Is time travel possible?
In the past few years, some scientists have used those distortions in space-time to think of possible ways time machines could work. Some like the idea of "worm holes," which may be shortcuts through space-time. This and other ideas are wonderfully interesting, but we don't know at this point whether they are possible for real objects. Still the ideas are based on good, solid science. In all time travel theories allowed by real science, there is no way a traveler can go back in time to before the time machine was built.
Can we travel through time?
It is said that time travel is possible and in fact it is. The key things needed to travel through time are speed and kinetic energy. Einstein’s theory also known as the theory of relativity can be used to understand how to deal with travelling to the future. Einstein showed that travelling forward in time is easy. According to Einstein’ theory of relativity, time passes at different rates for people who are moving relative to one another although the effect only becomes large when you get close to the speed of light.
Time machines have been under consideration for some time now, however for the first time the possibility of building a time machine that could take humans to the past, exists and how and why was first described in . However, the background behind why it is possible is far more complex, requiring a broader understanding of a variety of applicable sciences and mathematics
Who invented the time machine?
The Time Machine is a mechanical device used to manouver an object or person through the fourth dimension of time. It is not to be confused with the obvious meaning of the phrase "Time Machine", a watch. It was first said on November 5th, 2005. By combining knowledge of 's Special Theory of Cheap Sci-Fi effects and 's ability to fly around the sun backwards at incredible rates, Brown constructed (now an optional extra on most cars), which, at the speed of 88 MPH, was able to propel any vehicle through time (for some reason the size of vehicle doesn't matter), though only to years ending in 5.
At first mostly used by uninspired scifi-authors, time machines are currently in use by individuals, governments and organizations to change history to alter public opinion and to gather funds in the form of future lottery numbers, game scores and horse race results.