posted on Apr, 14 2010 @ 01:13 PM
correct me if im wrong, ive never heard anything like this.
If an object travels near to the speed of light, time has accelerated dramatically for that object
If an object (impossible) can travel at a faster speed than that of the speed of light, does it not move backwards in time? are we listening to a
signal travelling backwards in time?, does this mean the signal need's to be played in reverse to hear it properly?
I can understand something travelling at twice the speed of light, i.e., if an object is travelling at the speed of light but is giving of light
itself, the light will also travel in the same direction at the speed of light regardsless of how fast the object is travelling, so it's travelling
at twice the speed, this seem's to be the absolute limit.
but 4x the speed of light? sound's like something either going backwards in time, or perhaps a wormhold through space, or perhaps an alien craft from
12 million light years away travelling backwards in time, or using a wormhole to get from one point in space to another?
crazy # though, i want a copy of this signal.