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thanks man take it easy on me its my first time
what about when Albert Einstein refused the quantum mechanic theory saying GOD doesn't play dice with the universe
that's all sound great, but ill take Einstein's choice over yours if that's alright with you, you made some valid points and i'm welling to accept some of them to some extent, and remember in my theory i said this is just a wild theory. and what you mentioned about space being god i tried to look that over but i couldn't find a reference for it could you provide me with a reference please thanks for your comment i found it to be refreshing 
Imagine with me if we can move as fast as time what will happen, time will get slower and slower and when you reach to its speed times stops for you [/size][/font]This seems to be talking about some type of time dilation. I can see a couple of problems with this speculation:- If you wish to make some changes in the frame of reference of Earth, moving very rapidly relative to Earth will make it appear to someone on Earth that time is moving slowly for you, and you are aging slowly.- But from your viewpoint, everything is happening at the usual rate, so you aren't long-lived at all!- From either frame of reference, if you are moving very rapidly, that gives you little visibility of what is happening on Earth, and little opportunity to change it in a controlled way.]Quoteat the very least we can change the course of time[/size]Time travel has always been a favorite topic of science fiction (some of them more serious than Terminator or Doctor Who), because then you can dream up all sorts of mayhem in which to engage.[/size][/size]But so far, anything more than unidirectional time travel has remained out of our grasp; some claim that it is impossible, as it would violate the principle of Causality (which seems to be a good principle, in the absence of a time machine or faster-than-light warpdrive).
at the very least we can change the course of time
... and what you mentioned about space being god i tried to look that over but i couldn't find a reference for it could you provide me with a reference please thanks for your comment i found it to be refreshing 
Pantheism is the belief that the Universe (or nature as the totality of everything) is identical with divinity, or that everything composes an all-encompassing, immanent god. Pantheists thus do not believe in a distinct personal or anthropomorphic god.