|MadSci Network: Physics|
If an object vibrated with a 149.535 micron ampitude at 1 trillion Hz, its atoms/molecues would be moving at 299,700 kilometers per second, around 999/1000 the speed of light. At that speed, time for the object might slow down enough so that when it stops, it would have traveled a significant amount of time into the future. (granted the object doesn't shatter, and you could get it to vibrate at that frequency) Would that really happen?
Re: If an object vibrated at 1 trillion Hz, would it travel into the future?
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