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Re: Ok Here I Go....

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Posted by Jonathan Marting on April 24, 1998 19:00:44 UTC

In the movie Sam Neil explains that the drive for the event horizon folded space and made a hole so you could travel through it. This is my own personal opinion, but if you fold a piece of paper, and then unfold it you can see a crease. If you fold space it'll damage the space-time continum thing and it can't be fixed. : : I am just going to start in spontaneous like. : I dont no what yall are talking about, so I'll start my own subject. : Now, I know for a fact that it is not possible to time travel, based on the fact that you cant go faster than light. If we could go faster than light, we would end up in yesterday, as gos the verse: : "There once was a lady named bright, : who could travel faster than light. : She went out one day, in relative way, : and came back the previous night." : Now, the problem is, how do we get to distances so far away that even at light speed we wouldnt live long enough to get there? : Well, I have seen the movie "Event Horizon",and I know that this was actually a theory. Give me your opinions on whether you think this is possible or not. thanks. Peace

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