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  1. Are Tachyon Causal Paradoxes Solved?Réjean Girard & Louis Marchildon - 1984 - Foundations of Physics 14 (6):535-548.
    Tolman's paradox arises in Lorentz-invariant theories of superluminal particles. In this paper we first try to clarify the nature of the paradox and what it means to solve it. We then analyze the various attempts made to either solve or eliminate it. We show that general consequences can be drawn which hold in essentially all paradox-free schemes proposed so far.
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  • Is Superluminal Travel a Theoretical Possibility?N. T. Bishop - 1984 - Foundations of Physics 14 (4):333-340.
    The theory of relativity forbids the superluminal travel of ordinary matter. However, it is possible to amend the theory of relativity and to develop a theory permitting superluminal travel. The acceptability of the features needed for superluminal travel is discussed.
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