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RE: RE: RE: Time Travel???

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Posted by Bob on April 19, 2000 02:38:36 UTC

I don`t believe it is correct to use Einstein to justify any time travel other than the day to day experience. Even if two people travel at different speeds relative to light, the atoms in each body still experience time the same (unless you can change 186,000 mps). The hypothetical time relativity would only in theory, since we can`t obtain resonable speeds to allow such consequences, produce significant relative aging differences.
Eisntein`s work is too often misused to prove whatever anyone wants proved.

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