I've heard plenty of stories of time travel, some of them even sounded fairly credible, but I'm not sure if it's a real thing or not, partly because I'm not convinced that time even exists, it could just be a mental construct. The past is a memory, the future is a dream, those are mental constructs, not actual things. It is the present moment, and that has never changed, so it has always been the present moment. It's like the concept of time is how our minds navigate change.
It was invented in 4326 and I enjoy popping to the 21st century to post on Amirite.This internet thing is so primitive.
Yes, I travel to the future every second, one second at a time.
It's especially noticeable at night. I go to sleep, and when I wake up, it's about 7 hours in the future.
Seriously, I doubt it. One could apply the Fermi question about extraterrestrials to time travelers from the remote future. Where are they?
Or perhaps they can only observe, but cannot be observed by us, or interact with us in any way. That would get rid of some of the most glaring paradoxes about time travel.
I believe it's possible....it can't be done with a 2008 Toyota though.
That's traveling to the past.
Yep...Need the right tools for the job.
I did when I was a kid. Mom would say "I'll bop you into next Tuesday!" and I believed her.
I think it would be cool and I love time travel stories, but for me to actually believe I'd have to see it.
and if it existed, id blow the machine up. only need one nincompoop to change the world, where you or i never existed, no thanks, or one where we are slaves or worse