Is time travel possible?

Theoretically, a beam of laser light could create a time spiral that could allow one to travel into the past, albeit only to a certain point.

While time travel is still the stuff of science fiction, a physics professor from the University of Connecticut named Ron Mallett recently suggested that maybe not today but eventually, it could happen.

Is time travel possible?
Future time travel may no longer be a fantasy.

Mallett told CNN that his work is based primarily on general relativity and on special relativity by Albert Einstein, who said that “time can be affected by speed.” .

Referring to the sci-fi movie Planet of the Apes, where astronauts travel to Earth’s post-apocalyptic future on a rocket traveling near the speed of light, an accurate representation of special relativity. Einstein’s distinction says that you are traveling fast enough, respectively you are traveling through time , so one can also rotate time in a loop and thus go into the past in some way.

“It turned out that my understanding of lasers ultimately helped me in my breakthrough with the understanding of how I could find a whole new way to the foundation of a time machine,” said Mallett. speak. “By studying the type of gravitational field generated by the ring laser, this could lead to a new look at the possibilities of a time machine based on a periodic light beam.”

Saying that would provide a theoretical equation that would prove this would work for education, Professor Mallett argued that a cyclic laser beam could act like a time machine and cause a Time spiral allows you to travel back in time.