up with my spaceship on a lever theory. Essentially, you have a long lever with a fulcrum near one end. At the other end, you attach a spaceship. Next, you apply pressure at the short end of the lever. Given a large enough ratio of difference between the two sides of the lever, I would think it would be possible to accelerate the spaceship beyond the speed of light. I am, of course, assuming that the fulcrum is firmly fixed at one point in space, that I have an unlimited energy source, and that the lever will not bend or break. Am I missing something here, or, given the above conditions, would it be possible to exceed the speed of light?