and therefore false. As you accelerate your spaceship towards light speed it gets harder and harder to accelerate further they say. This is false.
- Your mass rises as you approach light speed, it is claimed. Well maybe. But that means the mass of your propellant rises as well and compensates for it, so there is no obstacle to further acceleration.
- Time delation sets in and makes you and your spaceship operate slower and slower, they say. But, how is this possible? There is no absolute reference frame, they say. So what judge determines that you are moving at all? Or, that I am not moving close to light speed while sitting in my bed? Given that I am always tired when waking up this appears likely to me. Also, it’s very hard to move ANY part of my body after waking up; indicating that I have an enormous mass at that moment.
It is all a fantasy. All the theoretical physicists following this bullshit have wasted their lifes and should better have become investment strategy programmers.