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Posted by Alexander on October 10, 2001 03:41:21 UTC

Well, than I doubt that you have any degree in physics at all. If you would have one, you would simply write an equation illustrating "speed of time" or "motion back in time", or any math at all supporting possibility of going back or forward in time.

In no way relativity supports the idea of time travel: time coordinate lies WITHIN the light cone but space coordinates OUTSIDE of it. To move INSIDE light cone (in "time dimension" as you say)you have to have a space-time slope higher than 45 degrees (= to move with speed HIGHER than the speed of light).

So, please show any math supporting time travel.

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