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February 26, 2020

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Of course you can travel faster than light! Just not in a vaccuum.
Where else do you think Cherenkov's Radiation comes from ?

Stu--Good point. I think that most of us mentally add "in a vacuum" when we hear that "nothing can travel faster than the speed of light". Don't you? Well...obviously not or you wouldn't have commented. As you well know, but someone else may not, Cherenkov's radiation does not occur in a vacuum. (͠≖ ͜>͠≖)

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