posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 03:28 PM
Speaking of Einstein, his theory of relativity suggests that travelling forward in time is theoretically possible.
The theory of relativity is that time itself is relative. So the faster you go, the slower time moves for you. If you were somehow able to move fast
enough, seconds or minutes that pass for you would be days, weeks, months or years for everyone else.
But that is also where E=MC2 comes into play. Energy = Mass x Speed of Light-squared. This means, the faster you go, the more mass you have. And thus
the more energy you need to maintain that speed.
Now the OP's theory on time travel isn't so much time travel but suspended animation. It's like when you are sleeping the conscious parts of the
brain become inactive and the subconscious parts of the brain take over. So when you sleep for 8 hours at night, it seems like far less time has
In a state of suspended animation, you would basically be placed into an induced coma and kept alive and healthy by machines until you got to your