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# how fast do have to be moving to stop time?

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How fast do have to be moving to stop time?

Guest May 27, 2015

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Anon here is why I say that.

The question ask how fast you need to go to stop time. His answer meanders all over the place and then he not really answer the question. He say clock ticks slower if moving faster. OK. Then he talks about E=mc^2 and that doesn’t have anything to do with time, that is for energy. Then he says Einstein calculated the speed of light. Well, maybe he did, but it was known long before he was born. Then he gives light speed in miles per second, instead of meters which is what Einstein’s equation uses.

Then he talks about doubling the speed of light when it should be squaring the speed of light maybe, I guess, because he talks about absolute hot in degrees Fahrenheit and that is the Planck temperature and it should in Kelvins. I looked it up and the temperature is right but what does that have to do with slowing or stopping time? He says this will mess you up. He’s right, I am really messed up, and I am not going anywhere near the speed of light.

Then he says the general theory of relativity states that time is different to all observers. Then he gets the observations backward. It should be for the one moving near light speed his clock appears normal and outside of that zone the clocks would move faster. Those outside would observe their clock as normal and his as slow. If he said this, then the question might be answered a little, because you can see that the faster clocks move in space the slower they move thorough time.

Then he says time isn’t real. OK maybe it isn’t. IDK. Imaginary numbers aren’t real either but we still use them. If an imaginary number is squared then it becomes real. Maybe if time is squared then it is real. I see time squared in a lot of formulas like gravity accelerations.

Then he says “that was deep. I like π” Now this I understand. Deep cow pies. A big pile of BS is close enough. It will be a long time before I can understand Einstein’s equations, but one thing I do understand and know is BS because I have been listening to it since third grade. I have also worked on farms and ranches.

After researching this it seems that the clock would never stop anyway because nothing with a rest mass can even reach the speed of light – Except maybe big piles of BS which take forever to muck your way out of so the clock must have stopped. One thing I have learned in the last few months is just because someone says something even a real scientist doesn’t mean it’s true.

Maybe I ask some questions on this subject. I did research to make sure I wrote something that had real points. Now I have questions but I need to think how to ask them. These questions will not be from a book or web site.

Dragonlance  May 30, 2015
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If you agree with the special theory of relativity, Einstein states the a clock ticks slower if moving faster(physically). That was proven with an atomic clock. Now, I'll assume you understand $${\mathtt{E}} = {{\mathtt{mc}}}^{{\mathtt{2}}}$$, but if you don't, it's Energy (belonging to said object) equals the mass of it, times the speed of light, squared. Energy=Mass*The speed of light, squared. So, Einstein calculated that light moves at roughly 186,000 miles per second.

If you can double the speed of light, or even achieving it, you would most likely reach absolute hot, $${\mathtt{2.55}}{\mathtt{\,\times\,}}{{\mathtt{10}}}^{{\mathtt{32}}}$$ degrees Fahrenheit, essentially messing you up. But, let's say that you survive absolute hot, and you DON'T die. Einstein's general theory of relativity states that time is different to all observers, so you would't be stopping time for everyone, just yourself, and you wouldn't be even stopping time, just making it seem very slow from your perspective. So you would have to be moving at around the speed of light. BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! Time isn't REAL. It's just some stuff made by man to keep track of things! It's not REAL! What I just said above could all be false! There might not even be a past, or a future! Ok, thats enough tinkering with the Matrix for now. Bye.

-Wow, that was deep. I like π.

atlasity  May 28, 2015
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Without this form and teachers like Melody, Cphill, and Alan and many others, I would still be doing 6th grade math. I do 9th grade math now.

There are a lot of other cool things to read to read on this form, but this post has to be the biggest pile of BS I have ever read on here. Are you trying to be funny or are you just stupid?

Dragonlance  May 28, 2015
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You have to go as fast as the speed of light.

This means that travelling back in time is impossible as you would have to go faster than the speed of light.

This also means that if you ran 100m and two people time you-yourself and someone not running-then your time would be faster than the other guy's time. You wouldn't notice it though as you only go up to about 20-30mph (30-35 if you're very fast)-a fraction of the speed of light.

thejamesmachine  May 28, 2015
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Dragonlance why do you say Atlasity post is BS? Why the biggest pile of BS? You say you can do ninth grade math, but you have never asked  question on here and only sort of answered one.

Guest May 29, 2015
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Anon here is why I say that.

The question ask how fast you need to go to stop time. His answer meanders all over the place and then he not really answer the question. He say clock ticks slower if moving faster. OK. Then he talks about E=mc^2 and that doesn’t have anything to do with time, that is for energy. Then he says Einstein calculated the speed of light. Well, maybe he did, but it was known long before he was born. Then he gives light speed in miles per second, instead of meters which is what Einstein’s equation uses.

Then he talks about doubling the speed of light when it should be squaring the speed of light maybe, I guess, because he talks about absolute hot in degrees Fahrenheit and that is the Planck temperature and it should in Kelvins. I looked it up and the temperature is right but what does that have to do with slowing or stopping time? He says this will mess you up. He’s right, I am really messed up, and I am not going anywhere near the speed of light.

Then he says the general theory of relativity states that time is different to all observers. Then he gets the observations backward. It should be for the one moving near light speed his clock appears normal and outside of that zone the clocks would move faster. Those outside would observe their clock as normal and his as slow. If he said this, then the question might be answered a little, because you can see that the faster clocks move in space the slower they move thorough time.

Then he says time isn’t real. OK maybe it isn’t. IDK. Imaginary numbers aren’t real either but we still use them. If an imaginary number is squared then it becomes real. Maybe if time is squared then it is real. I see time squared in a lot of formulas like gravity accelerations.

Then he says “that was deep. I like π” Now this I understand. Deep cow pies. A big pile of BS is close enough. It will be a long time before I can understand Einstein’s equations, but one thing I do understand and know is BS because I have been listening to it since third grade. I have also worked on farms and ranches.

After researching this it seems that the clock would never stop anyway because nothing with a rest mass can even reach the speed of light – Except maybe big piles of BS which take forever to muck your way out of so the clock must have stopped. One thing I have learned in the last few months is just because someone says something even a real scientist doesn’t mean it’s true.

Maybe I ask some questions on this subject. I did research to make sure I wrote something that had real points. Now I have questions but I need to think how to ask them. These questions will not be from a book or web site.

Dragonlance  May 30, 2015
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It sounds like you have done a lot of research DragonLance.

That is to be commended.

I am very glad that we have helped you to do well at school too  :D

Even so your earlier comment was rather rude.

There is nothing to be gained by being rude to people.  :/

Melody  May 30, 2015
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I dont think i should be saying something on this but i would like to....

The thing is , rude was it?yea i guess direct words really arent very pleasing so i kinda found it rude too.....but i would just say if you dont like someones post just say with some bended words.....that wont hurt or sound any bad.....

i liked your theory DL.......points for you!

rosala  May 31, 2015
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You are still a good friend to DragonLance aren't you Rosala.

Loyalty is a good thing.

Melody  May 31, 2015
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Yes she is :) I’ll always be Rosala’s friend too!

I guess I was a little rude. Morticia says I am more rude than usual lately. She says I should I should use a lesion she learn in charm school last year. She started saying “that’s interesting” or “that fascinating” after anyone say something to her. When I ask her why she say that so much she answer that she learn in charm school to say “that’s interesting” or “that’s fascinating” instead of “that’s BS!” hahahaha

Dragonlance  Jun 1, 2015
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LOL now whats what i call a joke

you know there is a song in Hindi names "Tamanche Pe Disco" which means "Disco on a  Gun" heres the video...god the steps are so funny and the song got so famous becoz of its so unique lyrics and dance steps!

heres the video..i couldnt find a translation with the video playing ...but you can serach for it easily!

this is one HILARIOUS song...becoz weve got many way better than this..this is just so funny!

Now Dragonlance....i just said what was the truth........what i give is what i expect...or maybe want...so just take it like that........and even tho you werent my friend i wouldve still said......

becoz bad things must stop........wheather a friend does it or an enemy!

rosala  Jun 1, 2015
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Yes DragonLance,

Learn from Morticia,  that girl is very sensible.

She knows how to win friends AND influence people.

Melody  Jun 2, 2015