those are some old ass pancakes. IHOP doesn't even exist anymore.
wait..how can i type this if i am just dust??? oh...i know..TIME DOESN'T EXIST. therefore everything you typed is crap. enjoy your crapflapjacks!
and while that is an interesting and valid point that is not what i meant to say. i'll thank you to stop putting words in my mouth Tom.
A) if the universe was contracting, it would become the biggest baddest black hole EVAH.
B) there are theoretical experiments that purport if one had a watch on the ground and a watch in somewhere above the normal gravitational pull, in the atmosphere or in gravity free space those 2 synchronized watches would not hold the same time.
then again, i've never talked to an astronaut, so it sounds a bit specious really.
Gravity is what is causing the universe to expand. If it wasn't expanding, it would be contracting. If it contracted, it would eventually collapse, and then there'd be no time.
That's what Allison MEANT to say.
Well, we each have our own personal time based on where we are. It is theoretically possible to take off in a spaceship away from Earth and return before you left. This is known as The Hard-To-Understand-Crazy Theory.
you can't travel through time in a blackhole. all is crushed including consciousness, light, energy itself.
good thing you mentioned Wormholes.
sash went and got all Existential. that's a science of a different color.
Well that's because time traveling forward in time is EASY. You just sit and wait for it to happen.
And traveling backwards in time is theoretically possible inside black holes, except the openings would be too small to put anything through, and it wouldn't matter because you'd be trapped in a black hole. And then there's wormholes, which I know nothing about, but I feel like mentioning them, so I will. "Wormholes".
I went to college with Ron Rege Jr. We were in the same comic anthologies. I don't think I ever met him.
well wait wait wait...what about the theory that time is actually on a curve? if that were true, it cannot move forward inifinitely and must necessarily come back into itself. dude could still catch the show, again...FOR THE FIRST TIME.
(in like, a billion millennia...)
What about physicists who theorize that traveling ahead in time might be feasible but traveling backwards in time is not.
Someone may have already traveled forward in time, Tom, but are unable to return to our present to tell us that it works and how they did it.
and if time travel were possible, someone from the future would have already traveled back in time to the present to tell us how time travel is possible, so therefore, it is not possible. So you totally missed the show dude.