Saturday, January 10, 2015


We know that if you are traveling away from an object at near the speed of light time slows down in your reference with respect to the object departed - you are traveling into the future of the object departed.  

So, if you travel toward an object at the speed of light why can't you travel into the past?  If you departed another galaxy for earth, at the speed of light, on a specific earth calendar date it seems logical that you would travel into the past from that reference date.  
Supposedly that is not possible, but it makes sense to me. 

Also if you could run in circles at the speed of light would it be possible to fuck yourself?

I'm just asking?

the Ol'Buzzard


  1. If you live in Saskatchewan and stand on a hill, on a clear day you can see the back of your head.

  2. One can easily fuck oneself by just opening one's mouth at the wrong time. I am one who knows.

  3. I saw your comment on Blog Fodder's post and liked what you had to say. As for your question, I think you can travel into the past if your speed is sufficiently great, for example, when one is being sucked into a black hole.


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