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"In a laboratory in the United States, the first real attempts to travel through time are being planned. A professor at the University of
Connecticut at Storrs, Dr. Ronald Mallett, has been obsessed with the notion of time travel since he was just a child.
His life's goal is founded in his past, when as a boy, he first read H.G. Wells' science fiction novel The Time Machine, which suggested the
prospect of returning to the past to save his father who died at just 33, when Mallet was 10.
Now he believes he has found a way to make time travel possible - on a circulating beam of light. He is working on a project to move sub-atomic
particles forward through time using lasers; if he succeeds, it will be a milestone in science and will open the door to the possibility of a machine
that will transport people into the future.
Mallett has acquired scholarly fame recently with his published theories on time travel. Time is relative to space and velocity. This concept is
difficult to grasp, but it has been supported by experiment. Travelling close to the speed of light will slow a clock, even an atomic clock. Likewise,
a clock outside our atmosphere, far from any gravitational pull, will run faster than a clock on earth. Therefore, if an artificial gravitational
force were created, time travel would, in theory, be possible
Dr Mallet completed his doctorate in general physics with the title "Quantum Theory in a (3+!) de Sitter Universe" at Pennsylvania State
University, and has published in the areas of the classic and quantum theory of black holes, relativistic astrophysics, and quantum cosmology.
Currently, he teaches as a full professor at the University of Connecticut. He explains to us that his work on gravitational theory in based on "the
exact solution to the Einstein field equations," and that the "solution has been used to study the Hawking radiation of evaporating black
His research interests are gravitational theory, based on an exact solution of the Einstein field equations, which combines the effect of mass
loss due to radiation with the de Sitter inflationary geometry. That solution has been used to study the Hawking radiation of evaporating black holes,
as well as the effect of radiation from the shells surrounding false vacuum bubbles on the evolution of these bubbles.
The evolution of false vacuum bubbles is an important topic in the study of the very early history of the universe. Ongoing investigations address
topics in quantum cosmology - the application of quantum mechanics to the universe as a whole. The quantum evolution of the universe is usually
described by the Wheeler-deWitt equation. The probability density associated with the wave function of this equation is, however, not positive
definite. A new wave equation for the wave function of the universe, in which this problem is removed, has been found. This result suggests that the
universe may have been created with two possible states.
If this is true, then it looks like Dr Mallet may well be the person to explore both states."