Time travel thread
What are some unexplained historical moments that are cool and freaky that indicates real time travel
Post that faggy balding hipster guy
Post anything related to fag john titor
Post anything cellphone related or any other debunked shit
>“I was just about to give up hope on anyone knowing who Tipler or Kerr was on this worldline. The basics for time travel start at CERN in about a year and end in 2034 with the first “time machine” built by GE.” – November 2, 2000
Did john titor really say this? Did CERN exist back then as being devlopment in progress?
>or any other debunked shit
Er.. Timetravel backwards isn't possible, so it's ALL debunked shit you moron. As soon as they say they're a timetraveller they debunk themselves.
>this is a tinfoil rp thread
Uhh, yeah. That's pretty explicitly what it is. If you couldn't tell, OP is asking for something that isn't known to be possible in current scientific thought.
It's not about scientific thought it's about what's possible and what isn't.
Time is a measurement scale, not a linear dimension that you can travel on/through/along/whatever. Time doesn't move, and we don't move through time. It's a tool. There is no back/up/down/forward/diagonal or whatever the fuck direction you want, through time.
Time is change. Things change state, we measure the state and create a linear model of the various changes. There is no going "back" to a previous state.
It's incredibly hard for us to describe time without using directions and tense. This is where people fuck up.
>It's incredibly hard for us to describe time without using directions and tense. This is where people fuck up.
Grammar isn't evidence. Many different cultures have different methods of speaking about time. If you think people can't disassociate concepts from the grammar that's used to convey them, then you really have no appreciation for the human intellect. Either that or you're an absolutely horrid communicator and you've never experienced a situation where rephrasing yourself to pander to someone else's understanding resulted in them suddenly getting a very complex concept.
No, grammar doesn't create cognitive biases that prevent rational discussion. That literally only happens with Schizophernia and other world salad generators. Your assertion that:
>Time is a measurement scale, not a linear dimension that you can travel on/through
Is meaningless and lack any authority whatsoever. It's not something you could physically know at all.
You can't experience time being non-traversible.