Ok. Let's say a fan is spinning at the speed of light. ( Imagine folks;) If i shine a light ray towards it, light would be able to pass through it almost instantaneously. Let's disregard one law of special theory of relativity stating that objects travelling at the speed of light would have 0 volume. What happens if the fan goes beyond the speed of light? To what i percieve, i have come to believe that light will still pass through it as there are " loopholes " ; as it is not a solid particle. I was imagininating that under what circumstances will the light not be able to pass through the fan blades? 2nd. You are in a spaceship travelling at the speed of light; you are at the back of the spaceship; of course everything will appear as darkness infront. IF you run to the head of the spaceship whilst travelling at the speed of light, theoratically, you would have gone faster than the speed of light. Is this possible?