Time Travel. . How to luck 2, 000, 000 years hack in time somthing with a surface 1 ,000, 000 light years away. If hypothetically, you flew towards the earth faster than the speed of light, could you turn around and watch yourself get there? The Game
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User avatar #2 - Kirbylikeswolves (03/07/2010) [-]
If hypothetically, you flew towards the earth faster than the speed of light, could you turn around and watch yourself get there?
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#3 to #2 - frenchblablabla Comment deleted by frenchblablabla [-]
#4 to #2 - anon (03/07/2010) [-]
yea except you cant go faster than the speed of light; you can only go to speeds close to the speed of light
User avatar #12 to #2 - justinbiebersfan (03/07/2010) [-]
If you did that, the universe would be destroyed, because an infinite amount of energy is required to propel anything at the speed of light.
User avatar #305 to #12 - ronansher (03/08/2010) [-]
really? so tell me how light, electricity and radio waves all manage to do this without the whole inevitable implosion of the universe thing?
User avatar #14 to #2 - flagpost (03/07/2010) [-]
yes but it's impossible to fly faster than the speed of light
#18 to #14 - Teknine (03/07/2010) [-]
Hence the use of the word "hypothetically"
User avatar #307 to #14 - Kirbylikeswolves (03/08/2010) [-]
I cannot for the life of me figure out where everyone is getting this idea! Who decided that you can't go faster than the speed of light? Granted the friction would rip you to shreds... but there's no rule that explicitly says you can't
User avatar #309 to #307 - flagpost (03/08/2010) [-]
it's the theory of relativity by einstein..it's a law of nature like gravity and magnetism..things just can't go faster than light it's the fastest anything can ever go
User avatar #304 to #2 - ronansher (03/08/2010) [-]
To bad no one will ever do this, because if you hit at the speed of light, you would shrink to an infinitely small size and time would stop.
#5 to #2 - RaivoNaama (03/07/2010) [-]
Whoa, never thought of that :D
User avatar #6 to #5 - frenchblablabla (03/07/2010) [-]
Wait.. Does that mean if light were to look backwards... it would see itself?
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User avatar #117 to #2 - Rameriez (03/07/2010) [-]
Yeah if you divided by zero.
#246 to #2 - jazvec (03/08/2010) [-]
speed of light is the fastest speed possible. its impossible for anything to go faster.
#8 to #2 - anon (03/07/2010) [-]
**anonymous rolls 22** if this is doubles, ill find a way to do it
User avatar #9 to #8 - frenchblablabla (03/07/2010) [-]
Do it.. Do it with pride.
User avatar #161 to #8 - NonCatholicPope (03/08/2010) [-]
Dammit. Anons have all the fun
User avatar #174 to #8 - XxepicwinxX (03/08/2010) [-]
pics or not true
User avatar #126 - RussellCrowe (03/07/2010) [-]
Technically, it's true. but you would need something that traveled at least one kilometer per hour faster than light speed. which is impossible, but if it could be done, the reaction would be so forcefull that it would rip a hole in the space/time continium. thus creating a black hole that would destroy any thing in a 1-3 lightyear radius. And no, i'm not ************ you.
#127 to #126 - MonaKyshu (03/07/2010) [-]
what about my example? you take a large mirror, send it out 300 million miles from earth, look at it with a telescope, and it will show you the way earth was 30 minutes ago, its very simple.
User avatar #129 to #127 - lilkhmerg (03/08/2010) [-]
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#134 to #129 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
wow morons. know your **** before you speak. einstine's theory was that nothing could ACCELERATE past light speed because the mass would become to great. He speculated that objects or entities could already travel past the speed of light (at a normal for it) EX> a rocket could not accelerate past light speed because the mass and pressure would become to great for it to handle. BUT if a natural or living object already possess the ability to travel at said speed or faster it could.
User avatar #145 to #134 - RussellCrowe (03/08/2010) [-]
The surroundings and object could not handle that kind of force. Your such a dick, mabey you should learn your **** before you speak bud.
User avatar #128 to #126 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
actually, the theorum that states that the speed of light is 3x10^8m/s (forget the name) only says that nothing cannot go at that speed, but not that it cannot go faster than that...
User avatar #130 to #128 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
...but to get a physical object to go that fast, (even something as small as an atom), you would need more energy than there is in the universe....(ran ovver character limit...)
User avatar #131 to #130 - RussellCrowe (03/08/2010) [-]
exactly, but if it could, it would wreck the galaxy it was in.
User avatar #132 to #131 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
or, you know...DISINTEGRATE
User avatar #133 to #132 - RussellCrowe (03/08/2010) [-]
well obviosly nothing could hold together at that speed. i'm speaking purely theoreticly.
User avatar #137 to #133 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
As everything to do with this subject is
User avatar #142 to #137 - RussellCrowe (03/08/2010) [-]
no everything just the light speed, and reflection concept.
User avatar #143 to #142 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
yeah, i guess...nice combo we're having here isn't it

inb4 c-c-c-combo breaker
User avatar #147 to #143 - RussellCrowe (03/08/2010) [-]
yes it's a wonderful combo. thumbs up for you. :)
User avatar #167 to #147 - Ausfag (03/08/2010) [-]
thumbs up for all
#1 - anon (03/07/2010) [-]
it'd take 1 million years for the light to reach that optical point and if it reflected it could blind you..........WITH SCIENCE!!!
User avatar #94 to #1 - TheEpitomeOfEpic (03/07/2010) [-]
"It's poetry in motion. She turned her tender eyes to me.
As deep as any oceanAs sweet as any harmony
Mmm - but she blinded me with science"She blinded me with science!" And failed me in biology" -Thomas Dolby
User avatar #247 - jkiboi (03/08/2010) [-]
Really cuz it wud take 2000000 lightyears to look at us in the past a future me wud be looking at me 2000000 looking at this.... Total mindfuk
User avatar #249 to #247 - ThePedoTerminator (03/08/2010) [-]
You have totally blown my mind O.O
User avatar #248 to #247 - jkiboi (03/08/2010) [-]
2000000 years later looking at this***
#275 to #248 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
Yeah, id be pretty gutted to be on funnyjunk 2million years from now and there still talking about twilight.
User avatar #15 - patriotic canadian (03/07/2010) [-]
this might actually work...
#256 - DarkNaruto (03/08/2010) [-]
You're a ******* genius
User avatar #251 - KiteFlyingBob (03/08/2010) [-]
**KiteFlyingBob rolls 377,752,612** Wow, congratulations, am I the only one who's figured out we'll all be long gone before we get a mirror that far away anyway? And it will be people in the future looking how we are now, we should just send some pics with delayed postage.
#253 to #251 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
or possibly another planet with vast quantities of water on it, then we would be able to see it reflected.
#257 to #251 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
wrong the people on other planets would not see us now they would see us 2 million years earlier
#258 to #257 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
I'm sorry i failed completely yes you are right
User avatar #29 - lilRican (03/07/2010) [-]
actually this is true most of the stars you see out there in the night probably alrdy exploded about 1 million years ago so basically every night ur lookng at the past
User avatar #20 - enternamehere (03/07/2010) [-]
BUT you will still have to go faster then time to put a shiney peace there and also light travels maybe not see back in time but to see urself light years later :(
User avatar #21 to #20 - frenchblablabla (03/07/2010) [-]
holy mind **** ..
User avatar #22 to #21 - enternamehere (03/07/2010) [-]
im sorry for ******* your mind im just not in a happy mood, kinda liek a **** you mood
User avatar #40 to #22 - DaCrazyOne (03/07/2010) [-]
O_O'

you mean that in a regular way or a sexy way o_o
User avatar #41 to #40 - enternamehere (03/07/2010) [-]
r yu victum 3?
User avatar #42 to #41 - DaCrazyOne (03/07/2010) [-]
-_-'

no you are my 4th

*pulls out SCAR*
User avatar #43 to #42 - enternamehere (03/07/2010) [-]
:O OH SHYT....
User avatar #44 to #43 - DaCrazyOne (03/07/2010) [-]
*click*
GOD DAMN IT

*reloads*
User avatar #78 - ILoveLamp (03/07/2010) [-]
Looks like this...
*puts on glasses*
Is ******* confusing
YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH
User avatar #297 - Jaricho (03/08/2010) [-]
its pretty damn awesome, just because in THEORY its possible.
#296 - anon (03/08/2010) [-]
OMG THAT WOULD WORK!

I love you.
User avatar #287 - Kadaver (03/08/2010) [-]
someone from 2 million years can watch me fap? dam it, i thought my tactics were good
User avatar #265 - Vestellyn (03/08/2010) [-]
**Vestellyn rolls 004,346,285**
Everybody smile, someone in 2,000,000 years or so will be seeing your reflection.
User avatar #198 - TehTodd (03/08/2010) [-]
Duuuuuude .... ************* ! *Raises hand*
User avatar #200 to #198 - MrEpicMan (03/08/2010) [-]
judging from your avatar, im not going to high five you sice you fap execivlley
User avatar #203 to #200 - TehTodd (03/08/2010) [-]
Duuuuude .... Fap-Five! *Raises other hand*
User avatar #205 to #203 - MrEpicMan (03/08/2010) [-]
*puts pants down* fap five while looking like a fool w/ our pants on the ground
User avatar #221 to #205 - TehTodd (03/08/2010) [-]
Duuuude ... Not Cool-Five. *Puts hands in pockets and walks away.*
User avatar #223 to #221 - McBalls (03/08/2010) [-]
you denied chuck norris..... YOU DIE!
User avatar #90 - HARDSTYLESHUFFLER (03/07/2010) [-]
OMFG, THAT ACTUALLY MAKES SOME SENSE!!
User avatar #88 - JesusPhD (03/07/2010) [-]
its ******* science
#37 - AnimalsDreams **User deleted account** (03/07/2010) [-]
youd need one super ******* telescope
User avatar #34 - potatowrestler (03/07/2010) [-]
learned this in science class like 6 days ago
User avatar #17 - OmeglePrankerGirl (03/07/2010) [-]
oh my god my brain is hurting
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