I was watching a show on TV that talked about why we couldn't go faster than speed of light because we would gain infinite mass (e=mc^2 I presume). The show said that if we wanted to go faster than the SoL that we would have to move space around us. Compress space in front and expand space behind. I don't know how far out we would be moving space or the universe around us, but if we moved a part of the universe to a spaceship (rather than moving the space ship) wouldn't that exert massive forces (g's) on everything except the ship? Also the show said that the forces would be exerted on the ship, but that doesn't make any sense since the ship isn't really moving, right? And also they said that if we wanted to counter g forces that we could use a diamagnetic field to push back in the opposite direction of the g forces (they said its a magnet strong enough to move living organisms, or the water in them). But that doesn't make any sense either since if you exert a force on something in one direction at the same time as another, wouldn't it just squash that object like a bug. Like the force of a foot at the same time as the force of the earth on say a cockroach?