Time Travel Proven Possible?!

Yes, you read that right!

Time travel has been proven possible! Ben Tippett, a math instructor at The University Of British Columbia, has found a mathematical formula for time travel!

A UBC article quotes Tippett saying,

People think of time travel as something fictional, and we tend to think it’s not possible because we don’t actually do it. But, mathematically, it is possible.

Math is fun and all. But I just want to know when my own time machine is going to show up.

Well according to a UBC article quoting Tippett,

While is it mathematically feasible, it is not yet possible to build a space-time machine because we need materials—which we call exotic matter—to bend space-time in these impossible ways, but they have yet to be discovered

It might be awhile until I get my own time machine.

Let’s hear more about this solution to time travel in this video on the second page!

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25 Comments

  1. Russ Dolan said:

    If you put a sticker in a page of a book, does it change the story??? So no not possible. But if it was. It would be null. Or irrelevant

  2. Peter Magnuson said:

    Part of the problem is that you have to go faster than light, and quasars kinda proove thats impossible or at least implausible.

  3. Jason Good said:

    The expansion of the universe was millions of billions times faster than light. Also why the obserable universe is 93 billion light years across yet the universe is only 14 billion. There is no reason space can’t move quicker, it’s massless and nothing could slow it.space has already been proven to be curved

  4. Peter Magnuson said:

    Those things are still changing. For example the expanding universe theory has recently been downgraded from a rank 5 to a rank 3. Which is still pretty good, but there is doubt.

  5. Peter Magnuson said:

    There is a reason why space can’t move quicker. Speed is directly related to time. If you go faster than light, you are going back in time, or the opposite direction.

  6. Peter Magnuson said:

    Except gravity waves warp space and that still travels light speed. So still limited to light, because space can’t travel faster than light.

  7. Jason Good said:

    Space had to exist before light did. Space is massless like light so at minimum it moves just as fast. Space can also trap light. Example, black holes

  8. Peter Magnuson said:

    It can move as fast as light just not faster. Everything moves either relatively slow (as compared to speed of light), or moves at light. Such as electrons, photons, move at light speed. The only reason why electricity moves slightly slower than light through a cable, is the delay of electron transitioning. When time moves at or near zero, there must be very little friction. Thats why things jump to light speed.

  9. Jason Good said:

    How do you prove space isn’t faster? Space doesn’t even absorb light which is why outer space is dark. Light follows the curve of space meaning light depends on space but not the other way around

  10. Peter Magnuson said:

    Gravity warps space, and it travels at light speed. However, if you had two objects traveling at the speed of light away from each other, in reference to each other appears to be going twice the speed of light, but each object is still only going light.

  11. Peter Magnuson said:

    Time limits velocity, because they are directly intertwined. When an object goes faster it’s time slows down, when the object goes slower, it’s time speeds up. Time sets the speed limit for everything at the speed of light. When something goes faster or received enough energy to go faster than light. We would witness a direction change, like a ball bouncing off a wall, because the object is going back in time. But because everything exists in their own independent time, we would just witness an object breaking the speed limit, doing a direction change in the opposite direction. When a dark star (black hole) powers it’s excretion disc where the innermost gas receives enough power to break light, the atoms break up and perform a direction change, then acts like a particle accelerator, and they smash together releasing gamma rays, quarks and so forth. The thickness of the excretion disc blocks this stuff from going out it’s side, and the dark star absorbs the stuff on it’s side. Leaving the atom smashed particles to shoot out two directions (quasar). The stuff that shoots out is the same stuff that we see in our particle accelerator’s. And we observe this all the time. Time limits everthing, it is one of the dimensions in our universe and is apart of space, there is no getting around it. If a dark star was able to punch a hole through space time, we would witness a decrease in mass, but we don’t, they only increase in mass, as they eat. So even though there are lots of wishful theory out there, most are far fetched, we have lots of evidence on how are universe works.

  12. Jason Good said:

    Gravity doesn’t warp space, mass does. Gravity also doesn’t affect light because it’s massless. Light follows the shortest path through space and in a black hole the shortest path never crosses the event horizon.

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