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Back and forth time machine

by IAm12YearsOld
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IAm12YearsOld
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Jan24-13, 06:32 AM
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Ok so i am aware that if someone manages to travel faster than light, they are technically "travelling through time" but i was wondering if there was a way to travel backwards in time, i tried searching the web but havent found anything so i was wondering if someone could explain it to me, also is a wormhole possibly useful for travelling back in time because a wormhole actually doesnt seem that hard to create.
Also, can our body even stand travelling through time? i ask this because of g-force and all that stuff.
If we cant is there a way to create something that "stops" g-force
im sorry i sound like a retard but im quite new to physics (im 12 jesus) and am intrested in this kinda stuff :P
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