really nice you have good awareness, you are fairly smart, exactly as i feel it, you should be a movie producer or a book writer, i am pretty sure you will make a decent book or movie by the way and terms you use to explain things, ofcourse
xD Im already a book writer.Though I mainly write sci-fi xD
Christianity, Islam, Budism and other religions at the very start were created by ancient people to explain the nature. For example, people created the god Thor, to explain why thunders strike the Earth, others created Ra to praise the Sun, as the giver and guardian of life in the world. What I believe is that EVERY SINGLE religion, belief or idea was created by human, not god, but mortal man or woman. Holy books, like Bible, were also
You are trying to think, sadly that's not working for you.ancient people? were you there? WTF I want live 100000000 years tooyou need discuss things you know, please don't talk about stuff you don't know shit about.
So, since first part was mostly philosophical, I decided to lay out some logic. Btw guys, this is not a thread for my monologues, post your thoughts too xD.So, what I wanna talk bout this time is time and speed. Mostly speed of light.Before we get deeper into subject, I'd like to introduce someone amazing to you all. Albert Einstein. This, probably one of the most famous scientists in history of mankind, formulated so called Theory of General Relativity. It is incredibly complex and hard to understand collection of equations, various physics laws and mathematical calculations. Here is the simplified version of that theory: 1. Nothing travels faster than light. 2. Light is always measured at the same speed (roughly 300.000 km/h or 186.000 mph) no matter how fast you are traveling or the direction you are going. 3. The faster you travel, the slower time moves, the heavier you get and longer things become shorter. However, the hardest part to grasp is the fact that as you move, nothing to you is different. Your clock will still tick away at the same rate. An observer, however, would notice your clock running slower. You would notice the observer's clock running slower while they would be seeing things perfectly normal It's all relative to the observer. General relativity incorporates gravity into the equation and shows how gravity effects time, bends light and thus effects time. A clock for instance on the ground next to the Empire State building will run faster than a clock on the top of the building because the pull of the earth causes clocks to run slightly slower then a clock that is further away from the center of the planet.Gravity is the key to everything. But this is not what I want to talk about. The very interesting thing is 3rd rule of that theory.3. The faster you travel, the slower time moves, the heavier you get and longer things become shorter. Which mean that the closer to the speed of light you are, the heavier you become, and the slower the time flow gets. First of all, lets look at the weight part. Einstein proved that nothing, not even information (Einstein ment thoughts, forced to move by ones telepathic abilities) can move faster than light in vacuum. Because anything besides light has a mass. Light also has mass to be exact, but that mass is so small that its easier to think that light is weightless, thus making light able to travel at those incredible speeds. Any other object, the closer it gets to the speed of light, the heavier it becomes, and higher amount of energy is needed to move that. According to the theory, to reach speed of light object has to be moved by infinite amount of energy, more than there is in whole Universe. So that makes speed of light impossible to reach.But....Imagine that we reached that speed somehow. Here is where other part of 3rd rule comes into play.Time.The closer to the speed of light, the slower the time gets. Well, to other observers. If you moved nearly at the speed of light (lets say at 99.99% of the speed of light), you wouldn't feel any changes in time flow around you, but outside that very limited range the time would be slowed drastically. And the same, to outsider your time would be slowed down just as much. This also leads to another theory: time travels are possible. The theory says that if any object moves faster than light it can travel in time, mainly to the past. Its so called FTL (Faster-Than-Light) traveling. Let me conclude all of that written above in short sentences: 1. If you move slower than light, you move forward in time, in other words, you progress normally. You travel to future.2. If you move faster than light, you move backwards in time, in other words, you move back to the past.And this is where things start to get tricky. Its kinda understandable: if you move slower or faster than light you move to future or the past accordingly. But, what would happen if you'd travel precisely at the speed of light?From my point of view, nothing, not even time, can slow down to certain point and then start moving backwards instantly, without stopping. At some point time has to stop from moving forwards to start moving backwards. If it wont stop, time fabric should just tear apart. By laws of physics its impossible to move in one direction and then start moving in opposite direction without slowing down and stopping. That, in my opinion is the biggest hole in theory of relativity. What you guys think about it?
I think your understanding of his english may be somewhat in error.