Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by BodyDroppedNikes, Mar 14, 2007.
You Can't Travel Back in Time, Scientists Say - Yahoo! News
Fuck that, it's possible.
When NASA sent up the first moon mission they put an atomic clock at Capcom and another in the shuttle. The point? To see if the crazy ass speed they would attain would effect the passage of time.
Results: The clock in the shuttle was behind the clock at Capcom that hadn't moved. This formulated the theory about how if you travel at light speed people on Earth will age faster then you
the faster you go the larger the difference, keep going and it's only rational that time would eventually screech to a halt, but what happens then if you go even faster?
I call this the "Vtec just kicked in theory"
no seriously, this is something I've thought of for awhile, obviously the effects G force have on our bodies make this almost impossible, but in theory if time does in fact slow down proportionate to your relative speed them time travel IS possible
your theory is old news
lol the name was a joke, it was either that or the NAWWWS theory. still I think it's plausable considering what we know. Yeah nobody is walking around from the future but that only means that we never did invent a time machine
"According to Einstein, the faster I drive the younger I become"
look at those guys in their 60s and 70s doing vintage car racing and stuff
they are like kids again when they are out there and after they get off the track
hell put the owner of the german car specialist shop my mom use to work for behind the wheel of a 550 spyder and he was a teenager again
speed keeps you young
now i wonder if that theory will get me out of my next speeding ticket
Now, i know Greene is smarter than me, but who says that hyperspace obeys our laws of physics. Supposedly the singularity at the center of a black whole doesnt obey our laws, so what makes them think that hyperspace cant bend/brake those same laws.
I think they are pulling a mythbusters and calling this busted waaay too early.
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