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Re: Time Travel Via Black Holes And More

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 6, 2001 03:30:39 UTC

I am sorry to say I think you are making too many
assumptions. I am not sure that time travel is possible. I don't belive that time actually exsists in the way you are viewing it. Some questions to ask yourself maybe how would your perception of time be affected if you exsisted in a region of space in which no light energy exsisted. Also if look a time from the perspective
of other things in the universe hows does inert
matter reckon time. for example what if you accelerated a rock to greater than the speed of light what effect would it have on the rock.
Some material you may want to look at are Stephen
Hawkings "A brief history of time" ( i like what
Mr.Hawkings suggestion that since no one has traveled back in time it probably won't happen)
also check out "Asimov on Numbers" by Iassc Asimov


Later Edward

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