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+36 1. OneShot commented 13 years ago

Something is in my head is shouting DONT DO IT!
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+26 2. OwenRay commented 13 years ago

I got to say I'm still skeptical, first see then believe.
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-11 3. mant0 commented 13 years ago

it will never be possible to travel through time
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+81 4. Skeesicks commented 13 years ago

pffff...time machine....I have already built one next week.
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+62 5. yurtb commented 13 years ago

wow amazing vid!

It'd be cool if when he switches it on he'll receive like a 500 Petabyte flash disk with
1.cure for aging
2.5$ solution for global warming
3.INCREASE the Size of Your Member NOW!

I do hope that in the future there won't be many trekkies that'll be too afraid to violate the "temporal prime directive"
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+31 6. Xer commented 13 years ago

i guess it's that simple, like coffee! :D
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+6 7. iovnzu commented 13 years ago

how old is this clip???
i've heard that scientists nowadays know that IF time travel is possible, then it's only possible to travel to the future.
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+8 8. RandurSource commented 13 years ago

The narrator sounds the same as from the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, was this an extra episode?
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+5 9. archis commented 13 years ago

#7 nobady has proved that you can't travel to the past.
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+8 10. Jonsu222 commented 13 years ago

i think it's pretty old.
did you look at the monitors they were using.
ancient stuff.
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+16 11. Rizzon commented 13 years ago

What can possibly go wrong?
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0 12. EagleEyes commented 13 years ago

I think time travel is physically not possible.. :|
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+8 13. woodhatch commented 13 years ago

Von Daniken explained this theory many years ago in "Odyssey of the Gods", but religious leaders and scientists alike ridiculed him. Now it seems he was right!
It is so easy to put down the thoughts of men when those thoughts are new and not fully understood. But give a man a doctrate and suddenly it is believed. How many scientists and leaders have laughed at UFO's. Stephen Hawking says they exist and suddenly everyone listens.
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+2 14. Napper commented 13 years ago

Traveling through time, imo, is possible to the future, but not to the past, due to paradoxes.
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+4 15. irishgek commented 13 years ago

#5 LOL hahahah dammm man nice just nice ....

~and ya i think if it did work first thing would happen would be a note on a tiny bit of paper saying "dont switch it on what every you do dont switch it on it causes the end of the universe sigened yourself 5 seconds from now .....joke"
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+3 16. archis commented 13 years ago

#14 do you mean ''Granpa' paradox? But what if you travel trough time and do not/can not great a paradox?
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+6 17. MiNo commented 13 years ago

I'll explain to you why this method of time travel won't work:

We're on planet Earth, which revolves around the Sun at approximately 30 km/hr in an irregular, oval trajectory. This means that a position on Earth will never be on the same position in the plane of the universe. Let's just say that this device successfully twists space; what will result is a stretch of "twisted space" that follows the trajectory of Earth's trajectory. The device in the near future will be far from the spatial position of the device today.

Since the device must remain in an exact position in the universe, I would suggest that this device be built on the platform of a non-moving (which means not affected by Earth's and the Sun's gravitational field) space station.
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+2 18. mescaline commented 13 years ago

This guy talks about accomplishment but nothing's done... Sounds all rubbish to me.
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+8 19. Mitak commented 13 years ago

Ah nice, we "just" have to twist space :)
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+4 20. nofreeusername commented 13 years ago

#17 that cleared it up a bit, but its still confusing stuff to get a grip on :P
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-1 21. kevlar commented 13 years ago

#18 This guy you talk about is one of the greatest astrophysician in the world. Just letting you know...
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+3 22. rul3z commented 13 years ago

Yes. Coffee and space are EXACTLY the same.. Bullcrap
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+5 23. huldu commented 13 years ago

The earth is flat. Heretic! You shall be burnt alive.

Go back in time and see what people said back "then". Go check out most basic things that were laughable back "then". Now imagine what people will say thousands of years from now.

Just posting "this is how it works" is just rubbish, anything can and will happen, given time.
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0 24. Foxer57 commented 13 years ago

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+3 25. cameramaster commented 13 years ago

Intrigiung !

What would happen i wonder if they built one......and used it to send a duplictae machine back in time? would they then be able to " leapfrog" ever further backwards ?
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+3 26. xarfaxus commented 13 years ago

Hmmm why would anyone from future want to sand anything back to past, wouldn't that create entire new future changed because that information/object or something?
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-1 27. USAnumber1 commented 13 years ago

#21 Did you mean he is one of the greatest "astrophysicists" or do you mean this guy is a doctor who works in space?
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+7 28. kekke2000 commented 13 years ago

I dont think it works. But I wouldnt stick my hand in there either.
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+5 29. MattiKattila commented 13 years ago

I dont belive in time traveling, we would seen some proof now in that case.
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+3 30. zxoxz commented 13 years ago

Time is a temporary thing given to mankind. "When the seventh trumpet sounds time will be no more."
Thats from The book of Revelations.
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-1 31. NotFirst commented 13 years ago

Time is a physical property. It is not uniform.

It is subject to mass, acceleration, gravity, among other things. (spacial dimensions and what not). Which makes it subject to to laws of entropy as well. (Special Relativity-Length, mass, velocity and time are relative to velocity of the observers)-backs up #17
Most people think of time as linear. Like I am standing on a street corner watching a parade go by.

If you were outside of the restrictions of the four dimensions (directly knowable) that we live in, you would not be subject to time. It could be manipulated.(the bending and folding of space-time) However, I don't know of anyone who can remove themselves from these restrictions. Unless there was supernatural intervention I.E.: the other six (indirectly knowable) dimensions??? There is support that shows that the other dimensions are superior to 1-4. For example, the 3rd dimension can manipulate the 2nd and it is superior. The 6th to the 5th-1st, and so on. As a crud example, you can bend or fold a piece of paper, to Mr Flat, on the piece of paper (2nd dimension), it would be confusing. Outside of his understanding of reality.

"People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between the past, the present, and the future, is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." -Albert Einstein

You can look back in time, and you can go into the future. But you cannot go to the past, and you cannot look into the future. :(|)

I still want some future coffee though!
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+3 32. prankphonecall commented 13 years ago

So light is like a spoon in coffee???

If so, i'll be twisting space and stepping back in time at around 9am this morning.
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+4 33. NotFirst commented 13 years ago

Don't forget to remember tomorrow!

And light is both a particle and a wave.
Black holes are only theoretical, all we can do is see a dark spot. It is good science to assume what it is, it is bad science to say what it is. just a thought.

Where is my space-time-light coffee? (new drink at Starbucks)
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+1 34. Usdevildoggmc commented 13 years ago

Wow this special episode never gets old =) I Just woke up 10 minutes ago from a dream where I was actually time traveling in.... And it was to the past to see some girl... so who's to say it isn't possible :D
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+14 35. d3vill0ck commented 13 years ago

I used a time machine. It's Called Tequila. Traveled 4 days in the future. Woke up in a dumpster. Naked like the Terminatlr.
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-3 36. Fergus_Thedog commented 13 years ago

Lol #30... tool
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+2 37. msavio008 commented 13 years ago

#35 greatest comment on snotr of all time lol.
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+3 38. imagic commented 13 years ago

it works ! tomorrow i saw someone who i met in 2012.

what kind of weird situations you will get ? suicide will be totally different :) hey i want to kill myself, lets go back in time and kill my parents >:)
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+1 39. Tehrasha commented 13 years ago

#8 Ironically, the narrator is arguably the greatest Time Lord of all time, Tom Baker.
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+2 40. Sindry commented 13 years ago

omg turn the damn mashine off or else you probably will start a world-war or somthing..... and btw humans has always been able to travel to the future we do it every day ! :D
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0 41. Napper commented 13 years ago

#16 Well I quess we'll find out whether you can or cannot create paradoxes once we get a working timemachine. Until then I still think it's only possible to travel to the future.
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-1 42. gendarme commented 13 years ago

Traveling through time is impossible. It is against the very definition of "time". Period. Everything else, including this guy's talk is bullshit. Just messing with viewers' minds. If it is how he says it is - why doesn't he do it? Instead of talking shit.

#31 - Right on!
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-2 43. badboy007 commented 13 years ago

have you guys not seen HOT TUB TIME MACHINE
it is possible.
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+1 44. thoruus commented 13 years ago

I had that dream once, I was walking around my old house and I knew that it's (it was?) 15 years ago. I saw myself and my parents and the whole dream was so peaceful! And I was calm like never before in my life because I knew that nothig wrong's going to happen for the next 15 years. Great feeling :)
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+1 45. Vaithan commented 13 years ago

I'd send my past self the 10 million I rob next week. I'd not get arrested because I haven't done it yet. Unless the pre-cogs catch me :D
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+1 46. vitaminm commented 13 years ago

first message comes through "turn it off, turn it off! there's robots everywhere"
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+1 47. c0mmanderKeen commented 13 years ago

this is how the star trek warp drive works. really intruiging idea. the warp bubble moves the space inside it, so the ship itself is not moving.
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0 48. BongRipsForUSA commented 13 years ago

cocaine is a helluva drug