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Re: Travelling Into The Future Is OK .

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Posted by Galnew Einhaw on July 29, 1999 00:08:44 UTC


Time Dilation, under certain cicumstances, will produce time travel. Not in the '"Zap" your in the future' sense, but that you have taken five years, and are one hundred years in the future. If this isn't "time travel". You travel through time at a different pace. You can go one hundred years into the Earth's future by aging only five (say). Can you deny this? It is the same "where" as you are travelling through space as this occurs. There is no "Jump".

As for the grandfather paradox:

This does not mean traveling back in time is impossible. For all we know this may NOT be paradox, and know one has yet to solve it. Just as with the Twin Paradox (now we know that the physics in itself destroys this one). The same could be true. You can not just accept it because it is logical, as modern physics is not logical! If you think Quantum Mechanics is logical, WHEW!

Have to go to work, I'm not finnished yet though AAAAAHHHHH!!!

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