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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Sun May 25, 2014 2:05 pm

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i mean literally infinitely fast, there is no limit but he cant time travel with his speed what is faster the guy that is infinitely fast. or the guy that could go so fast he could travel forward and backward threw time?

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 11:30 am

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very interesting,
The test would be to race the two.
For any given distance say from one side of the universe to the other both would arrive instantly or would they? Now analize the time traveler could arrive before the race bejin so from time - 0 to hi arival 0 time would have passed. the non time traveler who can go infinitely fast, the race begins from time 0 - to his arival how much time passe? If he goe infinitly fast then an infinitly small amount of time passe. ex speed is a measure of distance per time so say he travel one universe per infinitely small amount of time.
The question boils down to which i smaller 0, or infinitly close to 0? I am inclined to say that 0 i smaller and therefor the time traveler is faster.

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 5:50 am

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You cannot travel infinitely fast. The fastest velocity you can reach is the speed of light, about 186,212 MPH.

The rate at which you flow through time i directly dependent upon your speed. Hypothetically, if were able to *reach* the speed of light, time would stop for you, and you would, from *your* perspective, travel a far a you could possibly travel before some outside force returned you to subluminal velocities instantaneously.

Now, from an outside observer, you would appear to be traveling at 186,212 MPH, but you would appear to them to be frozen in time. If you were hypothetically able to travel *faster* than light, an outside observer would witness you running backwards, which i a logical impossibility, since you would hypothetically have to observe yourself traveling backwards from your destination to your starting point before you even began your trip.

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:13 am

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nicely the answer on your question is somewhat hazy. And by ways, it doesnt take in countless area. mild isnt a blob like a lot of human beings believe it to be, it truly is surely a decision of quick-paced Photons (the mandatory unit, or packet of sunshine) that go back and forth in a unmarried route in, lots of the time, a thoroughly immediately line. the speed of sunshine is known to be a cosmic consistent, the speed decrease of all existence, yet no human being fairly is conscious why it has a particular speed and doesnt go back and forth with countless speed. some thing to do with Relativity im guessing.

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 9:50 am

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Does time travel happen instantaneously?

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 1:19 am

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You travel at a speed of one million times faster that the speed of light.

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 Post subject: What is faster if you are infinitely fast or time travel?Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:24 pm

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With time travel you could go somewhere and arrive a million years before you left.

No matter how fast you travel you cant go somewhere unless you stop and turn around.
Example, You go to the moon. You travel at a speed of one million times faster that the speed of light. You get to the moon in 1/1,000,000th of a second but as each extra second passes you leave it far behind. So you need to slow down so you can "arrive" at the destination.

Time travel does not have that problem.

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