Can Objects That Have No Weight Go Faster Then The Speed Of Light?
- Vincent GLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Asked as you did, your question is meaningless.
Objects do not have weight, objects have mass. Weight is what you get when an object with mass is subjected to gravity. If you were in deep space, far away from any celestial body, an object with mass would not have any weight, except due to the gravity it itself generates.
Massless particles are bosons, one of which is the photon (light). By definition, they travel exactly at the speed of light.
All other particles travel slower.
- Gary HLv 79 years ago
No. Things that have no weight are mostly things with mass that are not on a planet where the gravitational force will cause a mass to have weight.