syrinx high priest, there you go repeating over again... As much as you duplicate your thoughts on these boards, should be enough proof that
worldlines exist lol. I'm sure there will be future reproductions from you as well.
Originally posted by syrinx high priest
Please refer to the many threads here and at other sites for the encyclopedia of theories that point to a hoax.
my personal favorites, because actual scientists that have read JT weigh in on the hoax;
Wow, theories that point to a hoax, yet it does not prove it is a hoax. lol
We want hardcore proof not theories.
The first link up there is a total joke lol. Just by reading the very beginning he says "wonder if our world as we know it has less than 15 years
One should know what direction he is going. He seems to dismiss Titor's worldlines, and can't get past his world of causality as he
Maybe physicists need to be more careful what they say in public.
Robert G. Brown states "you are just lucky I'm not a serious physicist"
or "I'm not really an expert in differential geometry or
say what ? lol ... this guy teaches at Duke University Dept. of Physics ? .... Thanks for the warning
Finally you have a link to Kaku.
It is funny Dr.Brown mentions Kaku saying, "However, I'd listen to Kaku, if nobody else, reason being some of "Titor"'s time-travel "facts"
sound suspiciously like they came straight from Kaku's Hyperspace."
Duh Dr.Brown... time-travel would need some kind of science to be based on lol. Kaku's "Hyperspace" is a book on theoretical physics that covers
Wormholes, black holes, parallel universes and time travel. Nearly everything is covered lol.
One should note: Kaku trashes quantum mechanics throughout the book lol.
Michio Kaku starts off on the Titor subject ranking civilizations by their energy consumption, in which by the way we have none to compare with except
ours !!! We've come up in energy uses in a remarkable time in just a couple of centuries compared to Kaku's billions of years example lol. Ranking
civilizations like this has to much room for error.
Kaku thoughts are probably influenced by Russian astrophysicist Nicolai Kardashev.
It was in 1964 that Kardashev theorized advanced
civilizations to be grouped according to three types: Type I, II, and III.
Because of the enormous amount of work done by theoretical physicists
within the last 5 years or so, Hawking has since changed his mind,
and now believes that time travel is possible (although not
Kaku refers to Hawking, who can't seem to make up his mind on time travel lol.
In the end though Kaku does say "Time travel may be possible."
That statement above, by itself should at least account for something. .