not quite MM, I had long discussions about that when I was a student of physics with my professors.

We came to the conclusion that while c is disallowed speeds over c are not (at least in theory).

While some formulae will have to be expanded outside the realm of real numbers, that causes no theoretical problems.

Given the nature of nature it's even quite possible that what we now know of physics is flawed, and matter and energy start behaving quite differently as speeds approach c from what we've observed so far on the subatomic particle scale, and might even behave quite differently at speeds in excess of c, voiding our known formulae which are all callibrated for speeds that are a mere fraction of a percent of c.

It just makes things VERY weird at speeds in excess of c, but that's to be expected :)

Ender, I've no idea how to achieve that skip. We're talking about pure theory here, it may be practically or even theoretically impossible for anything in one realm to reach the other but that does not mean the other realm does not exist.