Is it possible to travel through time? Currently, are we doing it?

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What is the possibility of traveling through time? Is it possible to do so? You are, in fact, doing it, and you are doing it now as you speed in an amazing pace of one second per second into the future as you speed from here to there at an incredible speed.

The space agency Space said that no matter how long you wish you could spend with a friend who lives far away from you or what you’re watching while it dries, you’re basically always moving through time at the same speed, according to the agency.

There is no doubt that this is a kind of time travel that is great for science fiction, however, there are more than 400 films listed on Wikipedia under the “Movies about Time Travel” category and many fiction writers have been captivated by it. 

“Doctor Who,” “Star Trek,” and “Back to the Future,” are all popular television series that feature characters getting into a crazy vehicle and flying into the past or flying into the future in an effort to change the world for the better. As a result of the concepts of parallel universes and multiple timelines that are included in time travel stories, the characters are left wondering what would happen if they altered the past or present based on information from the future and altered the present accordingly.

It intrigues a lot of people to think about altering history or seeing the future before it actually occurs, however, there has never been an example of people travelling back and forth in time, as shown in science fiction, and there has never been an instance of someone being sent through important epochs without destroying them. 

It is true, however, that there is some reason for bending time to some degree based on science. The theory of special relativity, for example, states that time can be defined as an illusion that moves based on the position of an observer in relation to it. Observers that travel near the speed of light will perceive time as slower than when they are standing still and the consequences that come along with it – such as aging and boredom – much more slowly as compared to when they are at rest. 

This is why Scott Kelly, an astronaut who spent a year in space, appeared to have aged ever so slightly less during the course of that year than his identical brother, who remained on Earth.

Despite the fact that time travel fiction usually focuses on different interpretations of space-time, it largely ignores their counterparts that are scientifically confounding and contradictory in order to meet the narrative requirements.

“Interstellar” by Christopher Nolan, for example, pays homage to science and science fiction. As the lead character in the film, Matthew McConaughey is one of a crew working on a planet that orbits a supermassive black hole, and spends some time there. On Earth, however, those hours appear as if they have been stretched out over decades, due to the effects of time dilation.

Timenews provided that news. 

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