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Is there a way to go back in time?

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-20 19:25
You go back in time and you will affect everything else.

If you fly out to the edge of the solar system at the speed of light and look back you can see the earth back in time. You cant be there but you can see it happening.

When you come back to earth you will be on a different clock than when you left.

You will feel like time sped up but everyone else will see that you slowed down time.
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-12-06 01:14
In quantum scales in some experiments some particles have appeared to go back in time; they say that causality doesn't exist at this level, but that it emerges from the statistics of it.

Now, transporting a greater mass of particles to the past becomes increasingly less likely, until the point of negligible chance.
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-12-07 02:02
In fifth grade, I learned about that sort of thing and figured that if you went really fast to go forward in time, relatively, then you just need to hold really still to go back. But then I thought the rotation of earth and even the act of living kinda prevented that, so I never published my hypothesis.

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Years later I read a book that was a simplified overview of quantum stuff and missed most of it but got that there's a non-zero chance of noclipping through the ground and that sometimes concerns me.

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