posted on Feb, 7 2008 @ 12:50 PM
I do not think the conventional concept of time travel is possible.
we are not standing still,
even when not moving our physical bodies.
we are moving,
add the speed of the earth spin and the speed of our solar system and add the speed of our galaxy spin,
man....just how fast are we moving?, and I didn`t even take into account
the speed of our galaxy orbit or universe spin and mabey more that we don`t know of.
what I`m trying to say is that we never ever get to touch the
same spot twice in our constantly moving journey through space and time.
once you under stand this you can see that time is everywhere all at once, in the moment.
time and space are not just relative.
....they ARE one and the same.
the natual function of a wave is to move ahead.
life and natures waves cannot move in reverse.
you can have reverse calculations but the process
still "Moves Forward" as far as wave propagation is concerned.
waves can be accelerated,amplified,reflected, dampened,halted,
reverse polaritized, um...well you get the drift.
but a wave cannot probagate in reverse..the process always
moves in a forward manner...like birth to death.....this is
a mathematical constant that you can count on.
now having said all that.
Another option might be a quantum leap of sorts.
2 devices at different locations(galaxy or point in the universe).
each device shares a common resonant frequency and wave signature
with the universal frequency.
or possibly just one device that is capable of resonating with
and tapping into a quantum string or superstring.
then just like the show "Stargate", you would simply walk through
it and instantly(non-linear) arrive at said location.
but this is still not time travel,more like dimensional .
because of the huge inter-stellar distances it would
almost appear as such,but only to the
observer, and depending on the point of observation.
this quantum stuff is mind bogling to say the least.
when you look at the night sky , you can see the depth
of space and time.
with the naked eye we can see little dots that are whole
clustsers of galaxies.
they and us are all at different points in space/time.
we can see it but its vision is from the past...
so we can see the past ? if so can we go there.?
no not really because if you go there and look back at us then we would appear now to be in the past. see?
distance is time is space...it needs one word to describe it all.
I love this thinking outside the box stuff....
even if your wrong it is still great brain food
and one must be wrong alot to truly learn.