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Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/28/17

Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Which means that there are also timelines where time machines never show up. It doesn't mean they're impossible, they just never actually come into the timeline.


That's the logical conclusion but most people want to debunk something already considered impossible with logic that is equally as retarded


It's not impossible though? We already know how travel to the future. We just don't have the technology. But the idea is there
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Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/28/17

Zenpie wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Which means that there are also timelines where time machines never show up. It doesn't mean they're impossible, they just never actually come into the timeline.


That's the logical conclusion but most people want to debunk something already considered impossible with logic that is equally as retarded


It's not impossible though? We already know how travel to the future. We just don't have the technology. But the idea is there


How does one travel to the future ? Curious
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Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/28/17

Zenpie wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Which means that there are also timelines where time machines never show up. It doesn't mean they're impossible, they just never actually come into the timeline.


That's the logical conclusion but most people want to debunk something already considered impossible with logic that is equally as retarded


It's not impossible though? We already know how travel to the future. We just don't have the technology. But the idea is there


"considered impossible"
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Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/28/17

Zenpie wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Which means that there are also timelines where time machines never show up. It doesn't mean they're impossible, they just never actually come into the timeline.


That's the logical conclusion but most people want to debunk something already considered impossible with logic that is equally as retarded


It's not impossible though? We already know how travel to the future. We just don't have the technology. But the idea is there


hmm 4 words: Second law of thermodynamics

one equation: E=MC^2

almost impossible.
Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/28/17

fredreload wrote:


Zenpie wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Which means that there are also timelines where time machines never show up. It doesn't mean they're impossible, they just never actually come into the timeline.


That's the logical conclusion but most people want to debunk something already considered impossible with logic that is equally as retarded


It's not impossible though? We already know how travel to the future. We just don't have the technology. But the idea is there


How does one travel to the future ? Curious


Travel at the speed of light around an object. I think 1 year would transition to 10 years oldside
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17
Time is believed to flow only FORWARD due to thermodynamics and entropy.

As time flows forward the amount of disorder increases (entropy) and thus the energy state of the universe as a whole drops. (thermodynamics).

If this is true then time travel, at least to the past, may be impossible.


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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17

TheZaphod wrote:

Time is believed to flow only FORWARD due to thermodynamics and entropy.

As time flows forward the amount of disorder increases (entropy) and thus the energy state of the universe as a whole drops. (thermodynamics).

If this is true then time travel, at least to the past, may be impossible.




There are theories going around involving the future influencing the past and particles that supposedly "go back in time" not sure how much of it is just wishful thinking and clickbait but i have heard a few ramblings about the scientific community on such a thing.

Keep in mind whilst thermodynamics is true it's also possible there is a way around it that we as humans don't know yet though such a thing would fundamentally change human civilization as we know it if we discovered such a thing.



All that being said i highly doubt any of it personally.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17
well time machine parking spots are usually in designated spots only time machine users know of. and most time machine have cloaking abilities.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17
Considering the technology that would be necessary for human time travel, it is safe to say that strict precaution and advanced camouflage would also be implemented in such circumstance. Your initial statement is flawed in assuming we would find such technology if it had been present. There's also the possibility of parallel universes that cannot be dismissed.



I theorize we'll be wiped out by Skynet before then.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17

PrinceJudar wrote:

Considering the technology that would be necessary for human time travel


Are you trying to say you aren't human or that time travel is easier for other species?



it is safe to say that strict precaution and advanced camouflage would also be implemented in such circumstance. Your initial statement is flawed in assuming we would find such technology if it had been present. There's also the possibility of parallel universes that cannot be dismissed.



I theorize we'll be wiped out by Skynet before then.


I think you're misreading the OP.

He's saying if a time machine is ever to be built than we in the past should know about it because of the time travelers.

No matter what "strict" precaution or "advanced" camouflage is employed, if there was ever a point in time where the secrets were leaked, than it should be known throughout history because of the aforementioned time travelers.

His theory is only flawed if you believe there were time travelers living among us since the beginning of time. Which I highly doubt is the case.

EDIT: Forgot to add, your theory of strict precaution only works if it itself worked for an eternity and there was never a slip up at any point in time.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17

Magical-Soul wrote:
Are you trying to say you aren't human or that time travel is easier for other species?

I think you're misreading the OP.

He's saying if a time machine is ever to be built than we in the past should know about it because of the time travelers.

No matter what "strict" precaution or "advanced" camouflage is employed, if there was ever a point in time where the secrets were leaked, than it should be known throughout history because of the aforementioned time travelers.

His theory is only flawed if you believe there were time travelers living among us since the beginning of time. Which I highly doubt is the case.

EDIT: Forgot to add, your theory of strict precaution only works if it itself worked for an eternity and there was never a slip up at any point in time.


To the first, time traveling a human is going to be more complex than time traveling a nonliving object.

Why would there be a time where the secrets were leaked? I suppose I do not follow.
Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17
Time machines aren't possible because time, in the way most people mean when they talk about it, isn't real and is just our minds way to make sense of causality. There is no going forward and backwards, everything has already happened and is happening and is going to happen.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 7/28/17

HateKillingCamels wrote:

Time machines aren't possible because time, in the way most people mean when they talk about it, isn't real and is just our minds way to make sense of causality. There is no going forward and backwards, everything has already happened and is happening and is going to happen.





No but really I agree.
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