nope because at that point physical observations (at least from your perception or very well anyone else) are no longer applicable because as long as you are in that speed you might as well exist only as spectral energy which is still implying that there is even a you at all.. theoretic would even be impossible at this point because your mind would no longer exist to ask such a question.
it would be like asking what was before that universe which i also impossible because at the point science no longer exists and no observational data could ever be obtained.
hypothetically. if you were standing looking at the car. you could see the lights. but if you were in the car driving. you wouldnt be able to see anything because it would be at the same position as the bulb.
What happens if you are in a car going the speed of light and you turn the headlights on?
For someone with the Name MC2 with the claim of being a genius you lack even basic knowledge into the basic theory of relativity.
According to Einstein speed of light is constant for any inertial observer, This means that if you are traveling the speed of light then turn on your headlights , the beams of light would continue to be in front of you, no different then at 65mph.
If an outside observer is viewing your car traveling at the speed of light and you turn on your headlights, the same effect , if they could see the vehicle clearly (hypothetically) then they would see the lights in front of you, no different then if your passing them at 65mpgh.
Hope that answers your silly spam question, and , in no way is this question even half "Official MPGH"
Last edited by NextGen1; 03-20-2012 at 10:21 AM.
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Nothing. Traveling at that speed in a vehicle would rip the car apart, only photons can achieve the speed of light.
In hypothetical terms, if you are going as fast as the speed of light, and you have a way to turn a light "on", wherever in spacial measurement that light is, is how far away it is from you. Light always travels at the same speed, the distance between different sources of light tell you where it will be. Light is only amass of protons.