Time Traveling Egypt GrahamMr. Dugan & Ms. Gilbert June 1, 2012
What is Time Traveling? The term “time machine”, coined by Wells, is nowuniversally used to refer to such made man machine to travel time. The Time Machine is a sciencefiction novel by H. G. Wells, published in 1895 and later adapted into two feature films of the samename. It has indirectly inspired many more works of science fiction films and shows.
Thesis StatementTime travel is not something that almost any physicists take seriously in any practicalsense. There are few theories of time travel,and almost none are anything like in movies. Even though that is true, they are many theories and facts that made people realizetime travel is possible and maybe even true.
What would it be like to travel intothe past saving someones life? Or traveling into the future, to find whats to come to another life’s?
People all wonder, and have questions but would anyone ever know the answer. As Samuel Johnson once said “The use of traveling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.” Most people dont believe in time traveling itslike believing in vampires, werewolves, andmyths its just not possible. If we as humans can make airplanes and other deviant machines, then time travel can be possible through man made machines.
How is time travel possible?“The short answer is that time travel is not only possible, its been done, and weve known about it for over a century.” “The reason that the public doesnt seem to know about it is because the amount of time travelinvolved is so pitifully small that it doesnt make for a Doctor Who style adventure.” -Paul Davies
FACT In 1971, two scientists tested this theory by takingextremely accurate atomic clocks on a few airplaneflights around the world at several hundred MPH to see how they changed with respect to a clock thatwas sitting still on the ground. The result: one clock went back in time 59 nanoseconds, the other one went forward 273 nanoseconds. The difference isbecause one was traveling eastward, in the direction of the Earths rotation, and the other was traveling westward, opposite it.
If time travel was possible, everyone would wish to change time either for good or bad.“Would time travel let you change the past? The notion of time travel to the past can suggest paradox. What if on a trip to the past, you accidentally killed your grandmother before she gave birth to your mom?” - (Gott 4)
Time travel not impossible"Under the right conditions, closed time likecurves, could be formed. Allowing travelthrough time, Professor Amos ori of theTechnion-institute of technology wrote in anarticle for the prestigious ground physicalreview"