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Originally posted by craig732
Originally posted by gimme_some_truth
We cannot because the faster an object moves, the more massive it becomes and the more massive it becomes the more energy is required for it to build speed. Simply put, collecting enough energy to go the speed of light is just out of the question.
I always wondered about this... if your statement is true, then why can't we see photons? They travel at the speed of light.
Originally posted by Angelsoftheapocalypse
reply to post by thefreepatriot
i have to ask though, did they only see the effects of time in less gravity only on clocks, or was there any aging aspects? say plants, animals, ect? if it were only clocks they saw, then its possible that gravity had no effect on time itself, but only on the clock...
Originally posted by DarrylGalasso
Had you said something along the lines of an adrenaline induced psychological interpretation on the individual perspective of time, I may tend to agree with that.
[edit on 8/8/2009 by DarrylGalasso]
Originally posted by ROBL240
Ive always wondered about the danger of going BACK into time. Would the "craft" or materials utilised to get there still theoretically be in existance as they havent yet been invented yet. It'd be the same as a undiscovered Metal from 1000 years just suddenly appearing on Earth this very second, even though its not been found yet.