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What would be measured, under current technology, of a particle moving faster than light? (Somewhat duplicate)

Sorry, since the question has been posed, but I insist that others posed not from this position. Can any listener deduce whether we could measure, by analyzing electromagnetic disturbance, a ...
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Isn't the front edge of a wave, kind of “information” which travels faster than light?

Considering the definition of phase and group velocities, We know group velocity can't exceed C but phase velocity can be infinitely high. Assume a monochromatic electromagnetic wave traveling with a ...
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Wavefronts and phase velocity faster than $c$

Lets assume we have parallel wavefronts in a glass of water: and we put an inclined rod on the water surface: related to a very small inclining, Vy velocity is greater or much greater then Vx ...
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Controllable faster-than-light phase velocity

This is not another question about faster-than-light travel or superluminal communication. I totally appreciate the speed limit capped by physical laws (or theories.) Just curious, since there is no ...
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Heim Theory and FTL [closed]

Years ago there was some hype around a theory that would supposedly allow for FTL. But I have since heard nothing of this. Is anything happening with the theory? How would a magnetic field allow us ...