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From a quick search of the forum is appears that an increase in velocity does not result in an increase in mass. If this is correct why can't objects be accelerated to light speed and beyond?
If every action causes an equal and opposite reaction, what force stops an object from reaching light speed?
Thank you in advance.
If every action causes an equal and opposite reaction, what force stops an object from reaching light speed?
Thank you in advance.