Earlier I posted about my theory for travel faster than light. Well I've been in contact with Nobel Prize for Physics laurate Prof. Frank Wilczek from the MIT Center for Theoretical Physics. He was able to take a look at my formulas, and he replied with this:

The problem is that the energy of a free particle with mass $m$ is given by $$ E , = , frac{mc^2}{sqrt {1 - v^2/c^2}} $$ This goes to positive infinity as $v rightarrow c$, no matter how small $m$ is. So you'd have to do something more radical than shedding mass to get to $c$.