Report I Think Time Dilation Semantics Are Incorrect? in Silly Claims Forum Posted August 3, 2017 · Edited August 3, 2017 by DaedalusSFN However, physical laws that use time as a reference work equally well for time reversal – going backward – a particle hitting another particle, generating other particles and emitting photons will work just as well running backward according to physics. We just have never experienced time reversal and this disconnect with the laws of physics seems to be a mystery. I've been writing about special relativity beyond the speed of light here for months, in Sanctus' master thesis about the CMB he refered to this on large supergravity scales as acausal symmetry.When I asked for evidence / references, I was referring to mainstream physics. I read some of what you have written and considering a frame of reference from the point of view of a photon or anything that moves at the speed of light is meaningless in the framework of relativity. From what I read, you still don't provide a mathematical framework that shows that "time dilation becomes radical at the Planck scale". Furthermore, just because a process exhibits T-symmetry does not actually mean it operates in a true reversal of time. It's just that the process can work in reverse. Of course, I have my own theory of time using a mathematical framework that extends relativity and demonstrates that time is simply a mathematical consequence of space, but I won't go into that here. I would urge caution before telling someone they are wrong regarding mainstream physics when your intent is to imply they are wrong within your own theories.