Hank Curci: Whizzing Off Into Outer Space Adventure At The Speed Of Light.

Visiting Exotic Outer Space Worlds

Hank Curci’s Thrilling Intergalactic Adventure To The Future..







It is great fun to immerse ourselves in the scientific fantasy of whizzing off into outer space at many times the speed of light, visiting exotic worlds and the like.

Unfortunately, as far as we can tell, it is a fantasy simply because, as Albert Einstein and others have shown, objects cannot travel faster than the speed of light (186,000 miles per second or around the world seven times in one second..one click of the mouse.. speeds incomprehensible to the human mind  ).

The reason is as an object goes faster and faster, its mass increases; and as the object approaches the speed of light, its mass becomes infinite, thus requiring an infinite force to accelerate an infinite mass.

However, there may be hope.

Some scientists believe there is a particle called a TACHYON (which means “swift” in Greek) that can travel faster than light and cannot be slowed down.

If so, we could send messaging telemetry to other parts of the galaxy in days rather than thousands of years, and see if there really are little green people out there.

So far, however, we have not found the elusive TACHYON.

Children’s Star Cluster Coloring Book:





One Response to “Hank Curci: Whizzing Off Into Outer Space Adventure At The Speed Of Light.”

  1. hcurci Says:

    Reblogged this on Spacenoodles and commented:

    Visiting Exotic Worlds
    Hank Curci’s Thrilling Adventure To The Future..


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