WHY CAN ANY PARTICLE CROSS THE SPEED OF LIGHT?
WHY SHOULD THE OBJECT BECOME SLOW?
WHAT IS THE IMMEDIATE CAUSE OF TIME DILATION?
Asked by MANOJ | 17th May, 2014, 09:04: PM
1) Speed of light is the limit of speed up to which any object can travel. There is a concpet in relativity which connects mass and speed of a particle. According to the theory any object travelling at speed of light will have infinite mass which is not possible. Also according to Einstein's mass energy equivalence (E = mc2), infinite mass will have infinite energy associated with it which is again not possible. Hence, any particle cannot cross the speed of light.
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3) The immediate cause of time dilation will be that every event will appear to take place at a much slower rate than it actually occurs.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 27th May, 2014, 10:33: AM
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