Ok, I am a complete n00b at this stuff, the most I have had is an into to beginning physics and seen a few discovery channel shows, but I was thinking about what I leared and came up with a weird scenario (by the way, I probably have no idea what I am talking about and there is probably a crutial and extremely simple flaw in here so please do correct me). I heard that it is impossible to surpass the speed of light. Also there is no terminal velocity in a vaccum. SO, if there was a GINORMOUS mass floating afound in space with a vaccum chamber on it that extended gagillions of miles into space, and we dropped something in the vaccum, would it not keep accellerating until it hit the mass? And if the mass was so large and with such strong gravity, that by the time the object dropped reached the ground it would have reached and surpassed the speed of light, then wouldn't that break the law which states that nothing can surpass that speed? All theoretical of course. I doubt that a mass that large could exist, though one never knows...still, probably not lol.