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Re: Opinions Of Time Travel

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Posted by nathan paquet/">nathan paquet on August 2, 1998 22:31:51 UTC

: : everything we no ove travels at the speed of time. if we slow down our self from moving at the speed of time, time will fly ahead of us. when we speed back up to the speed of time we will be in the past because present day will have moved past us sence we were not travling at the same speed. if we want to go to the future we must travel faster then the speed of time. : if we did go to another time we would create an alteanet time path. this would not happen if we weant into the future

I think that is a real possibility and sounds pretty on target. What I want to know is if you have any opinons on HOW to travel through time. As far as I have read only Einstein had the knowledge that would be relevent to build off of to make any headway into time travel. The only thing is that I have only read one sentance of his knowledge which was basically what I just said: He had the knowledge. E-mail any info or other sights that may go into more detail on how to actually go into the future(if you have the time)

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