If we don't enter time-loop.

Samika

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Jun 22, 2022
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When I think about time traveling, the "Grandfather paradox" stops me. Because it makes loop. So if we avoid entering the loop we can get some results. As time is relative concept, so can we talk 'time' in respect to to person or living. I mean to say let me explain it with example; like if we take person in outer space in any device and capsule and their "24hr" equals to 365years of Earth. So when they will come to Earth, the century of Earth will change and many generation also. For them they will do the time travel(as they pass many generations and for them they are in future) and for Earthians they doesn't exist in reality for these time. But if we make something like this we can make survival of exiting livings in future. This is not time-traveling but time-lapse.
I know this is not so convincing but can we think about this also? Because through this we are not entering in paradox basically.
 

ImUniverse

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Jun 24, 2022
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Ok so first of all Grandfather Paradox only appear when we talk about traveling in our past! But what if while traveling in our past we enter in our different timeline where we can kill our grandfather and this won't effect the main universe from which we came! Like multiverse theory, Sir Stephen Hawking mentioned about it while they did an experiment on time travel , they threw a party for only time travellers!
You can read more about it on internet!