By: Robert D. Twitchell
While time is generally accepted as the fourth dimension by many people, I do not entirely believe that it is a correct analogy. Saying that the fourth dimension is time seems to make the higher dimension more understandable to lay people. The fact of the...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: Clayton A. D.
Arguments of quantum physics concerning the travel of time could never be resolved as those who say "Nay" will state various theories concerning infinite mass, lack of fuel, lack of the ability to stop, etc., while those who say "yea" will argue that we simply...
By: Mamoon Riaz
The change in the frequency or wavelenght when a source or an observer is moving away or towards each other and the medium in which they are is called Doppler effect. It was named after Christian Doppler. He was an Austrian mathematician and physicist. He...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
As a physical scientist one of the chief skills isto know how to ask precise and meaningful questions. To ask "How does gravity actually work?" as per the title of this discussion is somewhat misleading; "gravity" as a word labels those interactions between physical...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
Contrary to what most people learned in high school physics, conversion between mass and energy IS possible, albeit in strictly limited circumstances.If one asked a 19th century physicist about conversion between mass and energy, that physicists' response would without hesitation be to scoff and...
By: Moshe ben-Avraham
As a physicist, I am among the first to admit that we scientists do not know everything, but some things we do know. The process of science- in the strict sense of the word- is the systematic description of observed phenomena in terms of observed...
By: Deborah Mahmoudieh
The Quantum DilemmaThough not a scientist myself, I've always taken an interest in matters of physics and astronomy and from childhood have regularly studied black holes, the properties of light and so on. My main interests recently are the enigmas of Quantum physics and having...
Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible
By: John Rowlands
Time travel is unlikely to ever be a possibility for macro-sized objects, like humans. But, there are several exceptions to this. The most famous is the 'twin paradox', whereby one twin goes off in a very fast rocket at nearly the speed of light. He...
By: D. James
This is a fascinating topic and really, I believe, hits the nail on the head.The distance of the hammer to the nail reduces until contact is made (also a relative term) energy is transferred and the head goes into the board. The more quickly...
By: Angela S. Young
When you consider that time as we know it is a construction of God just for it, it makes perfect sense that time travel exists as a possibility. Before God created the day and the night, time did not exist in the human sense. God...

 

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