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Posted by CL on November 5, 1999 00:53:31 UTC

I just wanted to know your opinion on time travel (to the past). Based on your seemingly superior knowledge of physics, do you think there is any way possible?

i.e. Tippler cones and all that stuff....... and one more thing, do you know what I'd be talking about if I mentioned those equations that allow for a light cone to tip in such away that your local future becomes your global past, and all you have to do is "catch up" with it? It depends on 3 things, 1: the universe must be curved and closed, 2: the universe has to rotate at a high rate of speed, 3: the light cone must be a fair distance from the rotational axis of the universe. If you have no idea what I mean, let me know and I'll explain better.

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