pittsoccer33 wrote:if it is possible, it would be into the future.
if you left this time right now and reappeared in the future, that would not create a paradox. there wouldn't be a 2013 you and a future you, just the 2013 you that showed up in the future.
it is my belief that when we learn more about black holes and worm holes we will have a better understanding of this. it wont so much be traveling in time as it will be bending it.
Idoit40fans wrote:Even trafelling faster than the speed of light, you wouldn't be "time travelling" in a manor that anyone could perceive.
Rylan wrote:I hope so. Fly out to space at FTL then return at FTL. Time travel right there
Pucks_and_Pols wrote:Time travel is definitely theoretically possible by the laws of physics.
As you approach the speed of light, time slows down, so in that sense you could "time travel."
Will it ever be as simple as it is made out to be in the movies? That is a definite no.
I highly doubt we will see anything close to fictionalized time travel in our lifetimes or even in our great-grandkids lives.
That does not mean however that we should stop trying to advance our scientific understanding and technologies for future future generations.
Mr. Colby wrote:The pyramids weren't that hard to build... all they had to do was get like 150 people to pull the stone across a lubricated surface and then up ramps that they simply changed the angle of in order to get the next stone up
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