March 10, 2011 · Posted in Physical Supernatural 

Ok. Today I was at work and I thought, wow, today went by so fast.

Have you ever thought that?

Or some days its really slow. So here’s my theory:

What if time moves at different speeds? We just know it because we are traveling at the same speed.

Like being in a car. Were moving with it.

And if we wore a blind fold and ear plugs so we couldn’t hear the engine, you would have no idea how fast you are going or even moving at all.

This may also apply to time travel. Instead of thinking of time travel as the person moving through time. Think of it as standing still and time still moving. If you could make a forcefield around you so time wouldn’t effect you.

In essence you would see everything moving really fast in front of you. Then when you turned off the forcefield, you would be in the future.

Like hitting fast forward on your dvd remote.

4 Responses to “TIME SPEED”

  1. Carrie on March 15th, 2011 3:30 pm

    If you are really interested in time travel theories, you should check out this interview with Ron Mallett, PhD, a physics Professor from the University of Connecticut. In this interview, he explains his views on time travel, as taken from Einstein’s theories. It really is interesting to hear his life experiences and some of his ideas, although I am still very weary to believe time travel is possible, the interview was interesting and entertaining…
    here's the link! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zlv8kRMcCS4&fe

  2. Arsham Mirshah on March 17th, 2011 8:23 am

    That is awesome Carrie! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  3. Carrie on March 29th, 2011 3:39 pm

    No problem! Hope you enjoyed the interview!

  4. Trickster on December 6th, 2012 6:34 pm

    Your description of a force field is precisely what happens when you change your inertial frame of reference to very-near the speed of light relative to wherever you expect to end up.

    You can travel anywhere in the universe in seconds, but at least as much time in years will pass for everyone else as the distance in light-years. From the perspective of the traveler, it works because as you accelerate, distances shrink (length contraction) so you only need to travel a few inches; from the perspective of the observer, it works because time nearly stops for you since you're accelerating to nearly the speed of light.

    Here's another way to think about it that might help. If you move 10 meters per second Northeast, you're only moving roughly 7 meters North every second. That's because some of your movement is taken up by the Eastern direction (in which you also travel about 7 meters). Well, the same thing is true if you think of North being Time and East being distance. If you stand still, you're moving at a fixed rate through time. If you move, you're borrowing some of that time motion to move through space. Acceleration, when fast enough, slows down the passage of time (from the perspective of someone watching you).

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