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Posted by Schnee on October 19, 1998 17:46:26 UTC

If one were able to find a way to enter the event hirizon of a black hole, then one could travel into the future, by the only means that he would not age and everything around him would, then by escaping the gravitational pull of the black hole (which you can't) you could pop out a few thousand years later or whatever amount of years later, although, getting back to your original time period is a problem, because you can't do it with a black hole. If you just wanted to dispense with using a black hole all together all you would have to do is travel the speed of light for a bit, time would almost stop moving for you, and time for everything else would remain constant, pushing you into the future of the eveolving universe as you didn't age, although, getting back to your time is not going to happen in this manner either, future time travel is a cake walk, reverse time travel is not so easy, I've been wondering and thinking of possible ways of reverse time travel since I was just a little tyke, with no avail. If anyone has any serious ideas on how this could be accomplished, please share them.

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