Monday, June 23, 2008


World renowned theoretical physicist Michio Kaku discusses time travel, parallel universes, and reality. In his newest book "Physics of the Impossible," Dr. Kaku suggests time travel may not be impossible.

What if you went back in time -- would you meet your younger self? Could you go back and kill Hitler, say, and alter history? Would there be a "butterfly effect?" Would you want to visit another time? Would you want to see the future?

However it will look, we know one thing: It won't look like this movie trailer for "The Time Machine."

Science fiction has played with these questions for years, with varying degrees of success. There are many time travel movies -- a recent favorite being the low budget, indie film "Primer."

"Temporal Anomalies in Time Travel Movies Unravels Problems in Time" is a website worth investigating. Click HERE for the connecting wormhole.

Michio Kaku's website is HERE.

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