Shadows don't move, only the edges of shadows do. amirite?

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With a sufficiently bright star, enough distance, and a wide enough backdrop, the shadow of an object can move faster than light.

It's not useful, because that doesn't actually break relativity, but it's cool. And that's what matters.

There's no such thing as a shadow. There aren't even any "things". Think about it.

Ask Plato if you want to get into his cave as he will show you something about shadows.

Shadows don't move at all, edge or not. The thing casting them does.

@potatobunny Ah yes, such as buildings and trees and such

Yes, buildings and trees move. So do light sources. Not sure what you're trying to say here.

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