This can be step one for all of us. Lets try to agree on a single definition so we can philisophically determine conclusions.
I think that if we can find ways to agree on things that maybe we can find something new, or agree on something old.
Absolutely none that I know of. Atomically there no real difference between today and yesterday, and probably will not be one tomorrow. Obviously atoms degrade over a moment,but that wouldn't create a "time" stream transition. Each degradation would have to be incapatable with atoms of another to create that effect. All of the atoms around us are in a different state of decay but still function together, unless there is a point of decay in existance that doesn't react with us, therefore we don't perceive them. What are you thoughts.
I think that observing time travel, by stating the fact "you are attempting to recreate DEAD MATTER (cells, ions, atoms)" is a SOUND FACT. You can't restore dead cells.
I look at time-travel LOGICALLY, I know that it cannot be done. So I imagine...for time-travel to exist...what must occur? You cannot recreate the dead matter.
But, what if you were to create a focal point...where time moves so slowly, that it appears to be frozen in place? Could this be a possibility?
The purpose of the ions is to observe their physical changes, as well as their frequencies.
Electronically slowing a focal point in time is a few steps ahead. I see an area devoid of gravity, so it would have to occur in space. The area would need to resist magnetics, EMF, and any source of live frequency. Basically, I see a hallowed sphere which is clear of everything, including atomic particals. It would be a device which is an EXAGERATED climate controlled area.
I don't even feel that makes since to me.
Let me try to shorten this... I need to create an area which is devoid of everything. Including polarities, gravity, frequencies, free floating particles, and so on.