Essay About Time Travel

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Man lives in the present. But does he really? The answer is ‘No’. Mind is always occupied with the to-do list. One thinking chain intertwined with another and the mind is always planning the future. No wonder these thoughts led to the concept of time travel. Scientifically defined as ‘moving between different points in time in a manner analogous to moving between different points in space using the theoretical invention called the time machine’. Although researchers have claimed accidental time travel in the past, but the concept is difficult to comprehend. It is yet to be seen if human time travel will really be possible.

Through this report, an attempt has been made to unravel the stories and myth about time travelers. The beginning of
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His works include basic laws, which govern the universe; he showed that Einstein's General Theory of Relativity implied space and time would have a beginning in the Big Bang and an end in black holes – one of the great scientific developments in the first half of the 20th Century. His publications includes bestseller on time travel – A Brief History of Time, Black Holes and Baby Universes, The Universe in a Nutshell and many more. Stephen was diagnosed with ALS, a form of motor neurone disease, shortly after his 21st birthday. In spite of being wheelchair bound and dependent on a computerized voice system for communication Stephen Hawking continues to combine family life and his research into theoretical physics together with an extensive programme of travel and public lectures.
In his work on Space and Time Warps, Stephen explains the chances for space and time warps. He has witnessed how theories have evolved over time. The idea that space and time can be curved, or warped, is fairly recent. For more than two thousand years, the axioms of Euclidean geometry were considered to be self-evident. One of the consequences of these axioms is, that the angles of a triangle, add up to a hundred and 80 degrees. However, in the last century, the realization occurred that other forms of geometry were possible, in which the angles of a triangle, need not add up to a hundred and 80
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