>From what they were saying, as you approach speed of light, your
time compresses. So if you can get going fast enough (I just suggested an approach for that) you can effectively time-travel into the future. Or at least that is my understanding.
Christian Weisgerber wrote:
> In article <366DFACF.97BC395D@posthuman.com>,
> Brian Atkins <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Interesting, so if you could somehow get into a tight orbit
> > around a black hole or something massive, and somehow power
> > your craft off a nearby solar source to provide the scads of
> > energy needed, you could get going so fast that you could
> > effectively warp yourself into the future?
> Say again?
> Was there anything in particular in Terry's and Zed's articles, which
> you so elegantly appended in their completeness, that inspired you to
> write the above?
> What do you mean by "warp yourself into the future"?
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