Time & Space
In short, it is possible to build a time machine, but just because building something is possible, does not make
it probable. Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity states that time and space cannot be separated but are
dependent upon each other. Therefore, a time traveler must move through both time and space. For example,
if a traveler went back in time six months but did not travel in space, he might step out of the time machine
into outer space, because the Earth would be on the other side of the sun. Space – Time is the entity through
which a time machine must travel.
Time travel is possible. The faster an object moves, the slower it ages compared to a stationary object. If the
time machine moves close to the speed of light into outer space, it will return to Earth many years into the
When you gaze at the stars, you’re looking into the past by thousands of light years; the distance light travels
in one year, because of the great distances that light had to travel to reach planet Earth. In theory, the person
in the time machine would travel through time but not age. Mankind has yet to build an engine that will
propel a rocket that can carry a human at the speed of light or could even withstand the pressure and the heat
that would result from doing so.
If a man were to fly a rocket or spaceship near the mouth of the black hole, he would find himself in a time
machine, because the time in which he is traveling moves more slowly than the time in rest of the universe.
As he pulls his ship away from the black hole, time would have moved faster away from the black hole, and
he would, presumably, find himself in the future.
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