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Time Travel Research



I'm currently doing research on time travel for a possible film. Have there been any credible attempts at time travel <font color="blue"> [/COLOR] that have moved passed the theoretical stage? If so, how and when. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

RubbedLung <font color="blue"> [/COLOR]

you poor thing

well, here is the only theory that is POSSIBLE for time travel.

If you create a gravity well by condensing mass into so small an area it becomes a singularity, then you could create an artificial black hole. you simply contain that black hole in a PERFECT vacuum and start it spinning. you then get a rope made of quantum superstrings (based on the superstring theory, that the smallest particle in existence is a string) linked together by the strongest material on earth. The spinning black hole will allow you to launch your rope through and come out the other side and not have to exceed the speed of light to do so. Your rope will be transported thousands of light years away. You then have the camera that you attached on the rope aim at earth and take a picture. Then you will see the light coming from earth as it was THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO! This is a form of nondestructive time travel. Then you retract the rope and recover the picture. You can prove or disprove god, catch criminals as they do the crime, and millions of other possibilities exist. However, you can only travel to the past and not the future.
/ttiforum/images/graemlins/confused.gifA question that pops up frequently is, ^I though spinning black holes were just a science fiction myth!^ Well, simply put, when a black hole starts to spin, 2 event horizons are created. The faster the spin, the closer they get until they merge. When they merge, you can pass through the black hole and not have to exceed the speed of light to escape. This means that you will end up in the dumping grounds for the black hole, a white hole. (I know it sounds corny but scientists arent known for their naming skills.)