posted on Jul, 1 2003 @ 08:47 PM
That's right. Thanks for the correction. I forgot they said it could have been corrected before take off. But still, it's not an exact science,
and I would think that if we could make light speed obsolete, something like launching a space shuttle, having it perform a mission and landing should
be able to be performed with our eyes closed. I would think this would have to be an exact science in order to move on. Unless the whole light speed
thing is obsoleted by just simply teleporting from point a(Earth) to point b(I don't know, Jupiter)...But still Light Speed would have to be mastered
at that point, would it not? I don't have a degree in quantum physics or anything like that so I could be way off base, but that is my thinking on
the light speed issue....
Time travel...If you are in the present(has been written) and you go back to the past(has been written), even if you stay there, you are going to
screw up the future(present) somehow. Because if you take the knowledge of today and feed it to the right people of the past, you change the future.
It doesn't matter that you stayed there, you changed the future(present) by staying in the past as well. So the only benefit to travelling to the
past, changing something and then travelling to the present is to see the change(and live it). Unless you are saying that by going to the past and
changing something, you are rewriting time, thus erasing the current present and rewriting the current present, therefore, going to the future if you
are in the past is made impossible because it has been erased and not rewritten yet.