I was thinking about the theory of relativity and how the faster we go the slower time goes and the smaller we become which evens out the equation for speed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Distance / Time = speed

Correct me if im wrong but what i see from this is, as we go faster time slows down and distance decreases which keeps the speed of light at a constant to the person in motion. So 1 second in the equation becomes, .9 seconds as we go faster. And as we get up to the speed of light, time becomes 0 and the distance is 0 in the equation. So using this cant we go the other way, and go slower to the point that 1 second is longer and our distance is larger? Maybe even calculate what a truely stationary object would be?

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# The opposite of the limit of light

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