History repeats itself, but I might have found a way out – creating your own future! But is it possible?
Seemingly my youngest daughter disagrees with Einstein, but it’s me she comes to wearing her boxing gloves.
Are there time travel fans using Utrecht train station in the Netherlands?
How difficult is it to take a shot of a girl wearing a backpack with text suggesting a muddled reading time line?
I’m not entirely sure for whom this novel is written or what the overall plot is – but it does make me think about the flexibility of the time line.
“A Single Life” is a short animation where time is bi-directional on a single time-line. “You might think your life is never ending” – but only for as long as the duration of your life.
Is there a future with optic fibers and warped mirrors as time machines? Or are these just some random thoughts from the reflection of a wrinkly old man day dreaming in front of a mirror?
One of the arguments used against the possibility of time travel is that there are no firm or proven solutions given the problems of paradoxes.
In this post I postulate against one of the commonly used get-out-clauses for the grandfather paradox…multiple time lines. Actually, the same holds true for multiple universes too.
I found this excellent infographic over at techeblog.com which explains 3 theories of time travel; fixed timeline, dynamic timeline and … More
Patience isn’t something for time travellers. As time travellers we don’t want to wait for a moment or an event … More