"You can't exceed the speed of light" Ya so...forgive my ignorance but this question has been bugging me. Why is there a cap on the speed a particle/organism can travel through space? If there were a supernova on Alpha Centauri just at the second you were clipping your toenails, but both those things happened at the same time; the only thing keeping us from knowing that was that information hindered by the speed cap of photons kept us from realizing it. But that doesn't mean that the two things didn't happen at the same time, in kind of a universal objective space-time. Information will always exist independently of one's subjective capacity to receive it. Speed of light or not, that supernova happened just as you were clipping your toenails. Just because your great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandson was the only one to hear about it, once information in the form of light particles reached him, doesn't mean it didn't happen when it happened. So the only real limit in space is our means of information retrieval, which at the moment is dictated by the fastest known moving thing - photons. I don't see how that has anything to do with time, or aging.