From: Dan Fabulich <email@example.com>
>Into the future? Absolutely. Backwards? Almost certainly not.
>Consider: if we were develop backwards time travel at some point
>in the future, then someone could have gone back in time to some
>point before today. If time travel will be discovered, then it
>has already happened.
>Thus, due to the very nature of time travel, if it hasn't happened
>already, we can safely assume that it never will.
Heh,heh, nice try Dan.....
This assumes we live in the past, not the present. If we are (as I
believe) living in the present, the future hasn't happened yet.
But it was fun to reason out. "Is it time for the tea party yet?
I'll get my hat... Where's Alice?"
But it was fun to reason out. "Is it time for the tea party yet? I'll get my hat... Where's Alice?"
Current reading: Trappist: Living in the Land of desire. by Michael
Downey ISBN 0-8091-0491-1