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Quantum Physics is Time Travel Theoretically Feasible – Yes



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Time travel is theoretically feasible. The human mind is a powerful instrument and mind over matter is quite real, though I don't suggest experimenting with standing on the tracks in front of a speeding train. No, that would be suicide. But the ability to travel to the future, is real. Intuition proves a future. That is a solid awaiting.

But the past, I'm not so sure of. Since that would entail a much more complex set of circumstances. I think that it would not entail the physical reality, but another reality, where, instead of physical properties being shifted, an actual shifting of reality would occur. Whereas, traveling to the future would involve molecular issues and effect the body. Going back in time less sequential than going forward. Since time is genetically coded within human beings, and the disease Progeria proves that that time can actually be speeded up, physically, but not emotionally or intellectually, would that not prove that inner time is physical? No, because a child with Progeria would then age intellectually and at least show some emotional maturity of a very old man or woman.

A child with Progeria actually time travels physically and yet not intellectually or emotionally. Age is a speeded up process for these children. But the outside reality moves only at a rate of objective time agreement based on the average lifespan of human beings, not effected by Progeria.

Close your eyes and open your mind. Can you not envision horses on dirt Main Street of the old west?

We have this ability within us when we ponder about various decisions and where those decisions will lead us. We can, by reason of imagination and linear thought put our selves there, within our own minds. We travel by means of imagination to that place, which is non linear thought. We imagine the possibilities with linear thinking.

"The ordinary adult never gives a thought to space-time problems.... I, on the contrary, developed so slowly that I did not begin to wonder about space and time until I was an adult. I then delved more deeply into the problem than any other adult or child would have done." -Albert Einstein

It is a feasible theory.

"My interest in science was always essentially limited to the study of principles.... That I have published so little is due to this same circumstance, as the great need to grasp principles has caused me to spend most of my time on fruitless pursuits." -Albert Einstein

But we can never say it will happen in our time, because it won't. Think about it.

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