Let’s say there was a stable Acceleration Due to gravity at 1m/s^2 towards a certain direction, and a stone would keep accelerating that direction.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Stone wood not reaches the speed of light, because it requires more and more energy to reach a diminishing speed increment.

How fast would the max speed be the stone could travel, relative to an observer at rest?

And how can it be calculated?

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# Relativistic Resistance against Acceleration?

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