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ckaricai

Saw this article today. Looks like the math for a time machine has been worked out. Now if only one could be built. Looks like Michael might not have been so far off suggesting we'd eventually be able to build a time machine. Gotta say, my favorite part of the whole thing is that the acronym for the theory is TARDIS.

http://www.sciencealert.com/physicists-just-came-up-with-a-mathematical-model-for-a-viable-time-machine

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Bobby

But didn't they also say that when you go back, you don't come back to your current timeline.  Basically you become part of another.  I think I remember that in the channeling about the pyramids.  Unless I were part of a galactic witness protection program, I don't think I would enjoy that.   LOL

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ckaricai
1 minute ago, Bobby said:

But didn't they also say that when you go back, you don't come back to your current timeline.  Basically you become part of another.  I think I remember that in the channeling about the pyramids.  Unless I were part of a galactic witness protection program, I don't think I would enjoy that.   LOL

Yup, I remember that bit too. Who knows what the math actually says. I can't do higher math anyway so it would all be gobeldygook to me. The fact that the math even exists is kind of interesting to me. 

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Sarah
2 hours ago, Bobby said:

But didn't they also say that when you go back, you don't come back to your current timeline.  Basically you become part of another.

 

I recall them saying that you could go back to your timeline (if you do so within a certain amount of time); it's "coming back" to the changed timeline that's the problem because you've created a new timeline that's not "yours". (But feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.)

 

I literally had another tab open with an article about this time machine math when I saw this thread...

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just stumbled upon the thread I believe

 

MEntity: One can only go back into the same timeline if there is no relevant interaction.

 

MEntity: In other words, you can go back to see your grandparent, for example, but if you were to kill him, you are immediately in a branched parallel.

 

MEntity: This was learned the hard way.

 

MEntity: There is a "time limit" on return to one's own present. Tf you kill your grandparent, generating a branch, you can return to your present, but you will have still had your grandparent.

 

MEntity: However, there is now a parallel branch where "you" are not born, but you can never visit that.

 

MEntity: Nor can you see the consequences of that.

 

MEntity: Unless you stay there. From what we can see, once an event triggers a branch, it behaves similar to how we describe Nexus windows. It is a matter of hours before you are then locked into that parallel and cannot return to your present.

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6 hours ago, Bobby said:

But didn't they also say that when you go back, you don't come back to your current timeline.  Basically you become part of another.  I think I remember that in the channeling about the pyramids.  Unless I were part of a galactic witness protection program, I don't think I would enjoy that.   LOL

 

Like right now I'm kinda' ok with this option...

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