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how can the possible time travel?

asked in Astronomy by sameer khan

2 Answers

We are all time travelers.  When you are old, you will understand better.

I don't know of any answer to your question that would satisfy your intent.  

Here is my best advice:  To travel back in time is the blessing of memory.  To travel forward in time is the blessing of imagination.
answered by anonymous
One can move faster and slower in time respective to speed, but speed can't be negitive, so time cannot move backwards. If you were to travel a large distance, say to another star near the speed of light, many years would pass back on earth, however, only a couple of years would pass respective to you. You could come back to see your children older than you.
answered by Ryker