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What happens if I throw Hendrik at the speed of light towards a window?
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As a particle with mass approaches the speed of light, its energy increases and becomes infinite at the speed of light, which is the reason why it can never be accelerated to reach that speed. A moving object measures shorter in its direction of motion as its velocity increases until, at the speed of light, it disappears.
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