Explanation of How the Speed of Light May be Exceeded without Violating the Requirement of Infinite Energy

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Scientific Paper
Title Explanation of How the Speed of Light May be Exceeded without Violating the Requirement of Infinite Energy
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Author(s) Jan Olof Jonson
Keywords Special Relativity Theory, Lorentz transformation for velocities larger than the speed of light, exceeding the speed of light possible, Uncertainty Relation
Published 2016
No. of pages 1

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Abstract

The paper proposes an explanation to the problem of exceeding the speed of light, discussed in a paper by
Hill and Cox, who have made an extensive calculation of how the Lorentz transformation might be applicable to
velocities larger than the speed of light, provided it would be possible. The solution focuses on the fact that when
a moving body, due to the Lorentz transformation, becomes increasingly smaller, the Uncertainiy Principle may
be applicable, causing thus velocities larger than speed of light to appear.

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