I would truely love to goto school full time as a physics student. If money were no option I wouldnt leave school till they had nothing left to teach me.
I remember reading a portion of string theory(forever ago) that basically theorized the "vibration" of strings is what made time happen. That lead me to wonder if temperature in relation to the energy state of things was related to time passing...that is, if something reached absolute zero, it ceased to exist, due to the string vibrations stopping. Perhaps that is the center of a black hole? All things seem to decay quicker at higher temps, aka higher energy states. Disclaimer: I have a very rudimentary understanding of the subject, probably only enough to get me in trouble with my thoughts.