I honestly can't make any sense of this. I've been told traveling even one time faster the speed of light, the mass becomes infinite; therefore, infinite energy is required. However, traveling just one time above speed of light isn't an infinite speed. The object isn't constantly increasing in speed, rather it's maintaining a certain speed. If one was constantly picking up speed, and had no intentions of stopping, I could see why infinite energy would be required. To make short, does traveling faster than the speed of light actually require infinite energy? Or is the supply just some much, we call it infinite...Perhaps because not even our universe altogether has the needed supply?