Hey, I actually understood her. That’s one more than you were expecting, huh? 😉
My plan was successful…To draw out someone who understood what she said and to make them create me a time machine! MUWHAHAHAHAHA!!!
I understood her does that mean im doomed? D:
Aye…That it does sir…That it does.
Crap… Well, at least there’s anonynimity, (or however you spell it…)
i understood her but only because i was reading it. it takes a while for me to get what people actually say
The time travel concept that she explains has one flaw: nothing can move faster than the speed of light, it’s a scientific impossibility (yea, yea, warp space-time and all that, but even then the actual motion would register as less than lightspeed).
OMG it’s the I-time!! 😀
Scientifically possible or not, in fiction ANYTHING is possible. It’s why we read comics in the first place. The only that thing that REALLY matters is that one stays consistent with the rules one sets in place for the story. There are entire genres that are built on impossible premises, after all.
I prefer the simpler method of bending time, as it is the fourth dimension, go between two exact points in time via using a gravitational flux to reduce the distance between them to zero and step through. Oh and Gratz to the Lucca on making her first Gate Key lol
the one guy: the theroy is that you can’t, but there is also some speculation that einstien had that theory wrong. but the second flaw has something worse about it. einstien related time to the speed of light, and explained what you would see as you approach the speed of light. the problem is if you travel from here to pluto at 3 times the speed of light, then travel back. the round trip would take about 7 hours. but after 13 more hours the earth can see your return trip in backwards motion.
(math is a close approximation, don’t have astro charts or computer simulations on hand to give exact numbers)
anyway this is fiction, bring on the SF.
I understood her. Time travel is actually something I’m quite knowledgeable about. The thing here, though, is that she didn’t really explain how it actually functions, but rather a theory that, I’m assuming, relates to the functionality of the device. But it should be noted that it is in fact mathematically possible to travel forward in time at accelerated speeds, as well as backwards in time, but these methods require the use of black holes and other such methods that are, essentially, impossible. But, like I said… It’s only mathematically possible, according to our current understanding of the nature of things (as far as my independent research has told me) I think I’m overanalyzing it… stopping now, but I think I’ll enjoy this comic.
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