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Friday, April 10, 2009


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Am I the only person here who doesn't think time travelling is a good idea? Going back to change the past can have unforseen implications.

Mallet's theory is dubious.
"He concluded that a circulating light cylinder can penetrate space and twist time, the way a spoon stirred in coffee can create a swirl in the center. Then, just as a coffee bean would swirl around as the spoon stirred the coffee,"
Not is not backed by real math it doesn't take into account the enormous amount of energy (and money) required to pierce through the theoretical space/time fabric. Swirling a few neutrons back and forth isn't going to do it. I say theoretical because it's difficult to prove time is the 4th demension.

The human race isn't even close to building a time machine. It can't even get nuclear fission to work.

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Incredible effort. Even if he never conquers his quest for time travel, i hope he discovers something valuable to humanity.

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