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Friday, April 12,2013

Iranian scientist claims to have built 'time machine'

A scientist in Iran says he has constructed a time machine.

But before you get too excited: He says his time machine can show you the future by printing out a detailed prediction using "advanced algorithms." It doesn't take you to the future.

Also, it's not possible, a theoretical physicist says.

See the story at National Geographic.

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Wasn't it Feynman who guessed that an electron was a positron coming backwards through time?
Seriously, is particle theory something that the press wants to dramitize next? A perfect stage where no answers can ever be confirmed and all theoriticians say something different and mostly bizarre.

 

 

 
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