Time Travel and Parallel Universes are a Reality

Submitted by: littlemissqt 9 years ago in Science
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The renown Dr. Kaku explains with how Physics one day may allow us to go back in time.
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Male 322
MRX, dude you have to watch the video, he answers that very question in the video itself! :p

Also, guess what! He`s speaking at my Futuristics conference soon!!! Its going to be a thriller!

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Male 322
MRX, dude you have to watch the video, he answers that very question in the video itself! :p

Also, guess what! He`s speaking at my Futuristics conference soon!!! Its going to be a thriller!

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Male 16
i think he just a trippin hippy ... obsessed with things that dont matter and will never really be an issue.
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Male 6
Dr. Kaku?... more like Dr. Kock sucker
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Male 287
@Blackbird7: How do you know we haven`t met anyone from the future? Do you know what would happen if someone actually said he was from the future? He`d be locked up in an institute or he`d be laughed at. You need to broaden your mind.
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Male 287
ConverseUK: That`s just a theory. No one knows time traveling requires infinite energy because no one has actually done it yet.

It`s all theory. There AREN`T ANY FACTS when it comes to the subject. So you`re just making a fool out of yourself when you say stuff like that.

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Male 19
tru dat blackbird7
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Female 838
Dude...pass the bong...
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Male 322
MRX, dude you have to watch the video, he answers that very question in the video itself! :p

Also, guess what! He`s speaking at my Futuristics conference soon!!! Its going to be a thriller!

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Male 678
Time travellers arrive via the birth canal.. unfortunately in the process of travel we forget who we used to be.
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Female 700
it made me laugh but i think they are serious
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Male 33
i like this man. Has the hair style of a real scientist..
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Female 237
I think it`s impossible. The past does not exist. The idea of time as a line is not realistic- time is only the current moment. The past exists only in our memory, and the future exists only in our imagination. The only thing that actually IS, is the present moment. Also, it is impossible for one person to exist in two times simultaneously. Sure our minds can make it `theoretically` possible, but in REAL reality it simply couldn`t happen- and if it did, it would create MAJOR problems that we can`t even imagine. Also, if it does happen, why don`t we meet anyone fromt the future? Oh yeah, they`re invisible. Come on, can you really take that seriously? People find God/religion unbelievable, but then believe there`s invisible people from the future all around us? That guy needs to go to a psych ward.
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Male 10
also i think that theoretical physics is really trying to be overcomplicated, coming up with fantastic equations to try and explain the universe, i bet it is a lot simpler than all of this. For instance when they came up for the orbital theory in the solar system, people said that the orbits had to be perfect circles because the universe is perfect.
But the time frame didn`t work so they added smaller orbits of the main orbits and reversed the spin of the planets, coming up with all these crazy ideas that fitted this one idea to all the information, then someone came along and said the orbits were simply elyptical and lo and behold everything fitted.
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Male 10
E=mc^2 is the equation for nuclear energy, the difference in atomic wheigt when a radioactive atom emits radiation. Does anyone else know about Planck`s mathematics on timetravel, when Einstien said time travel could be done if we could reach the speed of light, Planck worked alongside him and concluded that it was impossible as the speed tended to lightspeed the mass of the subject would tend to zero, thus we could never actually reach the speed of light
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Male 266
I`m actually reading this book and its very intresting, I am in this chapter right now and time travel is something we won`t see in our lifetime but in theory it is possiable
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Female 5
i`ve always believed in parallel universes and time travel; this actually makes quite a bit of sense.
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Male 4,680
Love the retarded interviewer by the way.
(you mean terminator?)
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Male 4,680
Why have so many people not bothered to watch the video? (podpod, kirbbe).
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Male 300
People keep throwing the same question around. If time travel is possible, why hasn`t anyone come back in time yet? Well if you watched the video you should be able to work it out. Firstly, he says it would require the energy of a star. It`s not the sort of thing that you can just do on a daily basis. More of a one off "we did it!" thing. And why would any time traveller come to our crappy time if they could?

And secondly, there`s no advantage to time travel because it affects other timelines and not your own (except one person, time machine and decades of work have gone). So why would anyone bother? Especially if there`s no way to guide a time machine or bring it back effectively. And this receiver business sounds interesting - giving a limited amount of places to go to. So really, this whole time travel lark is rubbish.

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Male 274
ridiculous. it places importanceon certain events causing a "fork" but ANY even would cause continual multiple forks! if u step on the grass in the past and kill a bug the knock on effects could be huge...each thing you do in the past will create too many outcomes.

plus...

you cant go back and change the future as the future depends on the past as much as the past depends on the future. so if you were to go back in time...you were always going to...and this would affect the future in the way it turned out.

THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY THAT LIFE CAN GO AND ITS THE WAY IT HAS/IS GOING....i think lol

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Female 115
we will never get the energy of a star- no time travel for us :(
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Male 8
I didn`t watch the video, but: If humans can develope a time machine, why don`t they come from future to teach or guide us?
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Male 554
And as for time travel, not in my life time buddy.
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Male 554
"I really like that show." "Well anyway,...." Nice little awkward continuation there.
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Female 1,496
I read his book. It was a easy read and well explained. Sadley most of this crap I read because I`m trying to figure out the show Lost. Yea, so what, I`m a nerd. A Sexy, hot, willing, nerd. OH YEA SUCK ON THAT!
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Male 98
Theoretical theories rule. Hope he`s right.
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Female 325
granted, i skipped through his juvenile explanations, but how is any of this news? what i -did- hear is out of Physics for Dummies.
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Male 4,793
"Traveling at light speed would disrupt time for the travelers." uhh...according to einstein, traveling at light speed would turn you into pure energy, but there is no sure way of knowing that, E=MC^2, energy=massXspeedoflight^squared..but hey...arent i time traveling right now? after all, just a sec ago it was a second earlier.
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Male 4,793
as einstein said though, you cannot just speak of time or just speak of space...time and space are a single unit, 2 bars of 2 different metals fused into one bar. but think about this, if you went back in time and saw your mother and she falls in love with you and you werent born, then you werent alive to go back in time and make ur mom fall in love with you, thus you werent around to kill your future self, thus you did not go back in time and are still alive. wrap your head around that.
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Female 1,984
"Quick question:

If time travel is possible. How come no-one has come back in time to visit us?"

I gave the answer to this a page or two back. People can`t visit us because the time machine hasn`t been invented yet.

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Male 777
Some people didn`t know this prior to watching?
Huh.
It`s a bit more complicated (and interesting) than he said, but many people would probably rather not know the more detailed parts of the theory.
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Male 319
Quick question:

If time travel is possible. How come no-one has come back in time to visit us?

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Female 15,763
Wasn`t that guy on the right in What the Bleep do We Know?
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Male 187
What if you come back to find monkeys ruling the world!?!
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Male 233
but what if someone were to watch you go back? say you go back five minutes, move something, and come back. they`d still remember seeing you right? well what if you went back five minutes, sent them away, then came back. they wouldn`t remember seeing you, thus you don`t really return to the same alternate timeline.
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Male 108
DEY TOOOOKK ARE JUBSSSSSSS`
GOD DAMN GOO BACKS

</south park reference>

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Male 187
If anyone does go back in time, would you look me up while I`m still in high school and tell me to buy microsoft stock.
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Male 522
I don`t know if time travel is possible. It seems really really unlikely to me right now. However 200 years ago jetliners and missions to mars probably seemed just as unlikely. Of course so did a lot of other things that have since turned out to be impossible, like turning lead into gold. So I never say things are impossible, just very very unlikely.

Mind experiments like this are useful tho, that is how Einstein figured out the whole relativity thing.

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Female 162
But isn`t time relative?
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Male 9,305
"We don`t want to tell the kids because it may make them cry."

XD LMAO!

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Male 41
I think time travel will someday be possible in a way and that time travelers have been here. this could explain the complexity of pyramids and other ancient stuff we dont understand. You might think, there should be more visits from people of the future. I can explain why this isn`t so. At the time someone invents time travel and he travels once, this will create a paralel universe because he is changing that reality even if he doesn`t do much (butterfly effect), and that reality will then be that much different so time travel in that reality will be invented at another time or not at all. That way you won`t get any more visits from the first reality. And in the end you are stuck in a reality in which time travel will never be invented. Just a theory..
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Male 388
BirkirHe. The problem with forks is that we dont quite know how they work (assuming they exist). It causes a bit of a paradox in my head, because there are infinite possibilities, which is still increasing by an infinite ammount.. to be that equation is (infinite)^(infinite), which just seems insane.. then again, if there wasn`t infinite forks, which is a generally accepted theory, then there would be a specific number, meaning that we would have to understand what was happening in one of them perfectly to jump to it.. we can`t exactly use satnav to get there now, can we?
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Male 388
sorry for grammer. I`m 15, and its 2am. Give me a break.
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Male 189
"Time travel will never be possible.
If it was, we`d be seeing people from the future, now"
Jesus christ did you even watch that?
If you time travel you go into another time in another universe, not another time in the same universe.
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Male 388
this would essentially have similar effects to several nukes hitting the exact instantaniously, wiping out a large area.
To be honest, I think we would notice.

There is no real way around this problem, because it still would cause minute explosions to introduce a body atom by atom, and it would cost insane ammounts of energy to do. and would take far to much time.

Any questions 8)

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Male 388
The stuff he talks about is very basic. He fails to incorporate any solution to how to time travel other than the very basic structure of the general hypothesis`s (plural?) ontime.

Basically, he says you would need to fold dimensions together to jump back and forth. He fails because there are COUNTLESS faults with this theory. I cant even be bothered explaining this all again, because every time we have a post of dimensionl hypothesis, or time travel, I always say exactly the same things, and go through every fault the theories have.

In any case, I will give one. There can`t be anybody from the future who has traveled back to now purposly, because to travel back in time you need a sender, and a receiver. And no receiver has been built yet (NO! Black holes are not really ANYTHING to do with times o are NOT receivers)You need a receiver, because spontaniously appearing in any spot would essentially FORCE room for your body to come into existance, by pushing other particles away, con

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Male 83
could anyone explain to me where the difference to these "theories" and religions or groups like scientology lies? Ah and don`t hesitate to throw in some facts that support any of this besides "he is a respected scientist"... I assume many just agree with that bogus because they want to believe.
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Male 92
F-in Epic, I was read all of Dr. Michio Kaku`s book. I love his books, they are amazing. Some of the stuff he says I disagree, such as String Theory, but he does speak a lot of logic. YAY Quantum Physics.
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Female 128
That was pretty damn interesting. I totally believe it too. It could also explain ghosts and paranormal things. They could be like "static" waves or something from a parallel universe.
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Male 1,111
Bekll, that only depends on the idea of if time/space are bent around the machine rather than moving the machine through it.
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Male 83
sorry but who ever made it past the part where that nut said that the travelers from the future use invisibility and didn`t think "OMG he must have lost his straight jacket" - I envy you! Your dumbnes will serve you greatly as you can live a life in fairy land with unicorns and happy elves while the rest of us will have to deal with reality on planet earth!
Are you serious?
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Male 1,265
As for anyone who thinks that time travel is impossible because we`d have future people here now, 3 points:

1) People from the future may be already here for what purpose, and nobody knows but them and future people.

2) It may be absolutely impossible to travel back in time, only to the future.

3) Future people may simply just be not interested in our present.

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Male 2,605
Why is it that when I suggest a Kaku link it doesn`t go through?

By the way, has anyone else bought his latest book, `Physics of the Impossible`? It`s a great read thus far.

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Male 162
yes koala he`s wrong, one of the most respected and highly praised physicists in the world is wrong and you`re right... jesus and what`s he got aginst chemistry students neways? I`m 3rd year chemistry student and love quantum physics... :(
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Male 2,576
It doesn`t work like that

He`s wrong on a few points.

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Female 1,984
"Time travel will never be possible.
If it was, we`d be seeing people from the future, now"

Time travel doesn`t work that way. One can only go as far back into the past as when the machine was first turned on. So if it`s turned on the date of May 1st, 2020 - humans can only go back to that date...

Ronald Mallet, physicist, is currently working on building a time machine via Einstein`s theories.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Mall...

I posted about him here on iab a while back:
http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm...

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Male 106
I can`t get over how his name is kaku
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Female 15,763
"The renown Dr. Kaku explains with how Physics one day may allow us to go back in time."?

Explains with how?

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Male 25
I read the book that they are talking about. In it, Kaku classifies "impossibilities" by how impossible they really are. He talks about time travel, invisibility, psychokinesis, mind-reading, and faster than light travel. His arguments for faster than light travel is similar to his argument for time-travel. If you could generate enough energy to bend space around you, then you could forego the cosmic speed limit because it`s allowed by the constraints of uncertainty. Yes, I`m going to be a physics major.
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Male 11
In Soviet Union, river of time forks you!
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Male 178
lol Groogle still confused
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Male 2,028
This reminds me of an article I read on wikipedia regarding parallel universes and it states that if there are many universes in the world, then you will theoreticaaly "never die" because in different universes, different things are happening at the same time and so in some you will just keep on living and I think it said you may even switch over to another universe if you are about to die in the one you are in at the moment to prevent you from "dying" and this will continueso that "you" are dead in many different universes but the real YOU are still alive--or something like that...
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Male 548
¡Me cago en tu puta madre!
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Male 1,111
Dextrine: some people don`t like the idea that either a) they don`t control everything b) they don`t know everything

XP:
At one time gravity was a very `weak` theory, like many things.

You say religion, I say evolution.

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Male 2,172
If you didn`t understood what the guy was talking about look at this picture.

Time Travel For Dummies

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Female 493
Very very cool.

I want to pick up one of his books, he seems to have interesting theories.

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Male 522
Eh.. this is a "weak" theory not a "strong" theory like gravity for example. It is not universally accepted by physicists. It is also very very difficult to falsify which puts it dangerously close to religion. It is extremely cool to think about tho and makes for awesome SF movies.
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Male 312
WOAH SLIDERS I LOVED THAT SHOW

what a kissass hahaha

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Male 1,053
Lol cakes :) very kool... maqkes you think
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Male 158
This thread brings out the morons who will never think out side the box.
Go people who actually think!
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Male 2,720
Michio Kaku is Aphecks.
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Female 1,002
Michio Kaku is your mum.
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Female 1,002
And this could be a parallel universe, there could be an infinite number of universes...
My brain hurts. x_x
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Male 5,194
Michio Kaku is an idiot.
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Female 1,002
"He`s been watching Dr.Who"

I thought the same thing.

Anyway, I think I get it.
If you go back in time and somehow don`t change anything, then when you go back to the future (lol) everything will be the same and you`ll be in the same universe. But if you go back in time and change something and go to the future, you`ll be in a parallel universe...right?

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Male 641
Michio Kaku is a genius.
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Male 279
Ok "going back in time" ok fine, so you go back in time people find out that we can travel back in time, then the dude who actually invented it won`t even bother making it since it has been done, which would therefore lead to a paradox, how could those people go back in time if the one who made itpossible, didn`t make it? hehe, if it was possible we could see it today, right ? right ?
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Male 43
I`ve always wanted to do some forking in the river of time.
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Male 518
He`s been watching Dr.Who

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Male 1,270
Reversing time requires infinite energy, rendering it forever impossible.

It`s not a bad theory, until you realise it falls at the first hurdle.

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Male 132
I really like this guy. I watched all the videos from this interview. Fascinating stuff.
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Male 822
lol


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Male 7,933
I am hoping we cover Quantum Mechanics in physics next year. YAY for being scientifically behind!
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Male 822
that was pretty cool, so right now i could be in a parallel universe because the future me met my father and introduced him to someone other than my mom????


and i like his phrase "forking in the river of time"

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Male 2,049
"so........... i could have a massive orgy with with 100 diferent versions of myself? SCIENCE IS AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

I do not think 100 different versions of yourself would even contemplate that even in a multiple universe and the very idea that there could possibly be 100 versions of yourself makes me want to kill myself.

jk.

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Male 244
As a physicist I disagree with quantum theory. I also disagree that time travel is possible. I do believe that there could be a multiverse, however..
Because I`m actually procrastinating from studying for a quantum final, I don`t feel like getting into it, but I`ll basically state that I DO believe there`s something else to quantum theory that we simply haven`t picked up on yet.
For example: the spectrum of hydrogen was known for quite some time, but people couldn`t explain why it happened that way.
Here comes quantum mechanics! It explains the spectrum perfectly. But we don`t know why quantum mechanics works the way it does.
Here comes [insert next theory here]! It explains QM perfectly.
The second part is what I believe will eventually happen..
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Male 483
there`s actually a theory that`s been around for awhile that`s quite close to this one. It says that every thing you do individually continues your universe but the other choices you could have but didn`t make spawn alternate universes. Where the equivalent of yourself lives with the consequences of the choices you didn`t make in this universe.

No one is to say that there can`t be unlimited universes. So in an alternate universe I never posted this, and instead I`m on another webpage. Or perhaps in that universe I-am-bored was never created. Maybe they don`t have the internet. You just never know.


i tried explaining this theory to my parents and they got mad at me....

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Male 483
i love phsyics
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Male 1,111
there`s actually a theory that`s been around for awhile that`s quite close to this one. It says that every thing you do individually continues your universe but the other choices you could have but didn`t make spawn alternate universes. Where the equivalent of yourself lives with the consequences of the choices you didn`t make in this universe.

No one is to say that there can`t be unlimited universes. So in an alternate universe I never posted this, and instead I`m on another webpage. Or perhaps in that universe I-am-bored was never created. Maybe they don`t have the internet. You just never know.

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Male 772
Nerds can sum that in up a few simple words:
Zelda Split Timeline Theory. You go back in time, but it ends up making an alternate reality in which two universe separately exist and function.


The multiverse theory is possible. It`s also possible that this is the only universe, and time doesn`t even exist. Human life may never even have the knowledge to know the real answers, so we are based to believe or disbelieve theories. This one seems pretty decent, and can get rid of all those fears of time paradoxes, and sounds legit to begin with.

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Female 738
This just satisfied my geekdom. All previous literature on Physics told me time travel was not possible with the structure of our universe... but now, in theory, it can happen based off the new interpretation of quantum theory.

I freakin` love time travel, and if I were actually any good at applying physics (because I`m not) I would be at work right now, building a time machine.

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Male 102
how do you guys not believe him, he`s asian!!!
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Male 637
The `Forking in the river of time.` was toootally dirty, but disregarding that, this made a lot of sense to me, just like the `Earth is Growing` theory that was posted a while back on here: Earth Science
But in any case, were it true that we were a branch off of an original timeline, there would be no way to prove it, as we wouldn`t know the trigger that forced the change, and even if we did, changing it might just create a branch off of our own, rather than returning to the original.
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Female 200
Hmm...that`s a pretty crazy thought HuskysTiger, but yeah..I guess if you put what the guy said into application it could be possible.
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Male 178
lol im confused
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Female 920
""Forking in the river of time"
*does that sound dirty to anyone else?* "

yeah I thought so too.

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Male 629
lol Mjustin :p I`m an art major though so I`ll never take his classes. But I think he`s the same guy that teaches the really popular astronomy class too.

After watching the video - hm. Going along with it for a second, how then do we know that this is the original universe, not a parallel? Maybe Wilkesbooth was a time-traveler and Lincoln wasn`t supposed to die...
It`s a disturbing thought. And it reminds me of Stephen King`s "The Dark Tower" series, with all those different realities and worlds and stuff.

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Male 335
@ PC-Player - Not necessarily. From what he`s saying, there could possibly be a virtually infinite number of universes. However, that`s only if time travel ever develops at all. Plus, even if it does, those who invent it might only use it once for some unforeseen reason, only creating one alternate timeline. In that alternate timeline, time travel might not even develop. Thus only two timelines would exist (assuming either that aliens don`t exist or humans are the only creatures with time travel).

Whoa, Doc, this is heavy.

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Male 335
@ HuskysTiger - LUCKY!!!
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Male 129
From what he`s saying: every time you time travel, you create (or go to) an entirely new universe (like Sliders). Lrom what he`s saying, there are virtually infinite number of universes already, unfortunately most of which, I assume wouldn`t have life on earth or even have earth.
All this sounds a lot like sci-fi. However, there is research done on sending a molecule back in time. And they would only be able send the molecule to the time after the time machine was activated - very primitive, but at least it`s real.
Time travel is still a popular fiction, just like robots were in the last century.
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Male 629
He teaches at my college :D
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Male 335
Oddly enough, I`ve thought about this before (with the alternate timeline theory), though not nearly as in-depth. If he`s right, then we could be in an alternate timeline right now that branched off from the original. Weird.
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Male 2,958
You should have watched the first like 30 seconds of the video before posting, you`d be a little better off.
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Male 28
Time travel will never be possible.
If it was, we`d be seeing people from the future, now
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Male 418
I like how the scientist is trying to discuss science as studied by scientist...and the retard conducting the interview gets all of his information from movies.
"are you talking about Terminator?"
NO JACKASS! He is NOT on your stupid show to talk about the Terminator!!
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Male 118
No proof of forks in time? Absolutely not I suppose but it makes sense, imo. If I go back in time and kill someone there will be a new timeline started where that person is dead, and life is going without him. However who`s to stay my timeline has changed or has ceased to exist? If I went back in time and started a new timeline I should be able to go back to my own with nothing unchanged.
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Male 106
so........... i could have a massive orgy with with 100 diferent versions of myself? SCIENCE IS AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 2,506
NUMERO 18
intresting :)

i watched some of it
than got bored cuz i get bored easy
but what i watched was theoreticaly theoretical

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Male 4
Sorry for the bad grammar.
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Male 4
Don`t believe everything he`s saying just because an old guy with crazy hair. Look at other sources for more info about time travel. I`m pretty sure there is no proof of multiple dimensions or forks in time. This is all theory. Also time travel to the future is much more likely than to the past. Traveling at light speed would disrupt time for the travelers. Invisibility might be the closest thing to fact this guy has mentioned. There could be suits that make the wearer almost entirely invisible in the future like he said. Look it up, people!
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Male 2,958
yeah...the guy is no crack-pot kairobi.
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Male 3,369
WHOA!

I swear I came up with that theory about 5 years ago in the pub when discussing the idea for a book with an author friend of mine (I read a lot of Stephen Hawkins ok..).

I`m really not kidding either. The concept of multiple universes allows time travel. If you screw up your own timeline it just becomes an alternate reality. He even wrote a short story that was published about it.

Way to go me..That made my day!

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Male 219
"Forking in the river of time"
*does that sound dirty to anyone else?*
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Female 455
I love this kind of stuff. And, Kairobi, since they`ve already developed `invisibility cloaks`, what he said seems perfectly plausible to me.
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Male 815
actually not a crack-pot at all... it`s theoretical, yes... but if you can actually grasp the concept behind quantum physics, it makes sense
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Male 134
:|
I turned off when he said
"We think they`re invisible!"

Crack-pot.

x.

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Male 118
I knew all of this when i was 11, nothing new here. What was interesting was the youtube video explaining every dimension first to tenth.
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Male 483
man thats pretty cool, but i dont think it will happen in the time frame he was talking about. and as for that invisibility thing he brushed over, oh hell yes that would be awesome lol
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Male 575
Hurray for quantum physics!
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Male 410
"Time Travel and Parallel Universes are a Reality"

No ..... Time Travel and Parallel Universes are a Theoretical Reality.

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Male 416
Don`t believe it =\
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Female 4,225
^I`ll up it to 80

Isn`t that guy from the History or Discovery channel one? Aboutr future tech?

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Male 1,140
i bet they`re just going to throw religion out of the picture. but i saw a video on him explaining how they can now see inside the brain and explain thoughts and i bet they would run screaming if they saw my thoughts... whoo im screaming my self sometimes
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Female 1,398
^ 40 bucks says he didn`t even watch it.
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Male 2,004
interresting
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Female 1,605
Link: Time Travel and Parallel Universes are a Reality [Rate Link] - The renown Dr. Kaku explains with how Physics one day may allow us to go back in time.
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