Creating a Scientifical Way to Travel through Time

International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering
© 2018 by SSRG - IJECE Journal
Volume 5 Issue 11
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Tumula Mani Kota Rajasekhar and Tumula Mani Harsha
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Tumula Mani Kota Rajasekhar and Tumula Mani Harsha, "Creating a Scientifical Way to Travel through Time," SSRG International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering, vol. 5,  no. 11, pp. 1-4, 2018. Crossref,


Form thousands of years, one of the incredible dreams of the human race is, “to change their past” or “to know their future”. For both of these to happen, there is only one way, that is TIME TRAVEL, which is considered as a myth or an impossible event by many scientists. This opinion was slightly objected by Albert Einstein by proposing some unknown context about the word “Time”. But when Stephen Hawkins came to play the opinion was changed by the introduction of a new topic to science known as “TIME BENDING”. Later on, this topic gained one more way to come true. The way in which time travel was achieved can be explained through equation of TIME DILATION in which the related time of a travelling object behaves abnormally when the object reaches the speed of light. As of present technology the maximum speed achieved by humans is around 24.791 miles/sec which is approximately 0.00000003% of light speed. In this paper we are going to discuss how to attain the speed which is approximately equal to the speed of light by using different techniques and some other possible ways to achieve the forever dream of mankind.


Time travel, Time dilation, Time bending, back holes


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