There was a young lady named Bright

Who traveled much faster than light

She departed one day

In a relative way

And returned on the previous night

I found this in Conceptual Physics by Paul G. Hewitt. (◠‿◠)

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TopNewestIt's true. Tachyonic young ladies like Bright could deliver messages for me to people in the past. As noted by luminaries such as Einstein himself. But, alas, experimenters have yet to find this lady.

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Good One :-)

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Pretty funny.

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I have that book by Paul G. Hewitt. But is is only conceptual and doesn't have any mathematical approaches.

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I think it helps you to get a good understanding. Small kids, for example, can't always understand the maths.

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haha...At least there IS someone who can prove Einstein wrong...lol...

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