In Response To: Re: A stupid theory (charybdis)
: Yes, but the first time around (before the Forerunners reset the Galaxy) the
: Halo's wouldn't have been there. What if the Forerunners came long after
: the Humans and Covenant died off? When they reset time the Halos would
: have still been there from the last firing, since they wouldn't be
: included in the reset. (The halo was pointed at the Galaxy, so I'm
: assuming that it is immune to anything it fires) This would mean that time
: has been changed, as the Covenant and the Humans would have never
: discovered the dormant flood the first time around. Thus, that would end
: any repetition that may arise.
: If it is a device to reset time, then it has been used. Spark said that the
: Halo had been fired before.
: It would destroy all Sentient life in the Galaxy if Time was reset, though.
: Everything would be microbes and fish with feet if it sent the Galaxy 15
: Billion years back. The Forerunner didn't want to destroy the Flood for
: whatever reason; so how exactly, if the beam on Halo fires off a Neutron
: type wave, would the Flood survive?
i just of another time travel time thing, and it really makes sense. in a science book i read that if something traveled faster than the speed of light then it would go FORWARD in time. In the opening cinimatic of the game Cortona said the Pillar of Autumn was traveling faster than the speed of light speed of light. So the Pillar of Autumn had to travel through time thousands of years, and the humans could have been the forerunner cause they found the flood and built halo and that would be why the moniter recognizes you because you are human and another marine could have fired halo that looked like you in battle armor. and that would be why there alot of things on halo that relate to humans and show human evidence. now someone try to disprove that.