Dodge Posted April 28, 2008 Share Posted April 28, 2008 If I flew in a plane that, for example, could travel at light speed, due west, I would cross time zones faster the hours would advance, right? So say I flew from VA to Japan -- I'd have to turn my watch back several hours. If I continued to fly due west and I had to keep turning time back, why wouldn't I turn back the date every 24 hours? I'm trying to figure out how this works. Thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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