If relativity theory is correct, no object can travel forward in time at a speed greater than the speed of light. Ye...

Ashley-Tien on July 2, 2018


Is this the correct way to think about the stimulus? There is a premise stating a general rule and another with an exception to that general rule. The conclusion is that if the general rule is correct, either the exception is wrong or correct in another way (tachyons travel backward in time)

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Mehran on July 3, 2018

Hi @Ashley-Tien, thanks for your post. Yes, that's a good snapshot of the stimulus (although I might say that the second premise presents a "hypothetical/possible exception" to the general rule).

Nice work.