Suppose you are driving on a motorway and suddenly a small stone flies and hits your windscreen, breaking your windscreen even though the car is traveling at a maximum speed of 120 km/h.
Now suppose you are traveling in a plane with a speed of 800 kmph and a bird hits it.
Ships are built in such a way that they can land safely due to the fear of damage in such a situation, but still such incidents cause significant damage to the ship.
Now suppose you are traveling at a speed of 30,000 kilometers per hour, which is just a few percent of the speed of light, i.e. 300,000 kilometers per second, and suddenly someone collides with you on just one, then you can guess that your What will happen?
The fastest speed record so far was that of Apollo 10, which came to earth in a rocket at a speed of about 40 thousand kilometers per hour.
NASA makes every effort to ensure that no birds crash near its rocket launch sites.
Now suppose you are traveling in a spaceship at half the speed of light. So what will happen? Your cards will be blown away.
Atomic particles in space will penetrate your spaceship, emit radiation and heat the spaceship to the point where you and the spaceship will both melt.
Therefore, if you travel even at half the speed of light, it will be your journey to the hereafter.