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The eminent British scientist Stephen Hawking, the most brilliant physicists in the world after Albert Einstein said it will be possible to travel in time, based on the theories of relativity, which ensures that as objects are accelerated in the space of time, the pace slows down for them, and a sudden stop time shrinks to negative values.
The author of the theory of space-time continuum rupture in said black holes in the documentary "Stephen Hawking's Universe," which still do not have technology to build a spacecraft capable of moving at a speed of one billion km / h (speed required for time travel) but it is possible to create a tunnel-shaped chamber of several hundred meters which will host a shuttle with ideal conditions to reduce the friction resistance during the movement (different from that in real space) to launch an object travez time.
A group of researchers from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, American University where he made 80 percent of NASA projects have begun to work with Hawking to carry out the shuttle.
TEMPO project intent is to send to the past and near future some objects present, who would go to the desert of Arizona. Items sent to past, from Boston (capital city of Massachusetts), will appear immediately in the desert several thousand kilometers from the exit point, and being sent to the future must appear on the destination seven days later time
Originally posted by Astyanax
reply to post by Arken
The Daily Mail article is actually an explanation of why it is impossible to travel backwards in time.