Time Travel

It has long been believed that time travel was linear and was not measurable or even observable. This paper will attempt to explain new discoveries, which will challenge our beliefs about time travel – that time travel can not only be measured, but observed.

Using the Algebraic Laws to solve for time in a few of the Laws of Physics, the following four proofs are achievable:

1. Velocity is defined as Displacement divided by Time (v=d/t). Assuming a constant displacement, this equation can be further reduce to show that Time is an inverse of velocity (v=1/t). This would indicate that people are moving too fast to observe time travel.

2. Acceleration is defined as Displacement divided by Time squared (a=d/t2). Assuming a constant displacement, this equation can be can further reduce to show that Time is an exponential inverse of Acceleration (a=1/t2). To keep this equation balanced, as Acceleration increases, Time must decrease. This would indicate that people are doing increasingly more to hinder our ability to observe time travel.

3. Force is defined as Mass times Acceleration (f=ma). This equation can be expanded: Force equals Mass times Displacement divided by Time squared (f=md/t2).

Assuming a constant mass and displacement, this equation can be further reduce to show that Time is also an exponential inverse of Force (f=1/t2). To keep this equation balanced, as Force increases, Time must decrease. This would indicate that one would have the greatest chance of observing time travel when exerting the least possible force.

4. Work is defined as Force times Displacement (w=fd). This equation can be expanded: Word equals the Mass times the product of Displacement divided by Time squared times Displacement (w=(m(d/t2))d). This can be simplified to: Work equals the product of Mass times Displacement squared, divided by Time squared (w=md2/t2).

Assuming a constant mass and displacement, this equation can be further reduce to show that Time is also an exponential inverse of Work (w=1/t2). To keep this equation balanced, as Work increases, Time must decrease. This would indicate that society works too much to observe time travel.

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2 Responses to “Time Travel”

  1. Steve Says:

    So says the American physicist. Italians do time travel all the time.

  2. eltiti2009 Says:

    I´ve readed in a pseudo-scientist magazine that some astronauts could travel to 99’99% of light speed and they could circle the entire universe in some more than 57 years for they. But when they back to the earth had passed billions of years.

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