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Re: Some Ideas On Time Travel

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Posted by Bobby on January 6, 2001 14:20:11 UTC

what about time travel in another way. not necesarily going to the future. but just making a long trip to say, another star, realy short.
doing this by worm holes, or hyperspace.

you can also use this to go in the past.

ill use a hill as an example. if space is curved like a hill, cant we tunnel through (use hyperspace) to get to where we wont to go in alot less time. couldnt this be a form of going to the past? if we want to get from star A to star B, adn flying through space would take us 10 light years, but if we shortcut through hyperspace, it takes us 1 or 2 light years. wouldnt that be reaching star B 8 years before we should have, in effect going 8 years in the past?

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