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Re: Time Travle Trough A Black Hole

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Posted by jeff tyma/">jeff tyma on February 3, 1998 03:56:25 UTC

: : I beleve that time travle is very posible like Enstine's theroy : : that if you grt a rocket that can reach lightspeed : : times that force exerted on the rocket from the black hole : : you should be able to fly through the black hole and : : cancle out spetiiteficaton and fly through the singularty : : and into the omni zone where the other six uninverses : : exeist and if you are going fast enough you should : : be able to go through the hole and show up in another part of spacetime : : but he also said that if you get a whole bunch of stars : : into one place were they compact that when they make the : : black hole get a planet in the grasp of the black hole : : to let the black hole conect almost to the planet twisting the hole : : and each time you twist the hole is another year you can : : go farther in time so you can fly through as many times you want : : to go into as far in to the futer as you want but you : : can not go back in time past the before you made the time : : warp or "Wormhole"

: : That is my opinion what is yours? write me your opinion.

Ok first in order to reach the speed of light you would not be able to use a rocket. You would have to be able to warp space or develop a ship that could use quantam mechanics, which is still theory.Even if you were able to achieve this and could enter a black hole you would not survive. Since light cant escape a black hole how could you? It would be a painful death to say the least. Now wormholes is another matter. If we could create those in space that would be great. They have found wormholes but they are smaller than atoms. Maybe someday they can find out how to create big ones.

Jeff

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