If you had the ability to travel through time, how often would you do it?
If time travel were possible, do you think paradoxes would be easily created or impossible to create?
Of course, time travel is possible, in the forward motion. We all do it every day, from one moment to the next. There are no paradoxes caused by our moving forward in time. We all eventually die, and our absence after we die does not create a paradox. So why should a paradox be created if we were suddenly absent from the now and suddenly were present in the past or far future?
To a time traveler, jumping around in time would not feel like it. It would all be a normal flow of time for the time traveler. How could the time traveler even tell she was jumping through time? If she jumped to the past, she might ask someone there to verify the date and year. But what if the person she asked had also jumped through time? The two of them would have to ask a third person. And if that third person had jumped through time just then, the group of three would need to ask a fourth person.
What if everyone in the world jumped through time at the same time? How would we verify we had done it? What if we are not constantly and steadily moving forward, but jumping back and forth in the time stream all of us together to the same points in time? How would we know? There would be no one to ask to verify for us the date and year we currently occupy. Well, if our calendars didn’t follow us through time, we could tell by looking at them.
Look at your calendar right now. Does it say February 24, 2013? Mine does. If yours doesn’t, you might have just jumped through time.
- Time travel (rpaulwicks.wordpress.com)
- Welcome Time Travellers! (or more evidence against time travel) (popperfont.net)
- About Time: Time Travel Logic, Paradoxes and Looper… (them0vieblog.com)