posted on Jul, 13 2003 @ 07:59 AM
On the Grandfather paradox:
This is exactly what prohibits us from time travelling to the past, acording to most reputated physical theories time travel into the future is
perfectly possible, be it either in a primitive way, like achieving the speed of light or a rather big percentage of it and just allowing time to
pass outside or through wormholes and space-time disruptions, either would be possible would we have the technology to achieve it.
On the other hand most theoretic physicists believe time travel into the past is impossible because it is unconsistent with electronic sum of historys
(Feynman's theory) acording to this you wouldn't be able to change the past because it would clash with past reality, bearing in mind that the
simple act of traveling to the past is changing the past, past time travel goes puff.