Hey, Im new here. I know very little about advanced physics and the theory of relativity, enough though I suppose to disrupt my sleeping patterns and more than likely, severely expose my ignorance on the topic. Despite the ignorance, I find its a topic of deep thought a lot of the time when I should be thinking about other things. I thought of something this morning, that has probably been thought of before, I dont believe Im smart enough to ever think of anything ground breaking, and for a little conservation of energy pun, theres nothing new under the sun. Time = motion Since motion is variable, so is time. Consider the metaphor of light speed travel and the change in aging that would occur between the person traveling at light speed and the person not traveling at light speed. The person moving at light speed will not age as progressively as the person not traveling at light speed. In effect, the person traveling at light speed is in essence, motionless relative to the person not traveling at light speed. Since aging and the decay of ones body is due to time, and the the person traveling at light speed has for all practical purposes, not aged, time has stopped or at least slowed to a crawl for the person traveling at light speed. Which leads me to, time ultimately ceases to pass at light speed, any motion less than the speed of light is variable. The faster you move, the slower time passes, the slower you move, the faster time passes. Even in the most minute amount of motion will slow time. So since motion=time, time will be constant when motion is constant , and time will variate when motion has variation. And I guess under that rule, you could very well age differently than anyone and everything else on earth simply because your motion always variates relative to everyone and everything else, however minor the difference may be. Seems time could also have alternate levels or dimensions since theres always something youre in motion relative to. Multiple vectors of time? Then the question would be, do any of the planes of time get shared, or are they finite to the number of anything that currently exists in the universe and everything that has ever existed in the universe? Since matter can never be created or destroyed, then an objects plane of time never changes, just the manifestation in which something travels along it. Is any of this out of line? Why?