#1
So help me out.

If a car was traveling a little faster than the speed of light, would the headlights be shining? Would the lights that are traveling over speed of light be going as fast as the car PLUS the speed of light, or just the speed of light and not fast enough to keep up with the car?

I know cars don't go the speed of light so just pretend..
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#6
Let's all freak out and report this because it already exists.

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#7
Your wrong the car would simply explode.
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#9
okay okay give me a break, my friend asked me at school. i haven't been on UG in a week so chill out.
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#10
its kinda like the airplane breaking the sound barrier thing.. You see the plane before you hear it because its going faster than sound.
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