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RE: RE: RE: RE: Time Travel???

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Posted by Kip Crawford on April 19, 2000 08:22:23 UTC

Einsteins theories in my opinion are good ground basis for time/light studies. There are too many varibles to consider concerning light/time aspects. Of course the study of Quantum Mechanics/Theories are starters too. Time travel backward is impossible as of now. But what if we find another varible or one we missed that turns that all around. Perhaps Einstein gets alot of credit here and there, but why not? His theories are just about the only ones that really touch upon light/time subjects.

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