I was wondering what a bullet would look like to an outside observer traveling at near (.9999999 or so) the speed of light. Ignoring everything else and all the problems in it, if someone fired a bullet at you going almost the speed of light, would it actually appear to be moving quickly enough to kill you? Or would time slow down relative to the outside observer that it would be harmless? I don't know if I'm just spouting nonsense or not (I'm not the kind of person that can wrap my head around this stuff). Is it a clear answer or blurred? Thanks!