Is time travel possible based on theory?

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  1. TheFrogger Valued Senior Member

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  3. TheFrogger Valued Senior Member

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    Even if someone moves at one-mile an hour, if they do it forever, they will time-travel. There's no need to travel at the speed of light. Even Turtles can time-travel.

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  9. Oblivionspace Registered Member

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    The simple answer is no !

    Past and future geometrical positions are not time travel , it takes an amount of recorded history to travel by means of comparative measures such as a clock . A clock could run anti clockwise while travelling ''forward'' but the clock has no effect on the travel .
     
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  11. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Please provide the relevant quote or reference.

    Nobody can travel at the speed of light.

    Define time travel, as you're using that term.

    You are posting in one of our Science subforums. You need to do better than to spam the thread with pointless fluff. If you can't do that, maybe go and play in the pseudoscience sandpit with the other kids, and leave the adults to talk about the science. Okay?
     
  12. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Welcome to sciforums. You are posting in one of our Science subforums, where we expect that statements can be backed up with appropriate evidence or argument upon request.

    Please explain how and why any clock would run "anti clockwise", assuming it is working correctly. Provide relevant references and or discussion of the relevant scientific principles. Otherwise, please refer to the previous post.
     
  13. Oblivionspace Registered Member

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    Do you mind if I explain this using relativity and basic physics ?

    Two people sit opposite each other on a train , between them on the carriage table sits a glass clock .


    Observer one observers the clock tick clockwise

    Observer two observes the clock tick anti clockwise


    DEMO:

    Observer 1 >clock< observer 2

    That should be simple enough for you all to understand , you can even spin a bicycle wheel between two observers if you want to see this in real life .

    One views left and one views right , that is objective relativity . The same applies to toilets and flushing , in Australia the flush cycle doesn't rotate the opposite way to the other side of the world .
     
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  14. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    Soooooo

    Observer one observers the clock tick clockwise - using the instrument in a correct manner

    Observer two observes the clock tick anti clockwise - using the instrument in a incorrect manner

    That should be simple enough for even you to understand

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  15. Oblivionspace Registered Member

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    The correct manor of use would be argumentatively subjective !

    I'm sure you are aware of simultaneity of events and what one observer observes is not necessarily what another observer observes . Quite clearly an observer who only considered their manner of use would be incomplete in thinking , in not considering the second observers manner of use and thinking !
    I think it is apparently obvious that the relativity of the train carriage scenario is a duality of time measured, relative to the simultaneity of the event .

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  16. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    I think what you are looking for is TRUTH

    As in both are telling the truth in their description of their observations and one is not more truthful than the other

    But the situation has nothing to do with time travel

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