Hello, I have been wondering about this for a bit of time now, but forgive me for not being entirely clear with this, if that does happen. I once heard that the relativity of space and time is like a graph. If you are not moving in space, that does not affect your time, with space being on the Y axis, and time being on the X axis. If you do not move in time, you are moving at the speed of light, and I hope you can visualize what the line would look like on the graph that shows the relativity between space and time. So, I wondered that if you can hypothetically go faster than the speed of light, would you go backward in time? Yes, I know, there are all of these paradoxes, and that may make it impossible and confusing, maybe. But, it made me think of something. What if we could find some place in space that we could while we were in it, accelerate to a speed faster than the speed of light. If that were something like a tunnel, this is what would happen from what I thought of. If we were finally travelling at faster than the speed of light, when we hit the end of that tunnel, we would immediately go backwards in the tunnel, because once we hit the first contact with regular space, we would go backwards in space due to this explanation of The Theory of Relativity. Then, that same thing would happen when we got to the other side of the tunnel. If this was true, then we would be stuck inside the tunnel until we could possibly, if we could, slow down to slower than the speed of light. Thank you for reading, and I would greatly appreciate opinions on this.