Chasing the edge of the universe?

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Since we know that Information gets more and more dense the slower time gets, and that if you were to slow time to less and less units of time, than exotic particles will start forming and annihilating each other completely randomly (known as the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle), than I query, would the same be true if you were to, instead of slowing time down, speed time up, perhaps, past the speed of light, than then, would "exotic" particles form and annihilate each other as well? And if that were so, would the "density of Information" present when you slow things down be also reversed, in that, the faster you go the less information is there? And finally, I'd query, that if you were to go so fast, faster than the expansion of the Universe itself, would you as we know it, be turned into "nothingness" and instead form new particles that would soon annihilate itself?

If I appear as incredibly stupid, I must say I quite am, I'm only mildly educated in regards to cosmology and even less so on physics. To be quite frank, I didn't want to ask these questions to a less "informative" congregation.
 

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