posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 04:28 AM
Time Travel is impossible, Time is merely your own perception of the energy around you, aka your own interpretation..... Einstein was wrong about
e=mc2 and yes, you can travel faster than light, there is no limitation to anything except your physical body. To think that one man, who's life was
in the mere beginning of cutting edge technology and knowledge, was capable of understanding all of the factors involved in physics, is to be naive.
He barely even scratched the surface of what is and what can be, and thus jumped to conclusions based on experimentation and calculation limited to
the perspective built by human based civilization.
Stop falling for myths and bogus ideas claiming time travel is possible(yes I love the Terminator movies but they are oh so flawed in their writing,
but good fun nonetheless!), or that our government has been doing time travel or that wormholes have anything to do with time itself. Time is nothing
more than your own minds perception of the matter around you based on your own interpretation of data received via sensory input.
Time can be slower or faster based on many factors, whether it be size of the interpreter or the minds ability to calculate/compute the sensory input
it receives. But perceiving time as faster or slower than another persons perception is in no way time travel. Nor can you "rewind" or "travel
back in time", particles can only exist in two places at one given time, thus teleportation is possible, but even via teleportation you are not time
Matter can not exist in every single formation/location that it has ever possibly been in throughout the past and the future. Matter isn't some
movie you can pause or rewind. Can you fast forward or slow down your interpretation of time? Well that's possible and happens to you every single
day. Why? Because time isn't planar. Only our perception of time can be warped... When you come face to face with an immediate and deadly
threat(whether it be a man with a gun or a lion), adrenaline can have a major affect on your perception of time. Some say time slows down in a life
or death situation, but after they are safe they say that it all happend so fast.... I can't say it enough: Time is your perception of your sensory
inputs, aka the light you see, the things you touch, the things you smell, the things you hear, and the things you can calculate based on all those
What is the future? Well its merely our guess about what the state of a specified matter/environment/action/conclusion etc will be based on
experience or belief. Can you travel forward in time? Well duh we do it non-stop. But can you travel a thousand years forward in time? Well sure,
if you actually could slow down or stop your body's eventually aging and live long enough, while at the same time being in a state whereas your mind
does not calculate anything at all, you in turn would wake up a thousand years later and have no recollection of the past thousand years because your
brain never calculated or stored and of the sensory data during that time, thus you'd feel as if you went to sleep and woke up a thousand years
But WAIT! That's actually not "Time Travel" but rather you modifying your perception of time. Every single being that is capable of interpreting
the environment around it has its own perception of time, and each interpretation of time can be completely different from all others in terms of the
speed it is perceived. But every single perception of time is literally being perceived at the same time, despite being interpreted at different
speeds. Time is a constant. It's interpretation is based on the eye of the beholder.
Sure, we can "look" into the past and see super-nova's exploding and stars that have already exploded but their light has not yet reached us thus
we still see it as it was before its explosion. But that's data being received after the fact that the matter itself has actually changed, its
merely our perception of that data being received that gives us the idea that we're "looking into the past", but the fact remains that we can not
push the "undo" button and go back before that star was destroyed and bathe in its glorious energy....No no no, reality has no undo button.
Bend time you say? That's not actually bending time but rather the perception of time, aka bending how fast you interpret it. People tend to look
at it all wrong and say "oh but math can prove it" yet every single year all sorts of "solid facts" get totally thrown out when we realize new
factors are involved that we previously had not been able to understand or interpret. Its like health food these days, everyone claims something is
good for them but ten years later we learn its actually bad, but then another ten years later we learn again that it actually was good but we just
jumped the gun based on our ego. It's like e=mc2, if you think this explains energy you are far from it. Do I know the other factors involved?
Nope, but I am very sure that it's far more complicated than matter times velocity squared, simply because even the simplest of things in what we
know as the universe are so complex in terms of how they exist that it makes an equation like this look like child's play.
Time based on scale is one of the things that seems to also be consistent but can still be swayed by many other factors. For instance, watch an ant
navigate through a forest and consider how he is possibly able to calculate more than triple the number of legs that we have, yet in terms of scale
comparison he is literally sprinting over boulders and massive branches that to us appear as dirt grains and twigs. That ant is seeing time go by
much slower than we are, yet we are still existing and living at the same exact time. The ant isn't in the future or the past.
The past is merely our understanding of the previous state of matter or events in what we as living beings try to define as our "timeline". There
actually is no such thing as the future or the past but merely the present, and the present state cannot be measured like a distance in any way.
And the idea about the train that Einstein said is hilariously wrong. He fails to account for the fact that time is merely an interpretation that the
mind calculates based on sensory input, and matter will always exist at a constant rate despite our perception of it, because there is no real
"rate" for time, it can not be measured nor can it be reversed. Time is a constant that can be manipulated by a living being's perception of the
state of matter around you based on your own interpretation of data received via sensory input.
I must reiterate...Time is a constant. It's interpretation is based on the eye of the beholder.