According to everything within the theory of relativity, no.
According to quantum mechanics, yes, at a subatomic level. But we don't know how to bring this up to a large scale, or to control it.
There is no current resolution of the differences between a relativistic universe and our universe as described by quantum mechanics, so the jury is still out on time travel.
Common logic says "No." We exist as individuals in a constantly moving, infinitesimally small section of time. We cannot escape it. This window of time carries us inexorably from our past into our future. We cannot go back, physically, nor can we exceed the confines of our individual time-frames to venture into the future. The past we can visit only by memory or by historical accounts; the future not at all, or at best through extrapolation.
by Canucks goal21 months ago
Is time travel possible?
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