Is there any possible way of inventing a super video camera that films not just something current but also something from the past?
Suppose you have the super camera in a particular place that can film not just what is currently there but also what was there in that same place in the past.
Do you know what I mean?
How possible would be to invent a technology like that? What would be your best explanation or guess?
How would you explain it from the electronics or general science or occult science standpoint?
No, thanks. I'm not interested in seeing stars, planets, galaxies, etc
Just remember that talking about inventing a video camera in the 19th century and more time backwards was something that sounded crazy or impossible
No. But it would be great if it's possible to invent it
I'm sure skeptical people about this would also answer in a skeptical manner if you asked them in the 18th or 19th century if it's possible or not to invent something that can record both images and sound of the moment
No, thanks. I'm interested in something that can film something from a very long time ago. Not something from just minutes ago
- 1 month ago
short answer: no. There is no "residue" from light as far as we know, so there is no way to detect it from the past. But it's a cool creative idea after all.
- JASONLv 51 month ago
If you zoomed away from earth, faster than the speed of light, looking back at earth and collected the light
- FLv 61 month ago
All cameras record the past.
- TomLv 71 month ago
It will not be possible until we are able to figure out exactly what Time is. Several wave , dimension and Physical explanations exist for it and each would require a different solution. in either case, It, no doubt will involve some complex Physics dealing with the wave nature of reality and ways to tune into it.-----Indeed it would be the FIRST step in developing Time Travel Technology---First tuning into another time, and later actually be able to go there.--------Of course, with the GF Paradox problem, we may only be LIMITED to OBSERVING the past as it played out rather than being able to interact with it.-------The Video might be our only way to see the past.----I feel it CAN and will be done eventually.
-----A Possibility for example---Say TIME is US moving through a series of PARALLEL UNIVERSES, each one slightly different like the frames of a movie film. We can call these "frame universes" and one minimal "instant" of time makes ONE such frame universe. Now parallel universes may exist in the same space but at a "Different frequency" just as different radio stations share the same air. Also note that ALL matter is ultimately WAVES (Solidity is an illusion of opposing forces) Our matter waves are constantly changing in frequency so that we are continually tuning into one frame universe after another becoming a part of it and moving to the next---Thus TIME seems to "FLOW" for us.-------If we can learn to CHANGE the "frequency" attribute that controls what universe our matter is a part of, then all we would have to do to time travel is to change our frequency to MATCH that of a TIME FRAME universe in another time.-----Likely easier done with a CAMERA MACHINE----Send it to another time or tune it to a frame universe of another time, and then we can record or SEE events in another timestream.-------Parallel frame universes is just one of several TIME theories, so this is why we have to find which theory is the correct one if we plan to make a camera that can record in other TIMES.
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- 1 month ago
Sure in the future there may be some amazing new technology that allows that to be possible, but as thing are at the moment it's unlikely.
You should ask a question like this in the actual physics area of Y.A. where people are more likely to base their answers upon science and less on making up fanciful ideas.
By the way it is no point asking Pearl to explain anything, her minimalist answers are there strictly for the glory of having yet another two points to add to her massive and undeserved haul.
- JonLv 71 month ago
Theoretically possible but not practical. A camera of sufficient (but currently impossible) resolution placed far away enough could do that. E.g. one placed five light years away from Earth could now be filming images of events which occurred here five years ago.
- Gary KLv 71 month ago
Cameras are basically light detectors, so no - what you're suggesting is not possible. You are stuck with having to send the whole camera back into the past. And at the moment there is no good evidence that backwards time travel is possible. I like the idea though. Is this for a book?
- Jeffrey KLv 61 month ago
We have such a device. It is a telescope. When you look at Mars, you see what was there a few minutes ago. When you look at a star, you see it as it was years ago. When you look at the Andromeda Galaxy, you see it as it was 2 million years ago.
- MorningfoxLv 71 month ago
Not possible. The light from past events is long gone. It's not around any more for a photo, no matter how super the camera is.
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i dont think so