﻿ Audio Time Machine - Gonit Sora

## 29 Aug Audio Time Machine

Everything that we see is just due to the rays of light reflected from objects. Light from some source strikes an object and the object reflects it. When the reflected light rays come to the contact of our eyes we can see the object. So we can simply say that “Every time we see something, actually we see its past”. Because it takes some time for the reflected rays to come from the object to our eyes. Now suppose someone is standing in some position and he clapped his two hands. At that instant a wave front of light containing that particular event (clapping his hand) will start spreading over every direction with the velocity C (≈$3.00times 10^8$ m/s).If we consider that the man can move faster than light then if immediately after clapping his hands he starts running with a velocity greater than that of light. So at some time he will overtake the reflected light wave front and will be able to see himself. This means he will see his past. But our intuition says that this is not correct(although intuition may fail).