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|#12 - laf every tim||11/22/2012 on Ad block||0|
|#6 - L O L||11/22/2012 on yeah I figured i'd make one||0|
|#32 - looks like 10 lbs dumbbells. do you even lift, faggot?||11/22/2012 on laziness||0|
|#159 - tl;sr||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||0|
|#128 - ok, sorry, it is not stupid, but it is poetic, rather than insightful.||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||0|
|#60 - Ironically I still became a lawyer ... fml :)||11/22/2012 on Returning home||+1|
|#127 - When educated people speak of "time", they don't lit… [+] (2 new replies)||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||0|
#132 - anonymous (11/22/2012) [-]
No. Light comes to us in the form of a RAY. When the star explodes, the last bit of light is sent out in that form. Since the light is released in all directions, what we see are the front of the rays. Imagine a steel beam passing through your head right through your eyes. You would be able to see the front of the beam as it is coming at you. As it goes through your head, if it was intangible, you would keep seeing the same view of the front of the beam, since it is the same from front to back. You would be able to see this front-end beam image until the beam fully passed through your head and ended. Same with light. You will keep seeing the light from the star until the ray ends from the last light of the star, which SHOULD take millions of lightyears to get to Earth. You can't SEE THE PAST, you are seeing the last light rays of the star, which are coming outward from the concentrated point of the explosion. Since liight is constantly released from the star until it explodes, you will not notice the explosion until the end of the last light rays, when the light rays become more intense and then disappear when they end. And as for the bombs, after the big bang there was such a massive amount of energy that some of it converted to matter. The opposite is possible and that is how we made these bombs. But there is a limit, a certain amount of energy will be released for each atom returned to the energy state, which is the same, or less, than the amount of energy at the big bang that formed the matter in the first place. So yes, we can make bigger explosions by using more mass, but there's only so much. As for wormholes, they've been proven all but impossible unless one can use a force called "negative energy" to pull two points of the universe close together to make a quick passage. Black holes can't simply be created unless we can control dark matter to make a star's gravity so intense that it condenses the entire star's mass into an infinitely small and dense point.
|#126 - Since I am Terminator movie sucker, I would also argue, that T…||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||0|
|#122 - .. that's just stupid and contradicts even observable differen… [+] (1 new reply)||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||+2|
#162 - infinitereaper (11/22/2012) [-]
Actually this is most likely.
Technically it's the same as Hawkins says just without the use of word "time".
See "time" only exists because timeless energy gave birth to mass with eventually decays back into energy.
What you call "time" I call decay.
I may very well be right, unfortunately people are too obsessed with extravagant time theories.
|#121 - Stopped reading at "provent WWII".||11/22/2012 on Time Travel Theories||+5|