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#7
 Would kill myself
10/07/2013 on
dem dubs
+6
#24
 you*re
10/06/2013 on
hmm
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#23
 Ah your right sorry, it´s late but i thought it was t*sqrt()
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(3 replies)
10/06/2013 on
hmm
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#28

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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sorry, THIS is the equation
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winsauceiswin
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#24

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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you*re
#19
 And also if I use c in your equation i get t/sqrt(1c²/c²) w…
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(6 replies)
10/06/2013 on
hmm
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#22

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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furthermore, it isn't my equation it's Einstein's
#21

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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no, you'd get 1  c^2/c^2 which is 11 = 0
#23

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
Ah your right sorry, it´s late
but i thought it was t*sqrt()
#28

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
[]
sorry, THIS is the equation
#26

winsauceiswin
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#24

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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you*re
#17
 Meh there is an experiment with particles but i don´t remembe…
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(8 replies)
10/06/2013 on
hmm
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#20

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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the time dilation equation is what's used to describe time's change when approaching the speed of light. I've studied both quantum mechanics and relativity at my university so i could be helpful if you have any questions about it....not the BEST source by any means but still
#19

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
And also if I use c in your equation i get t/sqrt(1c²/c²) which is t/sqrt(1) which is t
#22

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
[]
furthermore, it isn't my equation it's Einstein's
#21

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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no, you'd get 1  c^2/c^2 which is 11 = 0
#23

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
Ah your right sorry, it´s late
but i thought it was t*sqrt()
#28

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
[]
sorry, THIS is the equation
#26

winsauceiswin
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#24

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
you*re
#15
 It´s not possible because the faster you move the slower the …
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10/06/2013 on
hmm
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#16

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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where are you getting that time travels at a rate of 1/7 of normal? the equation for time dilation is t = t/sqrt(1v^2/c^2) so by that equation (which is the equation you'd use to back up your "1/7" idea) traveling at the speed of light is t = t/sqrt(0) which is impossible. i don't understand where your 1/7 is coming from
#17

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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Meh there is an experiment with particles but i don´t remember the name. I will check this tomorrow. Maybe the 1/7 isn´t accurate and i´m sorry for posting it. But i think it was something around that value.
#20

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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the time dilation equation is what's used to describe time's change when approaching the speed of light. I've studied both quantum mechanics and relativity at my university so i could be helpful if you have any questions about it....not the BEST source by any means but still
#19

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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And also if I use c in your equation i get t/sqrt(1c²/c²) which is t/sqrt(1) which is t
#22

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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furthermore, it isn't my equation it's Einstein's
#21

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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no, you'd get 1  c^2/c^2 which is 11 = 0
#23

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
Ah your right sorry, it´s late
but i thought it was t*sqrt()
#28

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
[]
sorry, THIS is the equation
#26

winsauceiswin
has deleted their comment.
#24

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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you*re
#11
 I´m sorry guys, but travelling back in time isn´t possible. …
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10/06/2013 on
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#47

nyawgga
(10/07/2013)
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Time is as malleable as copper is. We just haven't found the hammer yet
#31

theantidote
(10/06/2013)
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I'm sorry..what?
You seem to have some mighty intelligence that knows for 'certainty' that you can't travel back in time..fuck knows if we can
I'm pretty sure people 2000 years ago said it would be impossible to go into space, or travel faster than a running speed..but hey..here we are..
#51

fusonx
(10/07/2013)
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Stephen Hawking has come out and said (from what I understand, please correct me if that information is false, in which case, I am sorry for stating false information) that time travel to the past is impossible due to the problem of paradoxes. For example, if you travel into the past and shoot yourself before traveling into the past, you then die by a bullet you shot that ultimately prevents you from shooting it. But, he should of provided some reasoning for why he said that, rather than claim to know a 'fact', especially about something as complicated as time travel or better known as wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff.
However
, despite the argument of paradoxes, I still think time travel to the past is possible and to account for the paradox would be the creation of a separate time line with it's own separate events, as opposed to affecting the original time line (hope I said that clearly, probably not). I of course have no proof or real reason behind my claim. So, it in fact is only !!
MY OPINION
!!.
Just my thoughts on the matter. Science is awesome.
#89

xgrandmoffx
(10/07/2013)
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This.
#14

mylazy
(10/06/2013)
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Not only is it possible, but I am doing it right now. At a rate of 1 second per second.
#39

blarny
(10/06/2013)
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Bazinga
#32

randomituseddie
(10/06/2013)
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woa...do...do you guys realise this? you blew my mind man.
#13

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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in some theories yes. other theory allows time travel back in time but with the creation of an alternate timeline
#15

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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It´s not possible because the faster you move the slower the time pass by. And as we know the cap for speed is the speed of light and as we also know that when travelling with the speed of light the time passes by at a rate of 1/7 as normal we can say time travelling back isn´t possible.
#16

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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where are you getting that time travels at a rate of 1/7 of normal? the equation for time dilation is t = t/sqrt(1v^2/c^2) so by that equation (which is the equation you'd use to back up your "1/7" idea) traveling at the speed of light is t = t/sqrt(0) which is impossible. i don't understand where your 1/7 is coming from
#17

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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Meh there is an experiment with particles but i don´t remember the name. I will check this tomorrow. Maybe the 1/7 isn´t accurate and i´m sorry for posting it. But i think it was something around that value.
#20

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
[]
the time dilation equation is what's used to describe time's change when approaching the speed of light. I've studied both quantum mechanics and relativity at my university so i could be helpful if you have any questions about it....not the BEST source by any means but still
#19

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
And also if I use c in your equation i get t/sqrt(1c²/c²) which is t/sqrt(1) which is t
#22

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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furthermore, it isn't my equation it's Einstein's
#21

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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no, you'd get 1  c^2/c^2 which is 11 = 0
#23

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
[]
Ah your right sorry, it´s late
but i thought it was t*sqrt()
#28

winsauceiswin
(10/06/2013)
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sorry, THIS is the equation
#26

winsauceiswin
has deleted their comment.
#24

gundrabur
(10/06/2013)
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you*re
#1
 Don´t get it...
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09/20/2013 on
Brilliant.
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#2

anon
(09/21/2013)
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A Black woman WHO refused to get behind in the bus (was a law back in 1955 where Black people were to ride in the back of the bus but Rosa parks refused, she got arrested, and that started a Black boycut of the busses where Black people choose to walk instead of the bus, which caused the bus Companies to almost lost everything, cause back then it was mostly Black people WHO rode on the busses.
#3
 Sorry i was wrong. Gravity only affect the upper part. Like wh…
08/27/2013 on
Slinky Drop
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#1
 fake
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(2 replies)
08/26/2013 on
Slinky Drop
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#2

arziben
(08/26/2013)
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how about
no
#3

gundrabur
(08/27/2013)
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Sorry i was wrong. Gravity only affect the upper part. Like when you jump from something down. At first only your head will be forced down but not your feets until your head is on the same hight.
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