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Is Time Travel ACTUALLY possible?
I'm sure we all have dreamed of traveling through time. Maybe you want to go back to the past and see how things were, or would you prefer to go into the future and see what happens? Time travel is a mainstay of science fiction, and people often imagine the benefits and risks of such an ability. But is time travel actually possible? To understand how we might go about traveling through time, we must first understand what time is. Classical physics saw time as something that exists everywhere in the universe, and it progresses at the same rate for everyone. This means that a cause always leads to an effect, never the other way around. Something that the universe relies upon is the problem with this understanding of time. Though it holds true in some circumstances, it doesn't work in all cases - this is why Einstein's theory of relativity is seen as one of the most important scientific breakthroughs ever. It explains the changing nature of time, and has consequences for objects moving at high speeds, as well as those held within gravitational fields on a human level. Some examples include black holes - which assert the greatest gravitational poles in the universe.They are so powerful that the light itself cannot escape, and they also slow down time to an extreme degree.