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What is Forced (accelerated) Motion?

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Old 07-20-2004, 06:21 AM
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Default What is Forced (accelerated) Motion?

Spaceman wrote:

Heh~ _you_ can. As somebody said, "At an unremarkable speed of 1
sec/sec." The hard part is time-travelling to future any slower (or as
some cough*old*cough people might want) or faster. Well, I guess a
method for faster toward-future-time-travel has been discovered long
ago--the tough part is procuring a powerful enough space ship to reach
relativistic speed.
(I guess by same method, you could travel to the future slower, if you
could invent some way to put the solar system (and, er, preferably the
Milky Way) at some relativistic speed relative to you while you stay
relatively at rest with the universe. Of course, the catch is that you
will have to find some way to return the Milky Way to the original
position, where you would be waiting for it.)

Er, wasn't the question a two-part question? I saw the answer to "how
can you see the past?" But I didn't see the answer to "not the future?"

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