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) [+] (18 replies)
If hypothetically, you flew towards the earth faster than the speed of light, could you turn around and watch yourself get there?
User avatar #126 - RussellCrowe (03/07/2010) [+] (14 replies)
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.
User avatar #247 - jkiboi (03/08/2010) [+] (3 replies)
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 #78 - ILoveLamp (03/07/2010) [-]
Looks like this...
*puts on glasses*
Is ******* confusing
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) [+] (3 replies)
**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.
User avatar #179 - jewrat (03/08/2010) [+] (18 replies)
******** much, so if the sun exploded we wouldnt see it for a while, because the light from the explosion wouldnt reach us for a while??
User avatar #180 to #179 - sntiskickin (03/08/2010) [-]
If you are talking about the sun in our solar system then it would take 8 mins and 12 seconds to reach earth.
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) [+] (8 replies)
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 #306 - hobocow (03/08/2010) [+] (2 replies)
well, wouldnt you have to buld the telescope 2,000,000 years in advance to and have someone look into the telescope for 2,000,000 years (impossible)... the reflection can only travle at the speed of light and the reflection wont stay their if your eyes move... right?
User avatar #308 to #306 - potatowrestler (03/08/2010) [-]
no you see the light that just got there which is from 2,000,000 years ago
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 #228 - Bacula (03/08/2010) [+] (3 replies)
Look at the Tags.
User avatar #198 - TehTodd (03/08/2010) [+] (5 replies)
Duuuuuude .... ************* ! *Raises hand*
User avatar #195 - lebanese **User deleted account** (03/08/2010) [+] (2 replies)
im sorry but i dont get it...light needs time to travel thru space...if your looking at the reflective surface thts bla bla light ears away, and then reflects your sight back on earth...doesent that need time to see ?...ergo...your looking at the future ?
#201 to #195 - HEOFoxtrot (03/08/2010) [-]
No, the picture that the light would allow us to see wouldn't change traveling there and back from the reflective object; and because it's such a far distance, it wouldn't make it back for quite some time, allowing us to see an image from the past. (still not very practical though. The chances of there being a random mirror-object floating in space at the perfect angle and N.A.S.A or somebody actually finding it are slim to none).
User avatar #90 - HARDSTYLESHUFFLER (03/07/2010) [-]
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
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