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Thomas Bridge

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If objects like an electron move at the speed of light, then would space contract to 0 and time would be no more? Is this nonlocal?

Does an electron have mass or is it a wave length of light that defines its energy?
If it has mass can it reach the speed of light?

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    Jul 4 2012: No as per by Einstein no particle can attain the speed of light or more than that. I too want to know the same thing. But I'm quite sure that electron can't get to the speed of light.

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