Ingredients needed: A very fast plane.
Here’s the hypothetical situation. Let’s say I leave Malaysia at 6am in the morning. And my plane travels at the speed of time, westward.
Whoa. How does that work? Travelling at the speed of time?
Well since time as we know it is defined by man, and since we define it using the GMT system, the plane would really just need to travel at that GMT speed. So in other words we trap ourselves at 6am.
And there we go flying around the world.
Whoa – you’ve made human time stand still – although your biological clock is still ticking away.
Then here’s where it gets complicated. I’m still trying to figure out whether this really happens.
Supposed I travel at the GMT speed. And then I reach the international deadline. How fun. What happens at this point?
I assume we will travel into the future. It’s still 6am but the next day. All in the space of a nanosecond.
And voila – time travel!