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Re: Time And Faster Than Light Travel.

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Posted by Paul Rest/">Paul Rest on October 10, 1998 00:37:05 UTC

You really need to explain your theory more before we can comment on it. But C-plus travel, at least through real space and not some kind or warping or tunneling or somesuch, does not really seem possible. Plus we don't even know if a naked singularity can exist, that depends on the quantum effects at such small scales, which may completely override Einstein's theory of realitivity. Time travel if very tricky, probably impossible. For example, say you went back in time a century. Well first you'd have to somehow seperate yourself and your time machine from the general flow of time, that is remove yourself from our reality. If you didn't then you along with the time machine would disappear as time went back! This is all interesting stuff, but highly theoretical.


: We have a theory about how to go faster than light and how to travel through time. It involves getting a naked singularity, and we were wondering if this is possible. Is it?

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