21st June 2006 - 09:32 AM
Opinion is only an opinion. Maybe in 100 years a guy could invent a time machine, who knows?
For example: The science says that the speed of light is constant. If you shine with a pocket lamp, the light shines with the speed of light. If you are shining the lamp while running, or if you shine the lamp while driving the car, the speed of light will stay the same.
The time dilation of Albert Einstein says that the time of a moving inertial system is shorter than the time of a standing inertial system.
t' = t (1 - v˛/c˛)^ 1/2
t' = the time the moving object goes through
t = the time for the unmoving system
v = the velocity of the moving object (relative to inertial system)
c = vacuum speed of light
So if v=c, t' would be 0
That would be the frozen time.
I don't really believe that this true and that people could really do timewalk, but that's the Einstein theory now which many people believe, so believe, too.
Of course, theory is only a projection of the truth and don't have to be true. According to Platon, the real reality in the reality is the depth of the reality.
So my postings don't need to be true, so please don't bully me.