I was listening to a physicist the other day and he said they are only one step away from time traveling. So unless we go extinct in the next 5 or so years it will be happening soon. I guess it is always possible we go extinct shortly but I really don't see that as the case.
haha, that was a joke right, time travel isn't that easy, but I will keep an eye out, there are a few things I would like to change(https://futurism.com...me-machine-past and https://www.syfy.com...ed-time-machine). I don't buy the idea that lasers can create a time machine, I think a black hole would be required bent into a donut shape.
"By studying the type of gravitational field that was produced by a ring laser, this could lead to a new way of looking at the possibility of a time machine based on a circulating beam of light," Mallett told CNN. "Eventually a circulating beam of laser lights could act as a sort of a time machine and cause a twisting of time that would allow you to go back into the past.”
“Even an atomic bomb does not have enough energy to drive a time machine. For a time machine, you need the energy of an exploding star,” City University of New York physicist and professor Michio Kaku, who also acknowledges that Einstein’s theory allows for time travel, told Closer to Truth in a video interview."
Edited by VictorMedvil, 27 March 2020 - 12:04 AM.