you did, quite implicit, but you did.

Incorrect. You think I did, but I did not.

As for your reiterated beliefs about relativity and mass, I'll let you find your own mistake.

In your model, why is it impossible to accelerate beyond the speed of light? You yourself said F = M * A, and dV = AT.

Combining and solving for V, and substituting in the speed of light C, we have:

C = (F * T) / M

My question to you is, then, why on earth can't we go faster than the speed of light? If mass is constant and absolute, all we would need is a constant, finite force, and enough time. But you clearly seem to think travel at the speed of light is impossible.

Why?

The answer is that the only way for lightspeed travel to be impossible is if mass increases energy, and energy increases with velocity. After all, you said it yourself; E = MC^2, and since C is constant, if E increases, so much M.

mass is absolute, according to the general theory of gravity, which declares mass and gravity as a property of spacetime.

I'm not as versed on GR as some people on this board, but I'm quite sure it says nothing about mass being absolute. In fact, I'm quite certain - as it is the theory of general

*relativity* - it claims

nothing is absolute, excepting the speed of light.

Furthermore, I believe it was Einstein himself who first proposed the following equation:

M = M(rest)

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[ 1 - Vx^2 ]^2

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[ C^2 ]