Around 27 months ago, I wrote an article of "Analysis and
Design Open Systems with Forced Harmonic Motion" posted on link: http://emfps.blogspot.com/2014/02/analysis-and-design-open-oscillatory.html

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According to
the conclusion of above article and using of Newtonian mechanics, it can be proved that there is some systems with velocity
more than the speed of light.

Let me tell you another example about the kinetic theory of gases.

In the reference with below links, Physicists at
CERN generated ions with temperatures of more than 1.6 trillion degrees Celsius.
At the Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, have
set a new record for the highest temperature ever measured: 4 trillion degrees
Celsius.

Assume,
we have a 0.500 mole sample of hydrogen gas at 1.6 - 4
trillion degrees Celsius.

By
using of Maxwell–Boltzmann speed distribution
function, we can calculate number of molecules with velocity between 300000
km/s to 400000 km/s at 1.6 trillion degrees Celsius which is equal 1.01326*10^21. It means that about 0.34 % of total
molecules of hydrogen have velocity more than 300000 km/s. At 4 trillion
degrees Celsius, number of molecules which have
velocity between 300000 km/s to 700000 km/s, is equal 4.23143*10^22. It means
that about 14.05% of total molecules of hydrogen have velocity more than 300000
km/s.

In record of CERN, it has been stated: "… ions together at
close to the speed of light…"

The question
is: Had all (100%) ions the velocity close to the speed of light?

Therefore, we
have only two alternatives:

1. If the
answer to above question is positive, then all reference books should apply the
limited velocity of 300000 km/s for Maxwell–Boltzmann speed distribution function.

2. If the
answer to above question is negative, then we can use from special theory of relativity only as a simulation model in which
limited speed of light is an assumption of this model.

Of course, previous experiments showed
that Newtonian mechanics is contrary to modern experimental results and is
clearly a limited theory in which velocity of the particles in the Universe
always remains less than the speed of light.

But, here there is a strange case
and the interesting point. Because this temperature which has been generated by
Physicists at
CERN (1.6 trillion degrees Celsius), is approximately the boundary between
using of the Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution and
Maxwell–Jüttner
distribution.
It means that all particles (100%) in temperature less than 1.6 trillion degrees Celsius have velocity
between 0 to less than 300000 km/s and we can still use from Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution instead of Maxwell–Jüttner
distribution.