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Fronia 1 month ago
#46 is not true. If you travel with the speed of light time will not pass for you at all. You will remain 15 years old.
       
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Miranda 1 month ago
Fronia,

"time will not pass for you at all" Are You sure?
Time: the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole
       
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Midge 1 month ago
Miranda,
which proves this pic fact is even more wrong
       
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Monteleon 1 month ago
Quote: Fronia
If you travel with the speed of light time will not pass for you at all

Time is relative to the observer. When one travels at the speed of light time theoretically stops. So if somebody were to travel at the speed of light for a day in their perspective, on Earth an infinite amount of time would pass.
       
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Deborah 1 month ago
Fronia,

No. Though we don't know for sure what would happen AT the speed of light, we do know that the faster you travel, the slower you would age RELATIVE of everyone else travelling at "normal" speed but you would age normally for you nonetheless.
So travelling at the speed of light would likely make you age normally, just in your own time frame. Probably.
       
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Deborah 1 month ago
Deborah,

I should add that light does take time to travel so you'd probably return to earth and age at that speed. So if you travel at the speed of light to a point in space which takes a light a year to reach and return to Earth, you would have aged two years. No idea how much people there would age. Probably have to ask someone that can do the math.
In any case; pic not completely correct.
       
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Tim 1 month ago
Fronia,

well yes but that isn't even what it's about. It's about the age of the people that remained on earth and the fact that they would age while you do not.
that said full light speed is currently incalculable/infinite speed. Multiplying by infinite is as valid/impossible as dividing by zero.
To reach a time differential of 5 to 50 you would need to travel at 0.995C

omnicalculator.com/physics/time-dilation
       
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Jack 1 month ago
#38 is a great hotel - I’ve stayed at the ‘Grand Sirenis’
       
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Curtis 1 month ago
Jack,
They should have covered the N in PUNTA as well
       
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Jess 1 month ago
#26 Not in Merica, that would be 918x shoot
       
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Timothy 1 month ago
#26 and with car, every single one can go whatever the frack he want in the time he want.

Freedom ! 27
       
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Joey 1 month ago
#1 that's what the German word 'Schilderwald' means :-P
       
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Tim 1 month ago
#3 yes scavenging! Reduce REUSE Recycle.
       
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Brina 1 month ago
#32 grown ups know what these words mean. Even you are preejaculated too quickly or she is 14.
       
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Brina 1 month ago
#43 Average Tuesday in Paris.
       
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Jeremiah 1 month ago
#47 OMG! My son gave me a bottle of that Cognac. I had no idea what it is worth.
       
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Woody 1 month ago
#46 What a stupid lie. That is NOT how physics work. There is unproven THEORY that time slows if you move at light speed... but latest scientific TESTING has proven the opposite.
       
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