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Re: Time Travle Trough A Black Hole

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Posted by Topher#1/">Topher#1 on December 29, 1998 02:58:20 UTC

I beleve Enstines theroy of timespace travle. But sinch time and space are both curved. I beleve you can space and time for more than a half of a second and travle at any speed you wish. Therefore the fast you go. The farter back in time you go, becase you can't go into the futer(I can't spell good) becase it is ever changeing. One more theroy of mine is that you could go at the speed of light, which is to fast for any thing to travle, but you could cicle the sun back counterclockwhis. And slow down time, now every thing on Earth will be frozen in time forever how long it lasts. Topher#1

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