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Albert Einstein established a special theory of relativity, that photons make up light, thus forming the basis of light speed physics as it is known today.

Photons travel at a speed of 300,000 km/s, and this surmises his theory that nothing can ever travel faster than this.

However, this submission hasn’t stopped scientists from doing further research asking questions such as, “What if Photons can go faster than this?” what if there are particles that can travel faster than photons? Physics has a term for the particle that travels faster than Photons, known as Tachyons.

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As time went on, 1967 to be precise, a physicist from Rockefeller University proposed that certain cosmic processes that transpired during the big bang can travel faster than the speed of light. 

This theory inspired the next generation of scientists, and in 1992, German physicist, Gunter Nimtz sent electron data in the form of Mozart symphony number 40 encoding the music into micro wavelength and channel them into a tunneling device, the result,  electrons travelled at 4.7 times the speed of light.

Thus began several theories of relativity and the speed of light, all pointing to the fact that Tachyons are real and that there are indeed particles that can travel faster than the speed of light. 

These theories inspired the faster than light laser technology behind Qi life gem laser systems; putting the quantum tunneling effect into practice, our laser channel photons through a selection of precious gemstones.

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