I'm sure people have heard many times of faster forward time-travel, likely involving speed and or gravity, bending the fabric of space-time. But what I would like to know, is if it is realistic to think that not only can you change space-time with energy, but also with temperature, and in what ways?
In comes my theory (likely breaking some part of thermodynamics unless energy is provided), of how you can move faster in the whole of space-time given that your area of space-time has less movement and/or less energy relative to the space-time around yours. Think of how motion effects the motion of space-time, faster speeds means faster space-time relative to the whole of space-time.
This means that, your space-time if near 0 kelvin, would be moving slower than the whole of space-time, as seconds to you could be (depending on the temperature) 1:30 to the whole of space-time. Because of this, I now ask, why is it impossible to continually take energy from a space in order to reach 0 kelvin or lower? I know that, simply being at a lower temperature means matter at a higher temperature will give energy to lower temperature matter. I read this: http://www.physicscentral.com/explore/action/negative-temperature.cfm and it says "negative temperatures are warmer" and gives experimental evidence towards my theory that negative temperatures are like dark energy in the fact that it must be stabilized by it's positive counterparts.
One can only think, given the current subject, that it would also make your space-time move backwards, theoretically meaning that either, (1), your time would now be as though you skyrocketed through time relative to the whole of space-time, or (2) that your time would be equivalent to negative time to the whole of space-time.
I know gravity can effect space-time, same with motion, meaning faster forward time-travel is possible. But can 0 kelvin, meaning an extremely low amount of motion (as lower temperatures means matter/particles moves slower), invoke very low energy and energy capacity? If so, would negative temperatures invoke dark energy, and therefore a motion on those particles that is the same as kinetic energy, meaning time-travel through the space-time that the particles previously existed?
My mind considers this possible, only because it is in terms of math, including the fact that energy must be taken from something to be given to something. I want to contribute to a possible way of doing time travel if we can reach below 0 kelvin with conservation of energy in mind, considering anything dark so far has needed a non-dark form to stabilize.