posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 09:38 AM
reply to post by LocalGenius
See, this is what I don't get so please bear with me -
Now traveling at the speed of light would be that you are basically "freeze framing" that sole image of light patterns which were produced at a
specific point in time, which would be considered in 'cyclical time'. Just for definitional purposes 'cyclical time' is a manmade term
representing our second by second, minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day, etc., concept of the speed of light...
( Here comes my headache! )
...Now presently you have, what could be considered, stopped time. So, if we could 'put the pedal to the metal' so to speak and surpass that pattern
of light, wouldn't it stand to reason that the very next pattern of light would be the pattern preceding?
While you're cruising along catching up with each previous pattern of light, you would be seeing the past related to the given point of where you
( This is where my thought patterns really get jumbled..)
All the while this is going on, you would be in your own little bubble of cyclical time because you are still producing patterns of light which are
now taking off into the neither. This, I would think, would be a separate time line or dimension of time.
Physically you couldn't do this because of our 'properties of physical laws' in relationship to gravity, i.e.- we'd get ripped apart, but