Okay so I was on this site 6 years ago as a twelve year-old with a love for physics and I posted some questions on something to do with wormholes and the like. I got promptly chewed out by the pros for posting nonesense based on my past knowledge of physics. I have since wisened up and have made another account. But anyway my question was: if we could somehow disengage the Higgs field for ordinary matter (and be able to "turn it back on" in a sense), would that be a "simple" way to travel at the speed of light? If this is stupid or unwanted then please don't take offense, I'm still trying to see what questions are OK to ask atm. Shoot any ideas or a thread where I can ask this if this sounds interesting.