Can the speed of light be broken using vectors? Why not? Where does the Lorentz Transformation come into play?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

E.g. I accelerate to 3/4 the speed of light North and then to 3/4 the speed of light East. Am I traveling faster than the speed of light at 45 degrees North-East?

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# Vectors and the Speed of Light?

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