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Posted by Chris Duncan on July 30, 2002 22:29:49 UTC

Einstein says that as an imaginary plane with a clock moves away from us at the speed of light it looks to us as if time is standing still. What if another imaginary plane flew off in the opposite direction at the speed of light as well. My question is what if you were on one plane and looking back to the other plane? What would the clock(time) be doing on the other plane? Could time be going in reverse?

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