Doctor leads time travel research

By | September 6, 2006

Doctor leads time travel research

Experiments aimed at unlocking secrets of time travel are being led by Aberdeen University.

Researchers are examining the fabric of space time and what science fiction authors refer to as the fourth dimension. Dr Charles Wang will study the microscopic movement of atoms, which can be affected by the earth spinning. He said: “This is a very interesting possibility which cannot entirely be ruled out by physics.”

He told BBC Scotland: “If you have curved space time, the time circles and you might just travel in time. “If we can slow down the atom and isolate it and guide into the fluctuation then there’s a possibility it’s there.” – bbc

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