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Eientien said traveling back in time is possible but to the future, now thats really hard and you would like have to travel super super super fast to achieve the speed required so that time on earth goes at a faster rate than your own time and when you come back its like the future but as it is shown that nothing movies faster than light travleing to te future is deemed impossible O_O
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logain wrote:

...but as it is shown that nothing moves faster than light, traveling to the future is deemed impossible O_O


Theoretically not the case...Tachyons theoretically move faster than the speed of light...
Posted 4/3/07

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skygod333 wrote:

i would go back in time to either the civil war era or the world war 2 ear and march to glory...i would love to fight and die in either one of those wars


Are you sure that you didn't?

ya im pretty sure i havent since i currently am too young to even have been in the persian gulf war and no im not a riencarnation of a soldier.

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sheighton wrote:


logain wrote:

...but as it is shown that nothing moves faster than light, traveling to the future is deemed impossible O_O


Theoretically not the case...Tachyons theoretically move faster than the speed of light...


nu uh wikipedia says its theoratical (read imaginary)
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A tachyon (from the Greek ταχύς (takhús), meaning "swift, fast") is any hypothetical particle that travels at superluminal velocity. The first description of tachyons is attributed to German physicist Arnold Sommerfeld, but it was George Sudarshan, Olexa-Myron Bilaniuk[1][2] and Gerald Feinberg[3] (who originally coined the term) in the 1960s who advanced a theoretical framework for their study. Tachyons have recurred in a variety of contexts, such as the Bosonic string theory. In the language of special relativity, a tachyon is a particle with space-like four-momentum and imaginary proper time. A tachyon is constrained to the space-like portion of the energy-momentum graph. Therefore, it can never slow to light speed or below. To date, the existence of tachyons has been neither confirmed nor explicitly ruled out. Tachyon condensation is a procedure which can remove tachyons or tachyonic-like behaviour from a quantum field theory.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachyon


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ya im pretty sure i havent since i currently am too young to even have been in the persian gulf war and no im not a riencarnation of a soldier.


The second part was what I was referring to when I asked if you were sure that you didn't fight in one of those wars...To your response I will ask you, "How are you sure?"
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^ I read that and I infered that they are imaginary O_O
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Nope...Theoretical and imaginary are not the same thing...I mean if you think that, then your previous statement about Einstein's theories holds no weight, as they would also be entirely imaginary.

Merriam-Webster's 3rd definition for 'Theory':

the general or abstract principles of a body of fact, a science, or an art
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The second part was what I was referring to when I asked if you were sure that you didn't fight in one of those wars...To your response I will ask you, "How are you sure?"

how am i sure? well the only way for a warrior to ever return to earth in my opinion is if someone inherits their soul and im pretty sure that ive not inherited a warrior's soul. the soul of a warrior is restless and always needed for a fight and ready to fight.that is why the soul will find a new soldier to inhabit if they have potential to be a fine warrior and im not that far yet...not yet but soon
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^ are you trying to say to travel through time you will need a black hole, enough mass to fill the black whole, and then when black hole collapses with the implosion that ensues, rid that and you have enough speed to travel through time?

one main thing i see wrong with that all matter would be broke down in a huge area around a black hole. i think... you might be able to ride around the edge of a black hole and with a powerful enough engine use the black hole as a giant slingshot.

but i am interested on where you read that, could you post it here or send me the link to my account
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in the age of dinosaurs...and in world war...^^
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^not only are you necro posting you completely missed the point of the thread
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DoNotDisturb wrote:

98% it is true.....It passed all the test and yeah.
Just there isnt euff mass so they cant prove it....but you can just face it like a fact
i would go in to the past...I would take a gun and a TV with me and show it off to the Indians or something. They would think it is magic. then they would call me God
I love my imagination

To make a time machine- all you need is Speed+Mass- Focusing the Mass together in to a black hole and use another mass like a planet to track the black hole or that mass in----how do you explain in--- circles. Then with it circle up. You will have the speed to travel in time


That sounds like a weird theory... you can't "fill up" a black hole, because a black hole is not a tangible "thing" in the universe. It is actually a dent in time and space caused by an immense gravitational pull of a collapsed star. When a star dies, it can either blow up (supernova) or degrade in the form of a black hole (where its mass remains the same, but the area it occupies in space shrinks to an infintessimally small value). This causes an emmense gravitational pull that sucks everything, even light.

Anyway, if you look into space with a telescope, you're looking back in time. The farther you travel into the galaxy with a telescope, the farther you're moving back in time. Another view of the universe has us "time travelling" into the future as we live in the present.
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i dont think it is! but... if it was!. i would go to my past were i screw up in my school! teach my old self what i shouldnt do and what i should do! and warn the wolrd about the 9/11 the war in iraq. everything that i could tell them................



Freedan wrote:

It's like in Dragonball Z. Travelling through time will create another timeline. You might create a time where you kill Hitler and the world exists without him in one timeline but in yours, he still lived.

Anyway, if that weren't the case, I'd travel back in time and kill Bush before he ever got elected.


and that too.........
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i would go to the beginning, then i would go far far to the future. who knows what then? but if time travel were dangerous we'd already be dead, think about it.
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i would like to go to the future to see what i'm doing then.that would be cool and if i'm miserable then i could change it.
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