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Re: I Would Like To Know How Can Time Traveling Be Possible? Can Someone Just Give Me A Simple Explaination?

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Posted by hking/">hking on December 12, 1999 04:42:05 UTC

: to travel across a larg amount of mass in just a fraction of a second. Mass meaning =liquid solid and space,and space is actulaly TIME. : : Fraction of a second meaning =much faster than the speed of light.

: hope this helps you?

Dr. Steven Hawking, Theorist Physicist

It is concievable that traveling through a black hole in space would make time-travel possible but NASA has yet to answer what type of vessel could withstand such an attempt and part 2, where in time would you arrive? and lastly, how would a crew return to this galaxy?

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