On Apr 16, 10:36 pm, devilphish <robsfootballpi...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Apr 16, 5:03 pm, James Pablos <james.pab...@gmail.com> wrote:Yep, and the way that would happen would be gruesome too:
> > On Apr 16, 7:52 pm, Ray <rayb...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > Yup. Like I said:
> > > Time never changes for a given observer - it can only "dilate" (or
> > So my original question -- which was only silly and speculative --
> > If we could send it "magically" back to the aftermath of the BB, would
> You're "full" of crap.
> What's the one place on Earth where there is no gravity? (no, not in
> The very early universe was a big amorphous blob for a few hundred
> And with your magical satellite, if you were with it then time would
> > As entropy unfolds, universally, our magical satellite would send back
> Time does approach a halt as you approach the event horizon of a black
The force of gravity is so strong near the event horizon that before
Getting there is half the fun, as they say.
Have a nice day. :-)
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