I know that with todays knowledge, nothing can travel faster than light and nothing with mass can travel at the speed of light. I say with todays knowledge because physics is a living science which changes as new discoveries are made. Some of Einsteins findings overturned Newtonian physics. Perhaps, some day, far in the future, someone elses theories will overturn Einstein. I want to hear if there is any logic to this idea. Imagine that you are in an infinitely large movie theater. When a certain frame occurs, you decide to stop time and move farther away from the movie screen and start time again. Because the light needs an infinitesimally small period of time to travel through the space, would it not appear that the same frame in the movie happened again to the observer? Now, i know im breaking boatloads of rules, like stopping time. But in a similar vein, what if the observer could travel faster than the light being projected from the movie screen? The frame in the movie would occur; the observer would travel faster than light to surpass the frame, then turn around and watch the frame pass him again. This is all just theoretical, seeing as how we are nowhere near traveling even close to the speed of light, let alone faster than it, if it is possible at all... In theory, does my idea make sense?