Originally Posted by Steve Jordan
True, but the "speed limit" of light, while varying depending on the region in the universe, is still considered inviolable by moving objects within that region. In other words, wherever you are, the limit is the limit, and you won't pass it. (I really need Stephen Hawking now!)
Steve there is no such thing as a "speed limit" based on the speed of light, where nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. There is scientific proof that objects can travel faster than the speed of light.
What you call a speed limit is really more of an asymptote, where objects with mass cannot cross the speed of light, however they can exist below and above the speed.