In Time: Time Travel Possibilities

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Past, present and future become simple terms that depend on the moment of time we are reporting. We can represent our time as a continuous loop, a sort of Möbius band. If we accept this model, then it would be possible to travel along the loops to a point, whether past or future. Time can be viewed from this perspective by analogy with images recorded on a video tape. Everything we would need to travel in time, in this situation, would be knowing the operation with the fast forward and backward scroll buttons. This second hypothesis may seem fantastic, but there is already plenty of evidence to support it, as well as a theoretical framework in relativistic physics.

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