Time travel and conventional mathematics

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The basis of time travel is that we are keeping track of our dear friend time..im not sure if we can understand that the mathematical and linear logic assume time to be a straight phenomena,,,while the time itself has distortions in its quantum nature. How can we justify our mathematics to solve this phenomena iwht numbers..we need intuitive mathematics...to solve the complex paradoxes of time.

Explain the equation

t1 = the current time
x =Distance between the desired past or desired future
t2 = destination
v = velocity of time travel ie accelaration x/mc^2
think abt it ..if u get something interesting
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Post the equation, not just the variables, and someone might be able to help you out.

"the mathematical and linear logic assume time to be a straight phenomena,,,while the time itself has distortions in its quantum nature"

Ah, but time can be well approximated linearly. You wouldn't say that the ball I throw doesn't follow a parabolic path because gravity falls off as the inverse square of distance - the effects are too small. Likewise with time. And if you're talking about very small scales, then you need to shift into quantum mechanics, which takes quantum fluctuation into account.

"How can we justify our mathematics to solve this phenomena iwht numbers"

Everything's numbers. Just, some of the numbers are probabilities.
 
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