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What will be happened if people can stop time?

  1. CuriousLearner profile image60
    CuriousLearnerposted 5 years ago

    What will be happened if people can stop time?

    Today my student asked me this question.

  2. mintinfo profile image75
    mintinfoposted 5 years ago

    Everyone can stop time, if they die. Time is a series of bubbles, each an ever-expanding wave. The wave is the effect that it has on our perception of Time itself. The Earth is a Time wave which we have divided into measurable intervals called hours, minutes, seconds. But how is it a bubble if it is only ratating on its axis? Hour 24 is a different location in space than hour 1 was. The Earth is actually spiraling, not rotating.

    You can stop your own Time but you cannot stop the time for everyone else because the main Time waves are impossible to stop. They are the Earth's rotation, the Sun's rotation, the Galaxy's rotation and the mother Time bubble, the Universe.

  3. ibbarkingmad profile image83
    ibbarkingmadposted 5 years ago

    If time were to stop, theoretically speaking nothing would happen. Since time was not progressing there could not be anything that could happen. On the other hand, if time were to start again after stopping, there could be any number of things that could happen from matter falling apart or changing to absolutely nothing. Since we have no way of measuring time being stopped we have no way to know if it has ever happened.
    It is interesting to not that while we have not stopped time, we have observed time dilation. This is a scientific principle where time slows as compared to others when you travel at higher speeds. This has been observed in super sonic aircraft. Clocks and measuring devices actually moved slower than those outside of the aircraft due to the speed of movement.

    1. profile image49
      time stoperposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      very good answer

  4. Kevin Peter profile image71
    Kevin Peterposted 5 years ago

    If time was able to be stopped by people, all the people in this world would have become lazy.

  5. profile image49
    time stoperposted 4 years ago

    iv had a time stoping experience i was in my sisters room talking with her friend and my best friend  . we were cracking jokes having a good time . i had said something real stupid as i finished talking i realized everyone was frozen yet i was moving a bout freely it was very unsettling feeling like you gone to far and must come back .  then i herd my best friend say that was stupid but when i looked at him his mouth never moved it was like i read his mind this situation seemed to me to have lasted about a minute or more then just like speeding up a video tape even the sound everything slowly went back to normal and i looked at my best friend and said what do you mean that was stupid . his face went pure white and he was taken aback then was starring strangely at me. it was a very unsettling experience to have and creeped me out a bit but i have had other experiences of reading minds and precognition dreams that come true very often. but that by far exceeded them all hugely. i think that some people can tune their minds into making these things happen .

 
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