Re: TimeTravel

Michael Wiik (
Thu, 22 Oct 1998 09:16:55 -0400

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Randall Randall writes:

> OK, I can follow you so far: if you return to the past of
> yourself, you were always part of that past. However, if
> we introduce the idea of "Many Worlds", another possibility
> arises: that we may be able to return to a past exactly
> similar to our own, but with the addition of ourselves (the
> time travelers). The only difficulty I can see is that
> there appears to be no way to get back to the "present" you
> left.

Since it can't be tested, how would this be different from a disintergration device?


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