Time Travel – The Debate
Many people all over the world are debating on the Time Travel issue. Science has this theory of TimeSpace Continuum. One of the biggest arguments is the fact that Scientist have managed to “Stop Light.”
First off, in the whole Stopping Light debate, you’re not stopping time. If anything, you’re stopping Light, that’s it. Light is not a constant, it can be affected by forces of Gravity. If anything, there is a TimeGravity Continuum.
Second, Time doesn’t exist. It’s a silly notion to think that it does. People will argue that hey, we’re trapped in time, we age. No, we’re trapped in motion. We’re constantly moving, therefor, we eventually wear out. All matter does. Currently there is not way to preserve life as we know it.
Here’s the deal. Time is a “PERCEPTION” of the movement of the Earth around the Sun and the Moon around the Earth. Nothing more or less.
It’s not possible to move backwards in time. If you try to go backwards in time, you’ll only end up with nothing there. There is only now. The past has already happened and whether or not people like it, we can’t go back.
However, it is slightly possible to move forward in time. If you’re able to calculate the exact position that the Earth would be at the right point in space, you could potentially move forward in time. Again, however, you’ll just be putting yourself into a stasis so your body doesn’t age. Can we really call that Time Travel?
Here’s a question for you. If you could put your body into Stasis and be let out in a hundred years, would you want to? Knowing that you would not be able to go back into the past, see your family, friends, etc. You’ll have to basically start over.
I’ll leave you with those thoughts. I hope you’ve enjoyed this and realize that much of this should be common sense. Yet, far too many people get caught up in what some Scientist are saying. Scientist don’t always make brilliant observations or guesses.
Astronomy, perhaps one of the greatest hobbies/careers to have on this planet. With the Transit of Venus across the surface of the sun come a whole new spectacle. Astronomers around the world right now are watching this event. Who knows, by the time you read this, it just might be over.
The great thing about Astronomy, is that there are so many questions that may never be answered. For example, how big is our Universe? Do we even know? I didn’t have a telescope myself to view this phenomena, but I did manage to get some screen captures from the NASA Edge UStream Channel.
I hope you enjoy these images, which are a variety of screen captures taken with a variety of filters. If you look on some of the images, you’ll notice some Solar Flares.