What physics says about time travel

The physics of time travel is a complex and fascinating topic that has been explored by scientists and science fiction writers for centuries.

While there is no scientific consensus on whether or not time travel is possible, there are several theories that suggest that it may be possible under certain conditions.

One of the most well-known theories of time travel is based on the concept of wormholes. A wormhole is a hypothetical passage through spacetime that could connect two different points in space or time.

Another theory of time travel is based on the concept of closed timelike curves. A closed timelike curve is a path through spacetime that returns to its own origin.


However, there are also several challenges to time travel. One challenge is that it may require traveling faster than the speed of light, which is currently not possible according to our understanding of physics.

Despite these challenges, the possibility of time travel remains a fascinating topic of scientific and philosophical debate.

As our understanding of physics continues to evolve, it is possible that we may one day find a way to make time travel a reality.


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