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Mythbusting Tachyons
There appear to be some misunderstandings concerning superluminal motions or tachyons (here we mean them by generic hypothetical superluminal particles) in physics literature including textbooks. For example, a claim that superluminal motions violate special relativity, that tachyons have an imaginary … Continue reading
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Are Tachyons Really FasterThanLight?
I will be more than happy to be corrected if I am wrong, but, as far as I am aware, there is no confirmed FTL (FasterThanLight) phenomenon. In the past, there were some reported FTL phenomena with the speed of … Continue reading
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