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    My first post was very misdirected.Is there a possibility that a negative magnet can increase a negative projectile's velocity if it increased the negative pole's magnitude along a linear based system to where the negative polor fields increased in sectional placements?


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    I have an idea that might open up a whole new concept of light-speed. We will never reach light speed with the machanics we currently have due to the fact of friction..and density of our metal's


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    If we could increase a negative projectiles velocity with magnetics there would be no end to the velocity it would reach in zero gravity..I need to know will the velocity increase with higher magnetic polor fields
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    example 1: Place a round negative polor magnet into a hollowed out circular tube that is on a negative magnetic polor track and give me a responce to the out come.
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    Feed back plz
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    I hate to disappoint you, but no device you can suggest, magnetic or otherwise, will be able to accelerate anything with non-vanishing rest mass to the speed of light. It violates first relativistic principles.
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    Are you thinking of something like this: Linear motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (see the monorail section, for example) using charge as well as magnets?

    What you suggest also seems similar to the basic idea behind particle accelerators, such as the LHC, which can accelerate charged particles (typically protons) to near light speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Are you thinking of something like this: Linear motor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (see the monorail section, for example) using charge as well as magnets?

    What you suggest also seems similar to the basic idea behind particle accelerators, such as the LHC, which can accelerate charged particles (typically protons) to near light speed.

    Exactly. And this is why I then asked the same question posted in a different thread, "what's your budget, and do you have a working G.U.T".

    Not sure why I didn't get a response?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Hanke View Post
    I hate to disappoint you, but no device you can suggest, magnetic or otherwise, will be able to accelerate anything with non-vanishing rest mass to the speed of light. It violates first relativistic principles.
    Non-Vanishing Rest Mass?Information on that please!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Markus Hanke View Post
    I hate to disappoint you, but no device you can suggest, magnetic or otherwise, will be able to accelerate anything with non-vanishing rest mass to the speed of light. It violates first relativistic principles.
    Non-Vanishing Rest Mass?Information on that please!
    In simple terms, this means that anything that has mass cannot be accelerated to the speed of light, because that would require an infinite amount of energy. In turn, anything that doesn't have mass ( e.g. a photon ) always moves at the speed of light and cannot be slowed down.
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    Ok..Ic...thx!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan View Post
    Ok..Ic...thx!
    No problem...in essence, there is nothing wrong with the apparatus you proposed in the OP, I am sure it would work just fine. It is just that you are not going to achieve unlimited speeds because of the relativistic laws explained in the last few posts.
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