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 goal 2 years ago
Is time travel possible?
by CWanamaker 7 years ago
Do you think time travel possible?What are your thoughts on the subject? If you think it's possible, how do you think it would work and what would the implications be?
by SparklingJewel 9 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
by stuart747 7 years ago
Could it be possible?what do you think?
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
SparklingJewel wrote: ... here is a statement/question... Everything in the universe, in all dimensions, is make up of light. Light is vibration, there are different levels of vibration within the spectrum of light, that create the colors....
by janesix 4 years ago
A scientific theory must be able to make predictions.Quantum mechanics by it's very nature and laws cannot make predictions. Therefore, can quantum mechanics be considered science?Or is it just experimental metaphysics?
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