Idoit40fans wrote:Even trafelling faster than the speed of light, you wouldn't be "time travelling" in a manor that anyone could perceive.
Nobody really knows what will happen if you manage to travel faster than the speed of light. I am not saying that it is impossible, but the amount of energy it would take to move a human mass to those speeds is near infinite. Now:
if you can manage to break down a human mass, disintegrate it into a near weightless state, propel it through time and space, and somehow put it back together at its destination, you just might be onto something there.
But as to your point, yes, moving even close to the speed of light would not be like the fictional time travel in our books and movies. It would be more like "time-skipping" than time travel.