Closer To Truth: Is Time Travel Possible?

There is an ongoing PBS television series (including several books and websites) called “Closer To Truth”. It is presented by neuroscientist Robert Lawrence Kuhn. Appear in individual interviews and panel discussions with creams such as cosmologists, physicists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists. Today, on all the big questions surrounding the trilogy on a wide range of topics: Cosmos; Consciousness; God. The trilogy deals with reality, space and time, mind and consciousness, aliens, theology and more. Here are some of my opinions on one of the common topics covered: Is it possible to go back in time?
# Is time travel possible? Actually, I personally don’t have time. Change exists and time is only our measure of the pace of change. In my opinion, time is just a concept. Time is a spiritual structure that helps us embrace change. Some cosmologists say that time was created in the Big Bang as if it were a matter of content and structure, but I would like you to create time in front of your peers and perhaps a television audience, Create time to challenge to make at least one or two theoretical comparisons. On the other hand, here is the dot trilogy.
First, the concept of time travel is one of the fun parts of physics. Whether that’s true or not, playing what-if games is fun. This concept is created or at least enforced to reflect the nature of reality.
Second, Einstein and others hypothesized that time travel is a theoretical reality and I’m not in a league where I can question the theory. I leave it to others who know the field inside and outside. Visit:-
But third and most importantly, you can never be in the future or past, only in the future or past, compared to where and when you are. In other words, no matter how I cut things out, you are now where, when, where, where you are, in other words, you are now. You literally can’t have a future or a past, because you’re only experiencing the present, the present. Even if you go back an hour at some point, you will still experience things as part of it. When you wake up after sleeping for an hour, you are in the future compared to when you fell asleep, but you are still in the present.
# Is time travel possible? The answer is both “yes” and “no”. Yes, we can move one second per second into the future, we do it anyway, whether we like it or not. Yes, the future at a slightly faster pace when we fall asleep, or when we nullify our consciousness, the consciousness of the pace of change (actually when, what it measures) You can travel to. You get drunk and faint, and the next thing you know is that you are 12 hours away. Yes, we can travel into the future, as explained in Einstein’s Twin Paradox. While the twins are at home, while the twins are at home, one twin goes out very fast, stops and returns to the base of the operation. During their reunion, the traveling twins discovered that the twins in his house were much older, so the traveling twins traveled into the future faster than they would otherwise. Yes, in theory, you can go back in time according to the apparent theoretical characteristics that wormholes and black holes may have. No, you can’t go back in time because of all the nasty paradoxes. I like the variation of Grandpa’s paradox that you travel the past hour and commit suicide. This is a new way to commit suicide! Another paradox I like is when I go back in time to get Shakespeare to sign a copy of “Hamlet.” Shakespeare isn’t at home, but his maid promises she will sign his signature when he returns. Unfortunately, his time is a bit old and Shakespeare hasn’t written “Hamlet” yet. So he read it when he received a copy of his girlfriend for signature, and after returning to Shakespeare’s house to receive the copy, he signed. And when he returned home at his own time, Shakespeare is now writing “Hamlet.” Where did “Hamlet” come from because the paradox wrote it first after Shakespeare saw your copy? No, you can’t go back in time. If possible, many tourists will go back in time to see important historical events. The presence of many tourists taking pictures at either the Custers Last Stand, the Battle of the Alamo, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, or thousands of similar historical events has never been recorded. Yes, you can go back in time, but you can only move to the parallel universe. If you shoot yourself, but it’s another you in another universe, the paradox doesn’t occur. You go back in time to get Shakespeare to sign a copy of “Hamlet”, but in the Parallel Universe, Shakespeare can write “Hamlet” based on your copy without paradoxical results. The only point I find interesting is, if you end up in the future or the past, are you really in the future or the past? No, the only time you can exist is now, here and now your time. It may be a different moment than you knew before, but nevertheless, the place and time you are in exists only now.

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