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Originally posted by jakflat1
reply to post by wonderworld
First, time has to actually exist as part of physical reality in order for there to be time travel. As time is nothing more than a human construct to help us interprete the world around us, there is no actual time that is part of physical reality, so there can not be any time travel. You can not go back in something that does not exist, and you can not go forward in something that does not exist.
David explains the technology of time travel in this video.
Our government was using this, but had to get rid of it before it fell into the wrong hands.
They put this tech in movies so that when people try to bring the truth to the public, they can say they are crazy... it was something they saw on a movie.
Originally posted by wonderworld
This can go hand in hand on whether time exists. Like an object traveling at high speeds ages more slowly than a stationary object. Meaning if you were to travel into outer space and return, moving close to light speed, you could travel thousands of years into the Earth's future.
Time does, absolutely exist.
We can bend and manipulate time (check out Synchrotron radiation ) and have described it mathematically and theoretically.
What this guy from the OP is describing is fictional.
Also, why does Tesla always get mentioned whenever someone wants to introduce some sort of secret, sci-fi sounding tech that they can't seem to actually describe.
What evidence is there that Tesla was even theorising about time travel? Surely he'd have come up with some equation or something.
Actually, what equation did Tesla ever come up with at all (except for his resonant coil equations, which were actually a subset of Maxwells equations from nearly 100 years before Tesla)?
edit on 16/7/2012 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)