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Can't Time be described as strictly Linear?

jimo4

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Can\'t Time be described as strictly Linear?

If you want to travel back in time to 8:00 am from 9:00 am -it would take one hour.

Therefore,when you arrived back in time at 8:00am it would have taken one hour and it would now be 9:00 am-the exact time you started.

If you went faster than the speed of light, you would warp time.

But the laws of Physics say that for every action, there would be an equal an opposite reaction.

So the time warp would have 2 dimensions-negative and positive and would cancel each other out.

No time travel is possible except in some other dimension-other than the ones we have, eh?

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Re: Can\'t Time be described as strictly Linear?

No time and the passage of time is not strictly linnear.

There are what is known as heiarchy events, which construct time.

You can not push matter past the speed of light that I know of?

Matter is composed of photonic elements within matter.

So since C insitu, or where light on this assigned frequency sits, then light within matter, can never transend this barrier.

Not unless the signature of matter has been transcribed, to hold in a realed frequency, which is and always has been faster than the speed of light, C within this assigned frequency.
 
Re: Can\'t Time be described as strictly Linear?

Exactly-you can not push matter faster than the speed of light -because the mass of the matter would become infinite.

My point is that it would not matter if you could or not.

You would arrive at your starting point. So in essence, the only thing you could accomplish is suspension of time.
 
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