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Is time travel possible?

Is time travel possible?

Yes! So-called time travel is theoretically possible in theory. It entails slowing down the travel of an object due to some change in its position over time. Basically everything about an entity depends on its current state at a specific time, be it present or in the distant past, future or present. If we can time travel back to our early years then the objects with whom we have formed a relationship would exist in a time before we were born.

Is time travel possible according to the theories of special relativity?

According to special relativity time travel cannot be done as it violates the space-time continuum and thus time and nothingness. According to quantum mechanics’ time travel is a possibility only if one can somehow influence the reference frame of that entity. This is precisely what is meant by a time machine in that it is a device to give you back your time for doing whatever you want.

How is time travel possible using a time machine?

A time machine creates a tunneling effect which sends out laser pulses in thin air. The pulses interact with the atoms of the substances and time travel back in time. We have a number of ways in which the atoms of certain substances can be altered. Some alterations are subtle while others are quite obvious.

How is time machine time traveling possible using curved time-like curves?

In general a time machine travels in curved time-like curves. Curved time-like curves always find themselves following a curve which is tangential to the time machine’s journey. This is why it is so hard to create time machines out of curved time-like curves. If such a device could be built then perhaps time travel could be possible.

How do clocks work?

Clocks tell time by following a set of rules. One rule says that the clocks spring forward and then fall back. Another rule says that clocks will move in a curved path. Thus the clocks stop at a given point and will continue traveling in a straight line until they collide with an external source of time such as a passing cloud or an clocks springing disk. When this happens, the clocks tend to tumble and then continue to travel in a curved path.

Why bother with all of this stuff?

Because, the physicists believe that time travel may not be completely impossible. They theorize that it may be possible with an infinite mass. An infinite mass would have no gravitational pull and time would run in a different way. Physicists aren’t sure how time travel with an infinite mass works but it might be similar to what happens when you go to college after high school. You took a lot of time traveling through a time machine, and then you went to graduate school and college.

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