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posted on Sep 15, 2010, 10 pm

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KyledKat, Sep 15, 2010, 10 pm

Because of software limitations? :0

GabrielsThoughts, Sep 15, 2010, 11 pm

good answer ]=

FirstOrLast, Sep 15, 2010, 11 pm

Speed wise, no.
If we travel somewhere near the speed of light, time starts to slow down for us. If we reach the exact point of it, time stops.
Sucks, huh?

H0lyhandgrenade, Sep 16, 2010, 01 am

I wonder how Question Duck would react if someone told him the answer to one of his questions... thank them, implode or just give them the deadpan expression they wear when he asks them.

PrincessMandy, Sep 16, 2010, 01 am

@HOlyhandgrenade: Definitely the deadpan expression.

Akiaa, Sep 16, 2010, 03 am

i'm sure duck knows answers to all it's questions
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Profanity00, Sep 16, 2010, 03 am

Def what H0lyhandgrenade said. Deadpan expression.

Fu!, Sep 16, 2010, 07 am

I think he'd just ask another one. If you answered that one, he'd ask another. This would go on and on, because I don't believe he is seeking answers when he asks them. He is just asking questions.

remington, Sep 16, 2010, 07 am

He would probably just ask "Why?"

BAM!, Sep 16, 2010, 10 am

Man im jealous, your artistry is win

Floo Phantom, Sep 16, 2010, 04 pm

Because we can't.

pwii, Sep 16, 2010, 05 pm

Because in order to travel that fast, it has to be a wave-particle.

sbdrag, Sep 23, 2010, 08 pm

einstein.

(actually, i know it wasn't but for my physics test the general consensus was when in doubt, guess einstein)

Spork (Guest), Sep 26, 2010, 01 am

From what I have heard, the molecular bonds that keep us carbon based life forms together do not hold up at light speed, or faster-than-light speeds, and we'd just kind of disintegrate.

just me (Guest), Nov 12, 2011, 09 pm

something has to be the fastest thing ever, if you think about it. it just happens to be light.

Doitean, Jul 14, 2012, 01 am

Because E = mc^2.
Essentially, as we approach the speed of light, our mass increases exponentially, requiring an exponentially larger supply of energy. To go faster than light would require infinite amounts of energy.
(The only reason light can travel so fast is that it has no mass.)

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