LIBERATOR; "has NASA achieved speed of light?"
>I say yes. They have achieved using speed of light for spacecraft.
>And sure as hell they're not going to let us know they did.
>What do you say Brad Guth?
I'd say that's a bit of a loaded question, and of the sorts I'm not
sufficiently qualified to answer beyond by best SWAG.
I think that 'c' and even FTLS is technically doable for photons,
though for physical matter of any form suitable for us humans or even
via micro robotics is asking for a serious butt load of trouble in
River City, that is unless physical matter becomes quantum string or 2D
photon like. It's that third dimension that represents a real killer.
Without one hell of an artificial magnetosphere plus one heck of an
impressive physical shield, even 10% 'c' can be somewhat lethal to life
as we know it.