nuimshaan wrote:So you are saying the pilot would hallucinate for a year? Because you and I are not hallucinating when we look at the years worth of pictures collected during the year long experiment.
The pilot can hop out of that car saying whatever he wants to...we have him on camera...we have the proof...it doesn't matter what he "experienced"...we saw the condition of the car he was traveling in every few miles down the track...we know it was exposed to the elements whilst it moved...we know he needed food, we know he would grow a beard...we knew before we started the test. We put the food and everything he would need to care of himself for a year in the car...we built it into it.
It moved a said distance in a certain amount of time. We have the pictures to prove it. The car and pilot did not go into another dimension...it stayed on the track, and the pilot inside stayed alive..we have the pictures to prove it. I don't care what the pilot says, we had our eyes on him the whole way...and we can prove he is lying...no matter how long he said the trip took...he hallucinated...and we can prove it.
nuimshaan wrote:There will be exactly one years worth of damage to the car...it will be exactly one year older as a result. Moving the car around for a year probably made it get damaged a lot quicker. It may have stayed in good condition for a really long time if it just stayed parked in the bay. However...whether it stayed put or moved real fast...a year passed by...and it is what is after that year...it was physical for the whole year, and therfore all laws of physics were applied to it...no matter how fast it moved around for that year. No defying the laws of physics with enough speed.
There exists no speed at which the laws of physics are defied..it was the laws of physics which allowed the speed of said object in the first place.
When the object starts disobeying the laws of physics...is when the object begins to be destroyed by the laws of physics...
If you move faster and faster...you become destroyed faster and faster until you fizzle out completely...so your time machine motor broke down a long time ago.
Newton told you it had to move to cause a movement. And the faster it moved...the faster it broke down...so you have just destroyed your chances of time travel because you sought to achieve it through moving an object faster and faster...the very thing which would destroy the object and destroy all chances of achieving time travel...
Let's say your ship doesn't have fast moving parts...it just sits there and humms....well...do you see the environment around the ship moving around real slow? Say we are standing in a hanger where the ship is parked and humming away...is it causing us to walk around the ship real slow..like we are caught in a time warp?
Is the pilot in the ship seeing us walk around the ship real slow, even though we are really walking around the ship like normal?
My point is simple...physical objects obey all laws of physics no matter how fast they move, or how slow they move. It's like a temperature scale....really slow moving objects are really cold. Really fast moving objects are hot.
But neither go through a year without actually going through the whole year...fast or slow...they are still here for a year under the laws of physics...
nuimshaan wrote:Let's say your ship doesn't have fast moving parts...it just sits there and humms....well...do you see the environment around the ship moving around real slow? Say we are standing in a hanger where the ship is parked and humming away...is it causing us to walk around the ship real slow..like we are caught in a time warp?
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