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Time Travel Via Black Holes And More

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Posted by Bobby on January 4, 2001 00:43:00 UTC

this forum is very interesting i must say. and i must also say im just a high school student working of a time travel report (mainly on going to the future). wondering if you guys could give me a push in the right direction.

this is what i know;
time travel is possible.

the ways i've discovered thorugh miscelanouse research and what not is that, by traveling at or beyond the speed of light, time moves at a slower pace. so if you where to travel at the speed of light through space for many years you wont have aged much, effectivly putting you in your future. i've also learned this can be done via black holes.
lets say you came up to a black hole, and as time and light travel across the black hole, if you can go around it you can get to the other side before your place in time crosses it thhrough the middle.
also through wormholes (2 black holes connecting to diffrent parts in space and time, right?) by gowing through a wormhole you can get out on the other side in a diffrent part of space and time.

i know this is vague, it is even for me. but any feedback would be great. and if anyone knows good helpfull (i spent 4 hours researching online adn found almost nothing) websites that would be great too.

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