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Could the human body withstand superluminal speed?

Author : Vaman

Submitted : 2018-06-14 04:24:57    Popularity:     

Tags: body  human  withstand  speed  superluminal  

I know that the human body can only take so much acceleration (g-force) before being pulverized. But could humans survive faster-than-light speeds if the acceleration was tolerable?

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Apply the second law of Newton. If objects have constant velocities, then nothing will happen to them. You will be safe every where. You will not notice that speed when you are on those objects. If you try to jump out and try to another level moviing with slower speed then you will have the effect.Otherwise you are safe.

Speed is Relative----We could survive a ship ride that was accelerating at a constant 1 G quite easily---Indeed, it would give us a comfortable artificial gravity. In a few weeks, it would exceed Light speed relative to our starting point---and drop out of it's frame of reference, not to be seen again by the observers, as it would shorten more and more in length until it vanished. But it may be less than light speed to observers in other frames of reference. When we return to our origin, however, thousands of years may have passed, but we may be only a few months older.--------Suggesting that FTL travelers may be a cadre of Homeless Gypsies. Free to travel anywhere, but their home civilizations would be long gone.

Sure, you can get to the speed of light at whatever acceleration rate you like, just like with any other speed, and you can keep the acceleration at some level that's comfortable for humans. For example, you can get to 100 mph at an acceleration rate of 10 mph/s, or you can get to it at 20 mph/s, or whatever. You're still getting up to a maximum speed of 100 mph, just at a different rate.

If you keep your acceleration at around 10 m/s^2, that is about the same rate as the acceleration due to gravity on the Earth. Keeping at this steady acceleration rate, you will have a very comfortable ride, and this acceleration will also act as your onboard artificial gravity within the spaceship. At this moderate acceleration rate, you should reach the speed of light in about 354 days!

Now, you'll notice I said "you should reach the speed of light", right? You actually won't ever reach that speed. As you get closer and closer to the speed of light, a new effect starts to take hold, caused by the laws of Relativity. It's called "time dilation", and the rate of time starts to flow slower and slower. To somebody on board the spaceship, they'll never notice this effect, they think everything is going exactly as it has already been going. Acceleration rate still remain 10 m/s^2 for the people onboard. but to outside observers, it looks like their acceleration rate is slowing down. The reason it looks like it's slowing down is because time is slowing down for the whole spaceship, compared to outside observers. As you're getting closer and closer to this speed, the slowdown of time becomes even bigger! By the time you actually reach the speed of light, time will have stopped completely to zero! But you'll never quite reach the point where time movement is zero. Local time aboard the spaceship is still ticking the same way it has always done, and you still feel the same 10 m/s^2 acceleration rate.

The special theory of relativity implies that only particles with zero rest mass may travel at the speed of light, so our human bodies cannot withstand at 'c', where only a matrix of resonant points would exist.
Cherenkov radiation (blue glow): During nuclear reaction in power plants, the electrons created by the reaction inside of the core travel through the water faster than the light does in water.
The only viable way of breaking the light barrier may be through general relativity and the warping of space time. But, this has not been found in our universe and remains mere speculation.

We could travel at 90% the speed of light.
It is unknown what quantum mechanical effects will do at the macroscopic level.
superluminal speed isn't achievable without a warp drive and that's not happening in our generation.

It is not known how to accelerate to superluminal speeds as it breaks the currently-known rules of Physics.

Possibly a way would need to be found to encapsulate the human in stasis at Absolute Zero.

Nobody really knows what happens to matter larger than elementary particles at that speed.
When trains were coming into fashion people also thought that the humen body could not withstand speeds higher than 20 miles per.hour over a longer period of time. So in our lifetimes we'll not know. With tolerable acceleration it would also take a very long time to get to light speed. Also others factors need to be considered. E.g. the Doppler effect of light, the waverlength of the light of stars in front of you will be compressed to something like Gamma rays and you have to shield them. That's why Klingones have bone shields in theyr skulls ;-)

No, until we figure out something new, it's not possible for us to get anything to travel at the speed of light if it has more mass than a light photon.

No because all matter will break down at those speeds.

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