Do you believe in Time Travel to the future? Stephen Hawking does and he thinks for of the world’s physicists are wrong for not believing in time travel. In fact, all you need is: “One wormhole, the Large Hadron Collider, or a rocket that goes really, really fast.” Hawking is not alone in believing that time travel is possible.
Sir Arthur Clarke, author of Space Odyssey 2001 who famously stated that “when a distinguished scientist states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong”. As Hawking points “Although I cannot move and I have to speak through a computer, in my mind I am free. Free to explore the universe and ask the big questions, such as: is time travel possible? Can we open a portal to the past or find a shortcut to the future? Can we ultimately use the laws of nature to become masters of time itself?”
But several leading scientists, including Charles Liu, the author of “One Universe: At Home In The Cosmos”), and Michio Kaku noted author of “Hyperspace” fare on board with the concept of time travel. True to Clarke’s statement, sometimes affectionately known as “Clarke’s Law”, each objection seems more like reason to expect time travel than rule it out. One pf the problems as Professor Greene states that all time-travel theories operate at the very boundaries of known physics, and are therefore unlikely to work – especially since pushing the boundaries of our understanding being where new discoveries are made. As Sir Clarke said years ago: “The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible”.
Stephen Hawking describes it well:
“I do believe in time travel. Time travel to the future. Time flows like a river and it seems as if each of us is carried relentlessly along by time’s current. But time is like a river in another way. It flows at different speeds in different places and that is the key to travelling into the future. This idea was first proposed by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago.”