This brings to mind another question. What if we could travel at the speed of light, what would we see out the windshield? Well, I would say if we are traveling faster than light, I guess we would be seeing the absence of light, dark. This is what you would see when looking out that spaceship's windshield:
(There is not supposed to be any white lines)
I have heard fighter pilots say how quiet it gets after they break the sound barrier (761.2 mph), so doesn't it figure that if you broke the light speed barrier, you wouldn't see light?
If we want to visit other solar systems that may contain habitable planets, we would have to travel a lot faster than the speed of light because of their enormous distances, or have a large enough space craft to house families so that their great great grandchildren would get to visit those places. I am afraid that it may be a one way trip for any who are brave enough to go.
And, to change the subject, I have a few more questions:
-How do I get off a nonstop flight?
-How do I throw away my garbage can?
-I talked about the speed of light, so what is the speed of dark?
-When day breaks, who fixes it?
-Where is Old Zealand?
-Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?
-Why do fat chance and slim chance mean the same thing?
I could go on and on, but will stop here. If you want to read anymore of them, just go to the web site where I found them:
Now, you all have a great day, you hear?