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Time Travel? Luis, How Much Physics Do You Know?

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Posted by Alexander on October 9, 2001 00:14:18 UTC

It seems that you do not understand elementary things - what is coordinate, velocity, dimension.
Man, it seems that you physics background is next to zero. Please correct me if this is not the case. So, how can you claim time being a dimension and thus possibility of time travel? Tell us, what is the speed of time? Is temperature a dimension also? It can be positive and negative - same as time. And what is the direction of temperature and what is the speed of temperature then?

So, how much physics education/experience do you have?

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