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Re: Time Travel

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Posted by coolski2n2/">coolski2n2 on January 27, 1999 01:58:31 UTC

: : Post your thoughts on time travel here.. the possibility : : of time travel. The problem with infinite mass at speed : : of light and the black hole theory

you ask the question. is time travel possible? The answer is yes. The real question is and should be can we alternate time. we know that speed is related to time, we know that the faster an object moves the more density it has. time is a human factor and should be limited to the use of answering human needs. the question of time travel is a question of universal needs, thus we think in universal terms. lets just say that the letter "X" is an object of mass and that "Y" is a variable to reduce mass. the variable representing "human "time" is "c" now suppose that "C" doesnt exist at all but another unknow variable "B" is the nature of pure time. if you take b-x and y (relative speed or the speed in which it takes to reduce matter to an unknow state of mass and density) then we can formulate a hypothetical question: can "X" be divided by "Y" in such a way that that "B" would ultimately be less than the "y" and "x" ultimately creating a new standard of thought that time cannot exist and speed is the true essence of time wich creates the matter it holds. the answer to the question of time travel is this deconstruct E=MC2 and thus say that x/y=b divided b2y

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