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Time Travel Via Black Hole?

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Posted by Alexander on January 22, 2001 22:49:50 UTC

Well, when you hover around event horizon, YOUR time slows as seen fro infinity, therefore YOU see the infinity (Universe) SPEEDING UP.

But anyway, when you return back to this Universe you will not find yourself in the future (from which you can return back to present to call it future), but into present, because there will be no past to return to.

This is the same as to freeze yourself by low temperature to slow all chemistry down (according to equation exp-E/kT) and then to warm up thouthands years later. Is this a time travel?

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