moonlightkisu wrote:Sure. All you need to do is build a flex capacitor and then learn quantum physics.
Bjorna wrote:@ tyroxx, wouldn't speeding up the speed on your molecules make it hard for your body to regenerate new cells, and you would die pretty fast?
el_sean wrote:If Back to the Future taught us anything, it was that time travel really can screw up the past.
No, in all seriousness, time travel is impossible. If there was such a thing as time travel, then there would be no such thing as time. The past, the future, the present would be the same because the technology of the future would be in the present and past.
That might be a bit confusing, but I hope you get my point.
This explains it all.....
Edjarosu wrote:If time travel was ever going to be possible, then the history books would be filled with passages about how time travelers went back and spread technology out all over the ages.
So no. Time travel will never be possible, ever.
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