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> Real physics
> Time travel
It's a game guys. Just incase anyone forgot, these are fictional characters in a fictional world for enjoyment, not controversial debating.
Real physics would also tell you that time travel isn't real.
Actually that's not entirely true. Time does go faster the closer you get to the speed of light in accordance with Einstein's general relatively (or special relatively I can't quite remember)
Special relativity is close enough :^)
Well i mean as it stand right now its science fiction but...with rational thinking you can think of acouple ways it could work......
Technically, it is, you can experience time differently than others. As for a train that travels the earth along the equator at near light speed, the passengers would be experiencing time slower than outside of the train. Thus a 1 day ride on this train inside it, you'll get off it a year after. so to speak.
The problem here is that to go into the future you would have to go at such a speed that it would probably kill you. Going back in time would never actually happen since you would need negative speed which is impossible at least by our current knowledge.
That's not "traveling through time" as much as it is changing the current, if you think of time as a river.
can confirm, is physics student.
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I was thinking of the twin paradox of this, but wikipedia answered my question.
In physics, the twin paradox is a thought experiment in special relativity involving identical twins, one of whom makes a journey into space in a high-speed rocket and returns home to find that the twin who remained on Earth has aged more. This result appears puzzling because each twin sees the other twin as moving, and so, according to an incorrect and naive application of time dilation and the principle of relativity, each should paradoxically find the other to have aged more slowly. However, this scenario can be resolved within the standard framework of special relativity: the travelling twin's trajectory involves two different inertial frames, one for the outbound journey and one for the inbound journey, and so there is no symmetry between the spacetime paths of the two twins. Therefore, the twin paradox is not a paradox in the sense of a logical contradiction.
Starting with Paul Langevin in 1911, there have been various explanations of this paradox. These explanations "can be grouped into those that focus on the effect of different standards of simultaneity in different frames, and those that designate the acceleration [experienced by the travelling twin] as the main reason...". Max von Laue argued in 1913 that since the traveling twin must be in two separate inertial frames, one on the way out and another on the way back, this frame switch is the reason for the aging difference, not the acceleration per se. Explanations put forth by Albert Einstein and Max Born invoked gravitational time dilation to explain the aging as a direct effect of acceleration.
Time dilation has been verified experimentally by precise measurements of atomic clocks flown in aircraft and satellites. For example, gravitational time dilation and special relativity together have been used to explain the Hafele–Keating experiment.[A 1][A 2] It was also confirmed in particle accelerators by measuring time dilation of circulating particle beams.[A 3]
Twin paradox is only really an issue when you only look at special relativity
Just another century and we'll be all over that. Mass effect fields HERE WE COME.
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ok thanks for the explanation
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