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Quick Question About Time Travle Or The Speed Of Light

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Posted by Geoff Oxsen on March 26, 2002 21:34:13 UTC

OK, Just a question I have.

When you look up at the stars at night you are looking into the past. Right? Well If you were able to snap your fingers and at that moment go to the point of the star you are looking at (the point of where you are seeing the light) would the star be there or would it be at the spot in time of the star. Not at the sopt in time where we are seeing it at?

Hope that makes sence.

Thanks

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