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Re: Opinions Of Time Travel

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Posted by R.B./">R.B. on April 18, 1997 15:39:26 UTC

A Quasar is 60 billion light years away. Right now on that quasar the are watching us enter the Cenozoic era. If they had a device to see well enough than they could watch us right this second 60 billion years ago. If someday it is possible to travel many many many light years we might be able to view earth as it was a long time ago. Is this somewhat right?

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