You might want to, uh, look up how to spell 'annals' before you try to use it in a sentence again, sir. ¬.¬
Don't get annal retentive with me my good man!
In all seriousness there are assumptions I can make, and I do, and that's all they are. The first being that moving something to the speed of light with mass is not possible as long a there's an outside force acting upon it. As something moves faster and faster and apraoches the speed of light it expands, and the energy it takes to push farther towards the speed of light increases (by some number I'm sure is known, but is unknown to me)
The thing is I have no way of knowing if sub-atomic particles react the same, and I still truly believe it's possible. If for no other reason than my statement earlier, I have to know if the universe expands faster than the speed of light!
TL:DR - I'm not qualified to speak on such matter with people who take such things too seriously, I still think it's possible. Either by creating a space in which friction, and/or all other outside influences are negated (sub-space, black holes...) or by speeding something up in space which is not yet created (by being expanded into, assuming space expands father than light)
It's more philosophical to me than scientific. It's still fun though.