posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 09:13 AM
reply to post by True-seer
Well let's just say this, if you were moving at 4X lightspeed, then time for would be going normally. But for everything around you it would speed
and perceptually move in very fast motion. So yes your right, but also we don't exactly know what would happen because relativity states nothing can
move faster than light, apart from certain theories of special relativity that are not proven but only hypothetical:
Makes for some interesting reading.
My own theory is that time may reverse when exceeding lightspeed, but this is not met well by many physicists. Although my point is that if time stops
for photon's at light speed then logically it may begin to reverse when lightspeed is exceeded. What else could happen?
This may blow your mind if you don't already know but a photon or light particle has not aged since the day it left it's source. Whether it be 1
year or 15 billion years, it has not ages as we perceive to age. It's velocity is so fast that time has stopped. Without this phenomena we would not
have endless light.
So as above if light stops ageing at lightspeed what would happen at 4x lightspeed.
Although this is against the so called laws of relativity, as if we attempted to travel that fast with some sort of intertial support our mass would
increase massively, which is also why the energy requirment increases as we accelerate.
It's a paradox wrapped in mind bender locked by a puzzle lol. We got a long way to go peoples.
If anyone wants to enlighten themselves in physics, here's a good place to start: