Science Fair: How to time travel

There isn’t a proof that time travel exists, and time machines haven’t been invented in real life, but time travel isn’t physically impossible, and finds support in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.
So, if we want to travel through time, all we have to do is spin around the Earth in a higher speed than the light. Then we would appear there before we left.

Another way of time travelling would be using a wormhole, but not any wormhole would do in this time machine project: it would have to be a traversable wormhole. Then, by using some kind of propulsion, we could accelerate one of the wormhole’s entrances and bring it back, causing a time dilation.

So who knows if we already have visitors from the future, who managed to use relativity, wormholes from other parts of the Universe, or improved the Tipler Cylinder?

Time travel

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~ by jefferickson on April 27, 2008.

6 Responses to “Science Fair: How to time travel”

  1. But how do we travel faster than the speed of light?

  2. You can travel forward in time. Got a freezer handy?

  3. Bad science. Option 1 is purely superficial (you would observe the light is all) and would not functionally work. Option 2 is a farce. This is presuming you could overcome the whole infinite energy to propel your mass, anyway.

  4. read ‘Hyperspace’ by Michio Kaiku

    if that doesnt interest you, read Calvin and Hobbes


  5. i meant Michio Kaku 😀

  6. short distance back in time It might be possible to travel a

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