posted on Nov, 19 2018 @ 07:43 PM
You're talking about rewinding time and going back to change past events to alter future events.
The power requirements and the understanding of physics on that scale is beyond anything that we could even see or imagine.
You're not just talking about going back to change events on our Planet Earth, but you are also talking about rewinding the ENTIRE Universe to achieve
what you are talking about.
You can "time travel" (time dilation) into the future, that is very doable, and I could see through some mechanism that you could see past events in
some way such as some spot that Linear Time has been throttled done in space (think of the event horizon of a blackhole, extreme gravitational
effects), but being able to interact with it to change future events that have already occurred? Oh hell no.
Even if you were able to somehow capture all particles/sub atomic particles/every other physic related thing we are not aware of at the moment in
regards to all those past events that have already happened and put the Earth into a bubble of Space time outside of the normal Universe, what happens
when that device somehow breaks down? What happens when we go "out of sync" with the rest of the Universe? Do you branch off into an alternate
Universe? Is our futures and all events already set in stone so we cannot go back? Do you simply cease to exist if you attempt it? Does another
Quantum Singularity implode? Etc
Thinking of the possibilities of Past time travel and how to achieve it, what happens if you do achieve it etc makes one go insane because you have to
answer all of those questions being belted out in your head at the same time.
It's great to read and watch as fiction, but to put forward as something that is already happening?
Humans as much to young, our thinking and understanding of Science/Physics is barely a hundred years old, we are barely new born babies, and yet we
can already alter and control the very Universe we live in now?
I could not imagine it, at least not at the moment with the massive lack of knowledge we have.