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Time Travel, the mechanics.
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I've seen a thread somewhere around here about what you would do if you could time travel (…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Eystein, Sep 27, 2011.

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Eystein, replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Wow that's awesome. I got a nerdgasm just by reading it. =D Makes more sense now, thank you."
Sep 27, 2011
Kaytt Ryan replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"WORMHOLES YO   though I don't think time travel could ever be very accurate, you know, doctor who or prisoner of azkaban style."
Sep 26, 2011
Chris replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"I don't think that time travel (backwards, the interesting direction) within the same universe is possible. There would be too many paradoxes that the universe wouldn't seem to allow. However, if the many worlds interpretation of quantum…"
Sep 26, 2011
Vertigo_One [Ops Mod] replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"when you travel the speed of light you actually feel no time compared to everyone else   Just to be clear, its not just feel. Its actually experience. Physically, less time passes for you."
Sep 26, 2011
Paul Barton replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Einstein's special theory of relativity is kind of complicated, so I can't really explain it. But according to his theory, which has been proven many times, when you travel the speed of light you actually feel no time compared to everyone…"
Sep 26, 2011
Eystein, replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"The nearest star is 4.5 lightyears away right, so from our perspective a photon would spend 4.5 years in order to reach us from there... But how much time does it take the photon to reach us from it's own perspective? Do you know? Or put…"
Sep 26, 2011
Rachael M Williams replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"I've thought about this subject a little, and it occurrs to me that the safest way to time-travel, without messing up millions of tiny balances and changing history/future-history, the best way to time-travel would be with our mind (not sure…"
Sep 26, 2011
Eli V replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"The Voyager space probes were much faster than the shuttles, and I'm fairly certain that the Saturn 5 rockets were, too."
Sep 25, 2011
Paul Barton replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"What I meant to say was theoretically easy. Every time we move at high speed we actually go into the future a little bit, although most of the time it is not measureable. I think the the space shuttle is the fastest thing to date, and the astronauts…"
Sep 25, 2011
Rachael M Williams replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
""All you have to do is go really fast, like almost the speed of light." What you're saying here about traveling really fast could have some merit, the only thing is that though scientists may be able to calculate how fast…"
Sep 25, 2011
Latch33570 replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Invent the flux capacitor already."
Sep 25, 2011
Paul Barton replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Time travel to the future is relatively (Einstein pun) easy. All you have to do is go really fast, like almost the speed of light. What will seem like a short amount of time for you will be a longer amount of time for everyone else. So When you stop…"
Sep 24, 2011
Lindsay Baker replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Another possibility is faster than light travel, although this would be more one way rather than being able to move back and forth. The same goes for types of stasis that a person can be put into. I would look more toward dimentional jumping for…"
Sep 24, 2011
Lindsay Baker replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"Not necessarily. It is possible that a wormhole could be found closer. There are theories that wormholes have exsist on our own planet. For example, it is one of the theories behind the Bermuda Triangle. The issues that leads to the disapppearances,…"
Sep 24, 2011
Latch33570 replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"I dont know how it would work, except maybe with wormholes, but it would have to travel in space as well. We are always moving around the sun,galaxy, in the ubiverse. good luck."
Sep 24, 2011
Eystein, replied to Rachael M Williams's discussion Time Travel, the mechanics.
"I have no idea, but I imagine a primitive form would be a simple portal machine which can only open a path to itself  but in another time. It's operable time interval would then be from the day it is created to the day it malfunctions."
Sep 24, 2011

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John Lennon's 'Imagine' is a well loved song. Which is strange when you really think about it. In this song, Lennon paints a very clear picture of a communist world. 'Imagine there's no heaven... Imagine there's no countries... And no religion too...Imagine no possessions...Imagine all the people/ Sharing all the world' (1)

It's a wonder that this song is so well loved, as it was released right in the midst of the Cold War(2). Perhaps it's…

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