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Topic: Do you think time travel would be possible? Why?

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Noire

lz2009 wrote:

PhoenixSage wrote:

lz2009 wrote:

I don't think so. TIme travel is too risky anyway, besides I don't want to go into the "time paradoxes" argument

I hope you realize, lz, that I am you. From the future.

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GASP!!!! That's impossible!!!

Dun dun dun! No, it's not impossible, it is the truth. Search your feelings; you know in your heart that it is the truth. Join me, lz, and togther we can rule this time period as...the same person!

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Lzeon

@Phoenix: you know what this means, right? Total world domination with multiple mes running around!! Maybe time travel is not so impossible after all!

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Noire

lz2009 wrote:

@Phoenix: you know what this means, right? Total world domination with multiple mes running around!! Maybe time travel is not so impossible after all!

No, it's not impossible. I'm living proof of that, lz. i'm right here, standing in front of you-er, me.

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Lzeon

PhoenixSage wrote:

lz2009 wrote:

@Phoenix: you know what this means, right? Total world domination with multiple mes running around!! Maybe time travel is not so impossible after all!

No, it's not impossible. I'm living proof of that, lz. i'm right here, standing in front of you-er, me.

Living proof, eh? That'll show those scientists and their doubts about time travel!!

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Nathan

Djungelurban wrote:

So basically, you're going with the "LALALALALALA!!! I'M NOT LISTENING" arguement then since the infinity of space and time (or the progression of existance rather) are pretty much proven...

Proven..? Hahahaha! Even I could quote those scientists who prefer to remove God from their minds and prove to you that they are very unsure about the infinity of the universe. Quite recently in fact, I remember reading an article about the Earth being in the center of the universe... this coming from the evolutionists (cough Cabalists cough) themselves. Must have been one of those peer-reviewed articles anyway.. didn't exactly see it on the Discovery channel, like so many people do to get their information about the cutting edge of 'science'. If we are at the center, that implies a finite universe. That is what the ancient holy scriptures tell us also. And that the Earth does not move. I'm serious. Outside of this universe, I believe is what the Bible calls, the "third heaven".

Djungelurban wrote:

And if I take on my religious pants, then who are you, a lowly human, to presume to understand any part of god's plan? Isn't the whole point that god is more then a mere human? So how could you possibly even begin to argue how he did or didn't create reality. Please...

I'll answer this the same way the person to whom it was addressed did. Men and women of the past, who were living in different time periods, in different lands, cultures, and economic conditions, had an experience with a supernatural Being who claimed to be the Creator, and told them how it was. And they recorded such things. And they align.

And by the way, string theory is just another attempt at mental gymnastics to escape the reality that a personal immaterial God made the universe, and not chance happenings through countless universes to maybe sometime hit the jackpot and get life rolling. String theory, pfftt, what absolute nonsense. Hopefully you'll look back and laugh at such Cabalist ideas as absurd, just like the many presuppositions it rests upon.

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Roopa132

Nathan wrote:

I remember reading an article about the Earth being in the center of the universe...

Was that article maybe in a history magazine and was it about the believes in 1700 a.d.?

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Nathan

Roopa132 wrote:

Was that article maybe in a history magazine and was it about the believes in 1700 a.d.?

I was waiting for such a response as this. Anyway, you must not read too much on the subject, otherwise you would not have mocked.

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Roopa132

Nathan wrote:

Roopa132 wrote:

Was that article maybe in a history magazine and was it about the believes in 1700 a.d.?

I was waiting for such a response as this. Anyway, you must not read too much on the subject, otherwise you would not have mocked.

You're right I don't read much about that subject. But I was serious. Was there really an article about the Earth beeing the center of the universe? It's the 16th century all over again.... I really don't there's any possibility that the Earth is the center.... but then again I'm just a 15 year old boy what do I know

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Djungelurban

What? Nathan, are you for real? Like an actual person? I've never met people like you... You're like a cartoon character or caricature... Hey, I know... Maybe you escaped from that mormon cartoon I watched a while back... I can link you to it if you want to... Yeah, mormon's sure are crazy... No I'm not gonna argue with you, it like trying to convince someone that really thinks they are Elvis Presley that they're not... It's not just worth it... Gave me a good laugh atleast...

Wiiperson11

Roopa132 wrote:

Wiiperson11 wrote:

If time travel was possible then people from the future would use it and they would visit us I think so sadly, it's impossible IMO.

And what do you think about my theory that you can just travel to the future but not the past?

Hmmmm...
To the future it actually might be possible!

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Klapaucius

Time travel is definately possible, but only to the future. Time moves forwards in this continuum, and the Universe expands outward. Some believe that in order to travel backwards in time, you'd need a Universe that was shrinking.

Klapaucius

BiasedSpring5

Can someone explain the string theory?

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OldBoy

Here you go....

Generally, string is a thin, flexible piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects. String can be made from a variety of fibres.

Examples of string use include:

String figures, designs formed by weaving string around one's fingers
A bow string, an essential part of a bow.
In musical instruments.

What's this bit for again?

BiasedSpring5

Luigi78 wrote:

Here you go....

Generally, string is a thin, flexible piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects. String can be made from a variety of fibres.

Examples of string use include:

String figures, designs formed by weaving string around one's fingers
A bow string, an essential part of a bow.
In musical instruments.

Thanks for the info...

BiasedSpring5

The_Fox

@Nathan
What, no link to the article claiming the earth is in the center of the universe? It would be interesting to see who flushed their career down the toliet. Assuming they had careers to begin with.

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Knux

Time travel COULD be possible, but I have not seen any evidence supporting it.

Knux

Outrunner

@thewiirocks: Wow, you really got me to think there man. Interesting, especially the bit about free will.
@7.Alejandro_Talavera: I think eternity is what's past the borders of the physical universe. As well as all around us. Oh, and thanks for accepting that other people can have differing views from your own. I respect your right to think for yourself.

"And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins." Matt. 1:21.

colmtheperson

Sure wasn't back to the future based on a true story?

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