And that, folks, is crackpottery in full action. V = v/(sqrt(1  v^2/c^2), V Newtonian, hence unlimited. Let's try it. Let V =2c, c = 1. 2 = v/sqrt(1 v^2) given. 4 = v^2 / (1v^2) (squaring) v^2 = 44v^2 (multiply by 1v^2 ) 0 = 4  4v^2  v^2 (subtract v^2) = 4v^2(41) = 4 3v^2 3v^2 = 4 v^2 = 1.33 v = sqrt(1.33) = 1.155 > 1. 

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