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Physicists have developed a new mathematical model that shows how time travel is theoretically possible. They used Einsteinís Theory of General Relativity as a springboard for their hypothetical device, which they call a Traversable Acausal Retrograde Domain in Space-time (TARDIS).

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What do you think about time travel? I personally think that it's quite possible after reading this.


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Re: New Research Shows That Time Travel Is Mathematically Possible
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2018, 08:01:36 AM »
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meh...  Mathematically possible & reality can be worlds apart...  The past and it's people are dead and gone, the future hasn't been created yet...  Parallel worlds or universes would be a more likely possibility.

In the article it states that they would need exotic materials which have not been discovered yet...  Just a bunch of BS to justify their BS jobs in my humble opinion.  There are far better things to spend our time and money on.  Improving our planet, and bringing back lost technologies would seem to be better projects to me. 

Satellites were around before space travel, and near as I can tell, that is the most significant thing that has come from the trillions of dollars spent on the space program, and only represents an extremely tiny fraction of the money wasted.  Show me another human life sustaining planet, and then maybe we'll have something worth talking about. 

Recreate Tesla's vision of free wireless power for the world, free and unlimited fresh water for everybody and every purpose, modes of safer, faster, and cheaper personal transportation that everybody can afford, and don't require fossil fuels or create pollution (NOT SOLAR PANELS!!!).  100% reliable but free ways to heat and cool people's homes and vehicles.  Reinvent gardens so that people can grow all the fruits and vegetables they'll need, year round in a 10'x10' space, even for a large family, or maybe for their neighbors.  Reliable renewable energy that doesn't require solar panels, batteries, or huge investments.  Harness the power of the sun in better ways than solar panels.  All of these things are possible with current and past technologies, and cheaply.  We just need to eliminate corporate and stock market greed from the picture.

Water was transported hundreds, maybe even thousands of miles, up hill and across mountains without the need of electricity or gas engines.  Houses and entire structures were heated and cooled without fire, fuel, or electricity.  Computers, cellphones, and the internet are great advances, but an affordable and self sustaining world would be a much greater, yet fully acheivable accomplishment.

I'll take people like Archimedes, Tesla, Edison, Ford and the like, people who have really contributed to the betterment of society, in actual physical  accomplishments, not just in theories.  Big money doesn't want new innovations that could obstruct or even curtail their money flows.  Big money's best interests are the exact opposite of the best interests for the masses.  The worlds great inventors and innovators ignored such naysayer's, and accomplished the seemingly impossible, yet most of them ultimately got screwed over by big money, but they made their marks, and proved the naysayer's wrong. 

The Pogue Carburetor invented in the 1930's got 200 mpg with nearly zero emissions, it caused oil stocks to crash, and big oil prevented it from becoming mainstream.  They even introduced lead into the gas to prevent it from running efficiently.  Big money will do whatever it takes to keep us slaves, and will continue to do so until there is a revolution to topple them.  Forget rocket science & time travel theories, give me a Pogue carburetor, or a vehicle that runs on hydrogen that you just fill up with water occasionally...