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    Time Travel Could Become Reality
    Posted on Saturday, March 01, 2008 @ 13:52:47 GMT by vlad

    Science February 27 2008 / by futuretalk
    Category : Technology Year : 2008 Month : Feb

    Time Travel could become reality sooner than you think.
    By Dick Pelletier

    At a UCLA workshop attended by yours truly and an assortment of future-thinkers, the late physicist Dr. Robert Forward told the group that further understanding of general relativity and quantum mechanics would one day enable humans to travel backwards and forwards through time. “Given the money and the mandate,” Forward said, “a time machine will be built.”

    This workshop convened in 1983, and today, 24 years later, scientists are bringing this bold concept closer to reality. Professor Amos Ori at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology recently created a theoretical model of a time machine based on Einstein’s theory of relativity, which would allow people to travel back in time.

    Ori’s theory, published in the prestigious science journal Physical Review, describes how a future time machine could be built by forming “closed time-like curves” in a donut-shaped area of space-time. A person traveling around this donut loop would go further back in time with each lap.

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    Re: Time Travel Could Become Reality (Score: 1)
    by Veryskeptical on Saturday, March 01, 2008 @ 15:34:24 GMT
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    Questions such as this suggest how important it is to develop an independent approach to evaluating scientific ideas. No doubt this theory cost something to develop. Was it paid for with public funds? Even if not how much time of people who are supported by public funds does it divert simply to consider it? How much time, effort and money does it waste by simple consideration? A wonderful possibility though hardly an original idea, a long-shot theory, far beyond current ability to construct a working device. Probably it would be very expensive. How do you evaluate something like that?

    When the stock market collapsed in 1929 and the dismal thirties unfolded in depression, a decimated market, and high unemployment, angry memories of the 1920's fueled the demand for the securities and exchange commission to watch over markets. We seem now to be in an age where much technology depends on the status of scientific inquiry and many people feel that status leaves much to be desired. Particularly, the support of scientific theories that should be rejected on the basis of readily available information contradicting them and the failure to consider new theories which have more support. All of this costs money and wastes time better used elsewhere.

    Is there a scientific depression out there somwhere to demand the formation of an SEC for science? What form would it take? How would it be funded? Would it be a government agency at all? Times do change and the government buraucracies of today seem part of the problem. But tales of time machines suggest that one is sorely needed. Imagination, money and effort seem to be wasted in every direction.


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