posted on Aug, 7 2007 @ 07:48 PM
Ever think about it? It takes a certain amount of time for the light to travel to the mirror & back again. . . However minute, it still can be
I propose that if you could construct a device that could reflect light over huge mirrors at great distances, therefore equating to huge amounts of
time, then you should be able to stand in front of it-
Go live your life-
Get married & have children-
Then someday bring your grandchildren to a mirror that would produce the original image of yourself from decades before. . . Wouldn't that be the
If you could do that-
Then wouldn't it also be possible to construct a similar device that had the capability to send your present image accross a different path back to
the originating source, but utilizing a different mirror scheme that incorporated less mirrors located much closer together, exponentially decreasing
the distance, and therefore delivering your " image of the future ", to the past?
Wouldn't that be the coolest thing???
Is my model flawed? If so, Why? Thanx in advance for your input-
I put this in skunk works for a reason. . .
[edit on 7-8-2007 by 2PacSade]