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Posted by Cengiz /">Cengiz on January 8, 2000 01:17:41 UTC

What is time? I think time always passes noting can stop it lets think about someone travelling at lightspeed his body functions slower does this mean when he travels 5 seconds 5 days pass on earth?I think when his body functions get slower he travels 5 days in fact but only gets 5 sec older so can we say time is going on its way and never stops einstein said noting can go faster then lightspeed if it could i think time had to turn back and i think in space one thing is imposibble and that is making time go back. We all know that a star lives for 10 bilion years so time has effects on everything this way or another Time rulezz everything !! damn!! No way !! time passess big star dies new stars born but time will be alwys there but but time started with big bang didn't it so without space time can not exist but but uyniverse is made of matter in the middle of noting(space)(in my opinion space is noting) so yes here is an exit noo no no way Language Removed !damn! ok when if we say time started with universe but we cant say there is only one universe and and yes no way time rulezz Time doesnt have a beginnig pls someone find a solution to this damn thing called time

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