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We know that time slows to a stop if you reach the speed of light (mathematically), if you were to exceed the speed of light somehow, that same math says time for you would reverse. Of course, that same math also says you need infinite energy to reach the speed of light, which isn't possible. It's all theoretical.

I don't believe you can travel backward in time either, but just because we believe that now

**lordikon**We know that time slows to a stop if you reach the speed of light (mathematically), if you were to exceed the speed of light somehow, that same math says time for you would reverse. Of course, that same math also says you need infinite energy to reach the speed of light, which isn't possible. It's all theoretical.

I don't believe you can travel backward in time either, but just because we believe that now

**doesn't mean we won't discover something in 100 years that turns that idea on its head.**It is

**impossible**on every single level for anything in the universe to reverse time. Nothing now, in 100 years or a million years will ever ever change that.

The notion has a ridiculously uncanny nature and shouldn't even be considered my friend.