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We all know that the speed of light is 299,792 kilometers per second which equal the speed of time which means time and light have the same speed, ...
...so we as humans are living under the laws and boundaries and restrictions of time we canít move and run at the speed of time because speed of time equals the speed of light and the speed of light is called massless speed ..
..a speed that has no mass that means no flesh no bones and if a human tried to run as fast as light his heart would explode and his body will be cut to shreds so folks donít try this at home.
Now what if we could move to the speed of light and our bodies could endure it, ...
That's a meaningless statement. There's no meaning to "speed of time". Therefore in no sense in relativity can it be said that light has the same speed as time.
Also another meaningless concept. There's also no such thing as "massless speed" in relativity.
That can't be said either. Since matter can never move at the speed of light that matter can never be shredded. Besides in the rest frame of matter the matter is the same as it would be in any other rest frame. The point is that there's no frame in which matter is at rest where that frame moves at the speed of light relative to another frame.
have the wrong idea here. The whole idea of special relativity is that all inertial frames of reference are the same.