posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 10:14 PM
I'd guess that time still passes normally in your lightspeed spaceship. Like the air in your car is motionless even though the air outside is moving
(relatively) quite fast. The air is contained, just as time and light would be.
So if you're moving at the speed of light, the view behind you will freeze while the view in front of you will speed up. If you pass through an area
that explodes, whether or not you'd be harmed would depend on if the explosion was in your path; or if the explosion was not in your path but nearby
and happened with such force to exceed the speed of light, it could catch up to you.
If we had a fast enough spaceship and a big enough microscope, we could travel away from earth faster than lightspeed and see the earth running