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I was obsessed in studying the "faith" and I've made several great discoveries. I don't want to publish anything yet, but I have a semi-proven (proven partially) / theories / so I am curious on bones.

The only way for traveling through time (in the past, preserving at least your mental state) is to 1) invent a devise that interpretes gravity into neural impulses that guarantees similarity with your current as well as / possibly / cells by artificially-imitative conversion procedure 2) Make sure it works either once through some exact specific period of arrival (time stop) or asynchronously. 3) Experience sufficient index of time so that there is passable time frame in the past for you to get back to 4) Interpret your neuro signals and / possibly / cells into a certain, (reversible from the devise) gravity 5) send them by virtue of synced four-dimensional correlated duplex shrinkspace area 6) hope that the quantum interpretation and implementation will take position on time and do the thing and if you get any chances to know that for sure, know that you've influenced on some past, future and present and that on your very desire.

It worked on a very very minimalist, biased and superficial scope (virtualized, projected and calculated), but this shouldn't be just theory as it doesn't even confront the facts ?

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    $\begingroup$ This is essentially 'word salad' and not mainstream physics. Voted to lose. $\endgroup$ – Gert Nov 29 '15 at 4:24
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    $\begingroup$ I am unable to understand what you have written. it reads like gibberish. math.ucr.edu/home/baez/crackpot.html $\endgroup$ – Greg.Paul Nov 29 '15 at 4:24
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    $\begingroup$ You're saying a lot of words but there's no meaningful content here. None of this is actual physics. The problem isn't your grammar, it's that this is meaningless. I don't want to sound harsh, but you don't know what you're talking about. $\endgroup$ – Deusovi Nov 29 '15 at 4:27
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    $\begingroup$ Your English is fine, that's not the problem. In mainstream physics only forward time travel is possible and even then only with great difficulty. Are you aware of the paradoxes that arise by travelling into the past, like the possibility of killing one of your own parents or ancestors? $\endgroup$ – Gert Nov 29 '15 at 4:30
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    $\begingroup$ As far as we know not everything is possible: the Laws of the Universe place severe limits on what is possible. Good night. $\endgroup$ – Gert Nov 29 '15 at 4:37
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Goedel proved that circular time is possible. I.e., travelling forward in time eventually reaches the past and returns to the present. Not very practical,, but these circular time universes are solutions to Einstein's GR equations, so that settles it....

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  • $\begingroup$ I'm quite convinced it exists. Returning to the present is optional and problematic as it is actually returning to a different present. And I wouldn't even call it "returning" $\endgroup$ – Edenia Nov 29 '15 at 5:35

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