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(Please note: I've seen some other questions asked like the one I myself am asking, I realize that I am indeed late to the party, but I am genuinely curious and none of the previous answers have satiated me as of yet. Note that this is a highly hypothetical question, asked by somebody who isn't even a college student studying the idea of physics at this point in time, so go easy on me here. Sorry if this isn't worded well, but I still haven't studied much on the subject, nor am I used to typing up thesis papers. Excuse me please.)
Theoretically, it is stated that if you were to travel through a Kerr Black Hole- a Black Hole with a rotating ring singularity- it would allow you to go back to an earlier point in time. Another says you can travel through time using a Wormhole and exotic matter. What I'm curious about is whether or not time travel is hypothetically feasible were one of these true, as in whether or not the sheer force would crush a human by attempting to use one of these routes.