If I could snap my finger and be anywhere in the known universe in half a second. What is the maximum speed that I could attain in mph?
- oubaasLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
The observable universe is approximately 5.4*10^23 miles in diameter.
Crossing the whole universe , by stretching its own diameter in just half a second, requires a speed close to 10^24 mph
- jeffdanielkLv 41 month ago
This question is not well defined. Half a second relative to what frame of reference? Earth's frame? Your frame? The distant places frame? Also, since we are discussing a faster than light speed, there is no way make the question well defined. Faster than light is impossible. It causes problems when you try to actually deal with it.
- 1 month ago
The universe has no finite dimensions therefore the speed of going from infinity to infinity has no meaning.
As for work, Ill show you mine if you will show me yours.