posted on Sep, 19 2004 @ 08:52 PM
If you take any stake in the multiverse theory presented by many Physicists and Cosmologists alike time travel is completely possible. I don't think
your going to get any solid answers unless you just do the research yourself. I love Astrophysics and the like; its sort of a hobby, but I don't
feel the need to write out long mathematical equations on this board or long explanations about this topic. Its really interesting and enjoyable if
you research this material yourself as well.
One thing I will say is that there is no real solid evidence (mathematical or physical) that says one cannot travel back further than when the machine
was built. I have really never quite been able to understand the problem with this. In fact, there is an Astronaut (forgot his name) that has spent
the longest time in space traveling at a fast pace in the process. Because of this his body functions have acutally slowed down over 1 second than
every other human on earth. Not only him, but tests have been conducted with atomic clocks that prove the faster one goes the more time slows
down...so in essence...time travel is not only possible, but has already been achieved on a minor scale.
I would love nothing better than to talk in length on this topic, but without presenting you with over 20 pages of information and equations it would
not be possible to fully express my opinions on this subject. Instead, It would be more beneficial for the both of us if you just did some
research...its facinating stuff and will lead you into avenues you have never considered.
Remember, approach it with an open but skeptical mind. Don't take what physicists say as the full truth until you yourself do the research.
Theories change all the time, and something we thought was impossible 50-100 years ago (ie Superstrings, Quantum Mechanics, etc.) are now commonplace
amongst the scientific community.