Is Time Travel Possible in the Future

Even before H.G. Well’s novel The Time Machine was released, people have wondered for thousands of years about the possibility of time travel. Think about it, countless books, TV plots and movies revolve around this subject.

Well, what about it you might say, is it even POSSIBLE? The answer is probably. Would it be easier to travel to the past or, into the future? As our current astronauts have already experienced, time travel exists the faster you go.

As an example, when astronaut Scott Kelly, (Aboard the international space station for a year),  traveled at a speed averaging 5 miles a second, thus lowering the time measured between HIM traveling at a high rate of speed, and normal Earth rotation time.

When he returned home, his own aging process was about a year slower than his identical twin brother Mark. When measured, the difference in their appearances was slightly noticeable.

Now, according to Einstein’s theory of relativity, Worm Holes, Black Holes, forming Space Cylinders, or even cosmic string theory may be used to play with the fabric of time.

Even world renown physicist Stephen Hawking theorized that entering a black hole, may very well be our ticket to time traveling. Of course, as of now, all of these ideas are merely theoretical.

Here is what I believe, look at our past, and then look at what has come to be in just 100 years. Mankind has created TV, air flight, rocket ships to the Moon and beyond, without even saying what incredible advances he has made in medical science.

I say, one day, we will be freely traveling through time, just as easily as we now fly through space. I can not WAIT to see what our future unravels. See you…In the future.

Until Later…

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