Faster than fast. now if we can harness it we can build a time machine. Nothing is faster than the light‘ 1. Retard video of the light You have now created some
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#23 - moosic (06/22/2012) [-]
vcr?
User avatar #5 - fucktheniggers (06/22/2012) [-]
>nothing is gayer than op
>clone op
>2 ops have buttsecks
>you have now multiplied ops faggotry by 2, creating something gayer than op
>#fabulous
>problem?
#54 - feeeeedme (06/22/2012) [-]
You forgot the part were urnstein dun gave a **** .
#52 - robalabobolol (06/22/2012) [-]
I used to think that nothing was faster than the speed of light until I got diarrhea one night. Before I could switch the light on or even think, I had already shat myself!
#64 to #52 - rheago (06/22/2012) [-]
the sound your ass made
the sound your ass made
#69 to #64 - robalabobolol (06/22/2012) [-]
It was a bit more like this!  America ain't got 			****		 on me (pun intended)
It was a bit more like this! America ain't got **** on me (pun intended)
#95 to #84 - rheago (06/22/2012) [-]
Thank you, but i prefer it my way
#96 to #95 - tinyhippo (06/22/2012) [-]
Indeed.
You are a scholar and a gentleman, here, have some ass.
#49 - perand (06/22/2012) [-]
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#77 - yaarun (06/22/2012) [-]
mfw you finally make a lousy time machine
mfw you finally make a lousy time machine
#82 - jalthelas (06/22/2012) [-]
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mfw I don't care
User avatar #48 - wheresthefudge (06/22/2012) [-]
Here's how you move something faster than the speed of light:
Will require:
-Laser pointer
-Moon (or reasonably sized space station)
How to:
-Point laser pointer at moon (or reasonably sized space station)
-Activate laser pointer
-Move laser pointer across an angle (should be around 30-45 degrees)
-The image of the laser has just moved faster than the speed of light.
-Infinite sciences are broked.
#53 to #48 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #5904095 at FJ Pony Thread ** you totally stole that lol
#94 to #53 - wheresthefudge (06/22/2012) [-]
**wheresthefudge rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at Wait a Tick **    
Was I the first person to say this ever?   
No.   
Did I steal it?   
Also no.
**wheresthefudge rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at Wait a Tick **
Was I the first person to say this ever?
No.
Did I steal it?
Also no.
#90 - edgeoftheinternet (06/22/2012) [-]
**edgeoftheinternet rolled a random image posted in comment #93 at Pizza delivery :( ** <If this is a pony im going to delete my account
#89 - minecraftmemes (06/22/2012) [-]
**minecraftmemes rolled a random image posted in comment #5325 at Pokemon ** Also team rocket
#30 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #238 at Give this guy a medal XD ** So you have a VCR, that's fancy, I've been considering upgrading my Betamax but no good movies have been made in the last 20 years.
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#34 to #6 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
>a camera records light when it impact the lense
>theoretically you can record light before light impacts the lense
wait wat?
#19 to #6 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
God damn you're stupid
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#38 to #6 - jgk **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#22 to #6 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
What are you people talking about... No matter how many FPS your camera records, it will always be a series of still images. There is no movement in the video, the video creates the illusion that there is by showing the images so fast your eyes percieve it as movement.
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#18 to #7 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
In japan they discovered a molecule that goes faster than light. Now here's my question, By incorporating these molecules to our own ( even if for an amount of time sufficient for time travel) wouldn'tt we combust into flames because of the amazing molecule vibration speed?
F.B.
#24 to #18 - eggsandgreggs (06/22/2012) [-]
No, they didn't. ever. it would be on the news and the media would hype it up.  Just like those neutrinos recently that were &quot;faster than light&quot; just for there to be a mistake in the experiment.
No, they didn't. ever. it would be on the news and the media would hype it up. Just like those neutrinos recently that were "faster than light" just for there to be a mistake in the experiment.
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User avatar #26 to #18 - generaljosh (06/22/2012) [-]
I don't think molecule is the word you're looking for. Molecules are groups of atoms, and it has been proven both mathematically and practically that matter cannot travel faster than light. Particles, on the other hand, are subatomic, and follow the laws of quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is a relatively new field, and we don't know everything about it. The big question now is if particles can travel faster than light due to undiscovered laws of quantum mechanics, although no evidence has been found to support this.
User avatar #9 to #6 - youtubeme (06/22/2012) [-]
Nasa has a camera that records at 3,000,000,000,000 fps.
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User avatar #27 to #9 - generaljosh (06/22/2012) [-]
Yes, that camera was used to record light moving. However, it did not record a single light ray. It took billions of snapshots of different light rays at minutely different time intervals. NASA was then able to piece together the snapshots so it appeared to be a coherent video.
User avatar #63 - daringdash (06/22/2012) [-]
inb4 wannabe physicists post ****** arguments
User avatar #71 to #63 - thecherry (06/22/2012) [-]
everybody hates smartasses.
#44 - manirock ONLINE (06/22/2012) [-]
There actually is something faster than the speed of light. We just don't know how to define it. Each particle (an electron, proton, quark, etc.) has an antiparticle. One cannot exist without the other. No matter how far apart the two are from each other the destruction of one leads to the simultaneous destruction of the other. One particle could be at one end of the universe while its antiparticle is at the opposite end of the universe -trillions of miles away-, and the destruction of one would still lead to the simultaneous destruction of the other. It's called entanglement, and it indicates that there is some force in the universe that transcends space and time. As of yet no one has been able to explain it. In order for the theory of relativity and all the theories based off of relativity to be considered valid physicists choose to ignore it for the most part.
User avatar #59 to #44 - deansg (06/22/2012) [-]
what??? There is a lot more matter than anti-matter in the universe. In fact almost all anti-matter was annihilated shortly after the big bang. For every type of particle there is an anti-particle, that is true, but it's not like every single particle in the universe has an anti-particle waiting for it somewhere, otherwise the entire universe would've been annihilated very quickly. Where did you get this information from? Maybe I'm wrong, but I can't find anything about it
#83 to #59 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
I think you might be talking about two different things, manirock is talking about the very basic particles of the universe (i.e gluon's, photon's, and graviton's). These are mass-less pieces of energy. while you are decribing the relationships between atoms which have mass. I could be wrong but this my take on it.
User avatar #1 - mimik (06/21/2012) [-]
who uses vcrs anymore?
#33 to #1 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
I would if I could find one :(
#10 to #1 - ilovethepenis (06/22/2012) [-]
This content is just so old and reposted that people used them at the time when someone made this comic.
User avatar #11 to #10 - chituat (06/22/2012) [-]
Actually, the trollface was created in 2008, still past the time of the VCR if im correct
#12 to #11 - ilovethepenis (06/22/2012) [-]
What if the guy had a time machine?
#14 to #12 - chituat (06/22/2012) [-]
i prefer the TARDIS
#51 - petergriffinfj (06/22/2012) [-]
Einstein's theory of general relativity (as opposed to special relativity) actually allows objects to move faster than the speed of light.
#60 to #51 - acksl (06/22/2012) [-]
Say waaaaat? So why is everybody always saying the exact opposite? Please explain.
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#66 to #60 - petergriffinfj (06/22/2012) [-]
You should have some knowledge of relativity to understand this, maybe this will help a bit: [url deleted] Observable_universe
#76 to #66 - icefall (06/22/2012) [-]
If you had knowledge of relativity you would realize that the only thing that could possibly travel faster than light is a tachyon, which obviously has not been proved to exist. Conventional matter does not have imaginary mass and thus cannot travel faster than light.
#74 to #66 - acksl (06/22/2012) [-]
nope, that's not helping me at all :)
User avatar #65 to #51 - rheago (06/22/2012) [-]
yeah dude, explain
#81 - jetech (06/22/2012) [-]
ALL YOUR CREATING IS AN IMAGE, THATS STILL LIGHT!!!
#86 to #81 - anon (06/22/2012) [-]
thatsthejoke.jpg
#97 to #86 - jetech (06/22/2012) [-]
^dude thats not how you liink an image
#55 - tkuja (06/22/2012) [-]
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#56 to #55 - tkuja (06/22/2012) [-]
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User avatar #68 to #56 - ndiliciousa (06/22/2012) [-]
unfortunately, yes
User avatar #70 to #68 - tkuja (06/22/2012) [-]
why unfortuanately?
#72 to #70 - ndiliciousa (06/22/2012) [-]
I poisoned myself
User avatar #75 to #72 - tkuja (06/22/2012) [-]
didn't even know that was possible
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