posted on Jun, 4 2010 @ 10:49 PM
Time doesn't work that way.
Time is not this mystical river that applies itself to us and we age and things happen.
Time is a measurement of change. That is to say, that what we recognize as time is actually just a property of matter existing; flourishing, changing
and going through different phases.
To freeze time would suggest a prevention in change. Which would basically be just that, removing all energy from matter until it is entirely stagnant
and cannot exhibit change.
One theory I thought about, which is more of a thought experiment than anything rational, is that it would be interesting if you could perform actions
so fast that they could occur prior to their initial movement.
But, from what I can tell, this would probably only work from outside time constraints.
You would have to exist in a timeless plane, looking into a world that operates on those terms.
But this would also rely on time actually being linear, and not just being linear in our minds because it is the way we perceive it.
Because it would seem to me that existence is constantly shifting. And that traveling through time would be more of a plane shifting exercise. In
which you would move to a reality where the configurations of the universe match your data.
[edit on 4-6-2010 by SentientBeyondDesign]