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Originally posted by Jamuhn
good point, philosophically speaking, and under the common perception as the universe being the only thing in existence, shouldn't traveling in the past be easier than the future, since the past has already existed and the universe probably knows what its structure was assuming the universe itself is conscious. Aren't there something called time trails, i know I've heard that somewhere?
If somebody did come back from the future, I doubt they would try to have any affect on the time. Somebody changing something in the past could have no idea that they would have even been born in the future, so if they are here, they are just observing.
time travel is impossible, and will be until some one discover the way to do it!! until then ,,,it is impossible!!
i think i am not wrong about this, but i think its because relativitie theory of einstein that science claims that nothing can move faster the light...
So how have nasa proven that time travel to the future is possible,
With two atomic clocks and a plane. The theory has been proven.
Astronaughts always some back to earth younger than earth time. 1/100 a second but younger.
Originally posted by popeye0314
Hmmmm. O.K. Im kinda simple minded, but if you were to leave today and travel back in time to say 50 years ago, wouldn't you find yourself in space...floating....saying "oh, now were did that earth go". Or are you talking about skipping branes and doing the trans-universal thing? Oh yea watch out for those black holes and ummm stars, I would hate to find myself in the middle of one of those.
Originally posted by Don Armageddon
Ah, nicely done. Indeed, some way of compensating for planetary (and galactic) shift would be required so that you show up in the desired spot. Of course, if one can manage to send themselves through TIME, I'm almost positive it would be a far simpler matter to move through SPACE as well. I think the creation of a space-transporter (e.g. teleportation) would necessarily precede any time-travel technology.