I have no idea... Maybe their movement would seem restricted?
I was also curious if the travelers size would increase with velocity relative to the observer, and if that could change their perception of time as well.
Question.. I understand photons will curve around planets in space due to their gravity (or curved space-time). But do photons create their own gravity relative to their energy? From what I can gather, gravity is more of an aspect of energy than mass.
The definition of matter is "anything that has mass and volume". Why doesn't the definition of matter mention anything about "time". Should time be mentioned as well since matter can't exist without it?
Also, If matter had its own SI unit, what would it be?
Edit:: a unit that could be...
Another far-out question/thought, since an electromagnetic wave consists of two forces (electric / magnetic), could the three dimensions of 3D space and matter be.. electric fields (x) magnetic fields (y), and time (z)?
Since a photon moves at c has 0 mass, and doesn't "experience" time. Would it "see" everything in 2 dimensions (a frame) .. and could you say it only exists in 2 dimensions?
Could matter exist without time?
By infinitely small, I meant, for example a cm^3 of space could be "cut" in half forever, without finding a medium or point of singularity. And the opposite: a cm^3 cube doubled forever without running out of space.
I was just wondering .. if you come to point where you can't divide space...