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Traveling The Speed Of Light

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Posted by horace III on September 5, 2000 23:42:43 UTC

It is stated that if you was to travel the speed of light you could go backwards and fowards in time incorrect. Time is something that does not exist in the universe. 4 demensions is so puzzling to us that we are constantly trying to figure out the truth. It has already been unfolded to us but in a questionable sense to our imagination. You have 4 sides to a square earth being your 0 point the earths longitude and latitude a point the star s point and the suns point. think about a solar eclipse the light bends backwards towards the galaxy. Magnetic feilds all around, get a pendulum and spin it with a ball in the middle and it doesn`t have gravity like our universe take the suns light and travel it to the ball but in four different light prizms and you would go. But to the human eye they would think that you are still here because the ball would still remain but the light will take you every angle of the 4 lights is a point of origin in our universe. In actual you would be traveling in nanoseconds.

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