posted on Feb, 10 2019 @ 11:55 AM
Well the simulation requires normal space-time to be folded back on to itself with a micro wormhole bridging the distance between the fold to
manipulate the time disparity between the two moments in time. Two very different complex manipulations of reality that have been oversimplified in
order to work. Let alone the complex calculations required to plot a future position to the present (or present to the past depending on your point of
To give an example of what I mean. Suppose you sit still in front of your computer reading this thread for the past five minutes. Which sets a fairly
fixed point and the simulation would have you move a few feet so you could appear beside your past self. Sounds simple enough. Except during that
timeframe the Earth has rotated, made a short movement around the sun, the sun itself has moved within our arm of the galaxy, the galaxy has moved
within the universe and the universe itself has slightly expanded assuming the Big Bang is true and still expanding. Our GPS coordinates have not
changed our seated position during that five minute window but our universal position has. And we have no idea of extra dimensional influences affect
our position in the universal or perceivable reality to aim the folds and wormhole. The distances between points in time may make it more complex as
the absence of your future self (or addition of yourself in the present) can have other influences such as subtracted (or added) mass changing
That goes beyond defeating the Grandfather Paradox. Your doubled self in the past can change your position in the future causing a miss in the
targeting calculations. Making it dangerously impossible to return to your future’s present from the past.
There is also the infinite loop to consider. Each exact moment of your arrival would generate another future you so we might end up with an Agent
Smith from the Matrix situation as reality is overtaken by replications of you squeezing out all room for other particles.