posted on May, 17 2010 @ 04:49 AM
This may seem like something out of a science fiction movie, but please allow me to continue. I'm not going to use claims of "meditation" "chi"
"psychics" or etc. to illustrate my theory just basic math. Seeing into the past is not at all impossible whatsoever. In fact it is technically,
physically, and mathematically a reality.
Every night when we look at the stars in the sky, most of us stand in "awe," and with very good reason. Depending on the light pollution where
you're located, you can see countless amounts of stars in the sky. When you sit and critically think about the physics of the universe, there is
nothing you can do but to be in "awe," or you theorize in your own perspective about things. Mathematically speaking, intelligent life, let alone
life in general, exists else where in the universe. Despite the fact, if "THEY" have been here is open for other discussions held everyday, here and
Well, I kind of rambled so allow me to get to my point. I'm going to use basic laws of science and math to illustrate my point.
When you look at the stars, the light you see isn't being emitted at that moment. The light you see was emitted billions if not trillions of years
ago, depending on how far away they are. The closer the star, the brighter it is (as all of us know.) Even the suns light takes under 9 minutes reach
the Earth. The photons of the stars have just traveled here to the now for our perspective to perceive. The reason why that the light is able to make
it here is because "space" has an absence of light and gravity.
"You see there are billions of stars in the sky, but when the sun appears none are visible to the eye. Why?" - KRS ONE
The beauty of photons is that photons don't fade off, they keep going and going and going. Light just seems dimmer as it goes away, due to
perspective. Energy Can't Be Created or Destroyed (Law of Conservation of Energy.) Sir Isaac Newton's 1st Law of Motion (Law of Inertia) states that
an object at rest stays at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. An object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and same
direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
The reason why that the lights in your house can't be seen individually from the other part of your city or town is because there are other lights
around to dim them out. But if the fluorescent lights in a class room are the only lights around and all other lights were off, then those specific
lights would be seen from miles and miles away (you get my point.)
So to the point of everything...
Say we wanted to check the accuracy of the New Testament (just using so as an example) about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. We would need to use
some basic physics and math for the first part. I'll use Wikipedia for the dates of Christ since, the years or his existence have been questioned.
(that subject isn't for debate here)
Jesus was born around 7bc - 2bc and died around 26ad-36ad.
The current year is 2010ad.
The Speed of Light is 299, 792, 458 meters / second. (denoted as c).
The distance that light travels in a year is a Light Year. (denoted as ly).
A Light Year is 9.4605284 x 10^15 meters / year, or 9,454,254,955,488,000 meters / year.
Now to do the math:
2010 - 35 = 1975
1975ly = 18,672,153,537,088,800,00 meters
or 18,672,153,537,088,800 kilometers
So if we wanted to watch the crucifixion of Jesus we would need to send a satellite / telescope 18,672,153,537,088,800 kilometers away from Earth and
look at Earth as in the Hubble Telescope does for other stars. Give or take the time it takes to get there as a factor.
py = Present Year ey= Year of Event
(py - ey)ly = Distance Required to View the Past.
*Note: The time it takes for the satellite / telescope to travel through space to get to that point is a factor that depends on the speed of the
traveling technology to get there. So that must be added to the py so you can get to where you want your perspective to be.
How can we get the telescope there? Hermann Weyl's wormhole theory? Take Equivalent antimatter and matter and harness the energy? I don't know, all
I'm saying is that it is possible to look back in time.
Please note that the technology for this to be a possible doesn't exist yet. How would we get it there? We would need sevenfold of generations to
partake in it. For nothing in the "visible" spectrum can't travel faster than the speed of light. However technology is developing faster and
faster as we speak and think. Remember back in 1973 when Dr. Martin Cooper created the Motorola DynaTAC handheld wireless cellular phone which weighed
1000 grams. Now 34 years later Apple came out with the iPhone which has a color touch screen and weighs just 136.08 grams and can get on the internet
and do much more. (You get the point)
So who is to say that in the future, possible in our life time, that we might be able to Look Into The Past, not travel through, but Look Through
It's All About Perspective,
[edit to ad: or we can hit record and just record as the satellite gets farther away.]
[edit on 17-5-2010 by elfulanozutan0]