Explore three things that seem to be faster than the speed of light, in this episode of What the Physics?! from NOVA. According to Einstein, no matter or information can travel faster than the speed of light. However, at first glance, distant galaxies, clever paper slicing, and quantum-entangled particles all seem to exceed the speed of light. Do these examples disprove the fundamental notion of a cosmic speed limit? This resource is part of the NOVA: What the Physics?! Collection.
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