posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 06:00 PM
The time travel paradox of going into the past; you would mess up the future. Well wouldn't you have already done that, so you actually didn't mess
up the future but you were suppose to go back in time?
But then you ask the question of going back in time and killing your grandparents then would you vanish?
This is how I think time travel is possible, but only on a highly protected top secret government project:
This is a hypothetical...please use an open mind...
I'm going to use the Ancient Egyptians as my time travel inventors...
Time travel can be invented by an idea, and a secret cover-up, that is heavily guarded and protected for millions of years, then when time travel is
invented, the time machine goes back to that location in time, following the ancient orders from those who invented the idea. As long as the same
group coordinates the plan for centuries and centuries, it should work.
Here we go...please read carefully...
***FYI, the man I describe below is part of the elite who already rule the land.
A man ponders the idea that millions of years from now, man will develope a contraption that could take humans back in time. But obviously that device
has not been invented yet.
The man is very wise and he understands the high level of risk involved with time travel, i.e. the paradox of killing your grandparents.
The man understands that time travel must be kept secret.
The man understands this must be kept in the confines of those in power in order to ensure maximum protection and control.
The man understands that he is living in the present time that humans from the future would travel in time to visit him.
So to lower the risk and to protect man kind from the paradox he understands that it must be kept very secret.
So the man picks a location that is so secluded and gaurded that no one can access the area. Say miles below one of the pyramids for example.
A special room, designated for time travel.
The man stats, "When time travel is invented it will be kept secret in this room. Thus in the future, man will travel back in time to this loaction
from this location."
So the man coordinates with the world powers that be and explain, "It is our duty to protect this room till the end of time and not let the secret
out, even if innocent lives are taken, the matter is life and death."
So if the room is protected till the end of time, and the secret is never let out, and millions of years into the future it is still guarded, then
when a time machine is developed...
Then wouldn't a time machine appear in the room as if proving the accomplishment of keeping it heavily guarded and top secret for millions of years?
If everything went as planned throughout the years of protecting the room and keeping everything top secret, then wouldn't the time machine appear as
soon as the idea is put into place?
Because if the room and the idea we're gaurded and protected at all costs, Then it would be safe to travel in time so the paradox would never come
THUS, you would never be protecting an empty room, it would always have the time machine in it. THEREFORE, you would've been protecting the time
machine the whole time.
This might be the top secret above top secret with in our world powers that be currently.
Let me know what you think, I've never heard anyone mention this before in discussion of time travel, to me it seems to be the only reasonable
scenario for time travel to be possible.
I ALMOST FORGOT
The group protecting the room would also be the ones who invent time travel and/or have close surveillance on all scientist around the world, and
whoever invents it first will be killed, and the time machine gets stolen.
In theory the room would just be a door to the future/past thats 's always open...
[edit on 19-1-2009 by game over man]