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6342 No. 6342 ID: bf90a9
What is more plausible, time travel or interdimensional travel?
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>> No. 6344 ID: 604f11
> What is more plausible, time travel or interdimensional travel?
They're the same thing.
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>>6344
That depends a lot on what model of physics you subscribe to.

That being said, time travel (to an extent) and inter dimensional travel are both theoretically possible with wormholes.
>> No. 6346 ID: b338a2
It's impossible to travel through dimensions, they aren't places you can go to
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>>6346

Impossible is just a word that people use to feel better about themselves when they quit!

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>> No. 6371 ID: af3192
>>6342
>time travel or interdimensional travel?

Depends on your definition of time travel. If you mean picking any point and time in history - past or future - and being able to go back and forth... Probably on the same order of difficulty as traveling to another dimension of some sort.

If you have a much looser definition, you could even count air travel and being in space as "time traveling".
>> No. 6376 ID: 988d13
>>6345
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>> No. 6537 ID: ad60cb
Read Flatlandersand ask your question again.
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>>6342
>Astronauts are time travelers, moving a fraction of a second into the future as they orbit the earth.
>> No. 6561 ID: 2a0af0
You're already moving through time at the rate of 1 second per second :^)
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