Hisham Forster asked:
Einstein's theory of relativity describes how time seems to go slower at near light speed.
But, if I were to be inside a train that goes at the speed of light (impossible, i know) and i had a TV screen to see my other 'twin' that is observing me from outside, would he see me like "heeeellllllooooooooo bbbbrrroooooottthhhhheeerrrrr" like really slow? and, if that is true, then would I see him really fast?
If both are true, wouldn't the train no longer be travelling at the speed of light because it has to make everything slow, hence also travelling slower? Wouldn't this be a paradox?
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Let's say you were traveling 1m/s slower than the speed of light while making your historic broadcast...
It would still be boring starbuck1963, Wed, 2nd Oct 2013
The screen would be filled with endless repeats of The Great Escape, The Sound of Music, Morecambe & Wise, Andy Williams, The African Queen....Good heavens! It's happening right now! alancalverd, Wed, 25th Dec 2013