reply to post by Deaf Alien
Maybe it just comes down to our "current" perception of time... if that makes. It's hard to explain (my opinion of it).
See I have a totally different opinion about time and how it works. Although I never really officially studied physics and can't back up my theories
with math etc I believe that time and space is so complex we can't yet really comprehend it.
Take time dilation right? Well I believe that if time dilation exists then negative time dilation must also exist. Although instead of negative time
or slowing down leading to negative or reverse time dilation, I think it might just be the opposite. The faster you go the slower your relative time
So then you hit the threshold of lightspeed and then time stands still. photons are ageless particles that last forever or so we have observed. We are
observing light particles that are billions of years old from the furthest of galaxies... So what then if something traveled faster than lightspeed?
What would happen to it?
I have thought about time as we know actually reversing!
A black hole seems to lead to know where, well not exactly. I have no actual clue where it goes but consider this;
The velocity of all matter and particles entering the event horizon seem to defy space and time and even draws in light particles (photons) so then
could this be faster than light velocity and if so where does it go??
It completely disappears from our view of time and space!
So then to the question of us and why here and why now?
Is it all upto chance? Why were we born now and not 100,1000,10000 years ago, or the same for the future? Is it all random chance?
Perhaps our energy has always existed and will always exist but is part of a greater whole. This might seem way out there and is something just came
to me but what if we are all part of the same thing - this universe but as one and whole, not seperate. I have heard theories about that before so
obviously it's not a fresh idea but it's something that has grown on me over time.
The vast space, size and energy contained in the universe, from the largest galaxies to the smallest atoms that are capable of immense energy.
The truth is so far beyond us just yet... it's exciting to knwo there is so much more out there but sad to know that it's out of our grasp for now...
edit on 10-5-2012 by Havick007 because: (no reason given)