Author: Vanessa Madera
Many people think that time travel will be possible one day in the future. However, some people disagree, saying that time is what it is meant to be, and humanity can’t change this. Scientists believe that time travel May be theoretically possible, but well beyond our current technological capabilities.
As one scientist once pointed out, we’re all constantly time traveling. We’re going one second at a time into the future, and we could go faster if we wanted. Astronauts are basically time traveling. Did you know that on the moon, astronauts age slightly faster than regular people on Earth? An example of this is when Scott Kelly came back from a year in space. The age gap with his identical twin, Mark, had widened just by a little bit. This proves that we have already encountered some type of time travel.
I watched a video on a website that had a lot of good information about one travel. Dr. Michio Kaku says that the key to make a time machine would be a black hole of some sort or negative matter and negative energy. However, the black hole would be harder to find, because as Del. Michio says, once you enter the black hole, your body would be ‘spaghetti-fied’. This meaning your head all the way to your toes would be stringy and stretch out, kinda like spaghetti. He also stated that the atoms would also be spaghetti-fied. He ends by saying that traveling to the future is easy and that are our astronauts do it all the time. But, traveling to the past, now that’s another story, another problem.