In relativity, it says that faster you approach the speed of light, the more things slow down. Is this on a sensory level, or actually, physically slow down? I mean, if light were "outside" time, then it wouldn't truly move, would it. We couldn't say light had a speed because it does not have a time. Rather than actually physically slowing down, everything would seem to slow down, or so it seems. That the relativity is just that- how everything would appear relative to being on a thing going so fast. That you would be behind a thing and past it and if your consciousness had the "frame-per-rate" to comprehend what goes between one nanosecond and the other, that thing would appear to be totally still, as if it hasn't moved because what makes an appreciable movement between one nanosecond and the next? At the same time, going fast as the speed of light and consciously assessing things at that speed are two different things. Even if a human were to go that fast, they would not be able to conceive of the trip on a fluid moment to moment basis. It would appear as, throughout the trip, the video was being pieced together with photos ten minutes apart. Maybe hours, Maybe months. Do I have the right idea?