Who has not wanted to go back in time to revive or repair something? What if the famous time machine mentioned so many times in science fiction movies existed? Would the rules of not changing the past also apply in this reality? There are many questions with only one certainty, the concept of time travel is fascinating and caught the attention of physicist Barak Shoshany, who may have discovered a flaw in the theory that would make the experiment possible.
According to the theory of the theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, it combines space and time into a single entity; “space-time”, both systems work, albeit in an extraordinarily complex way. According to information from Phys.orgthe theory has been around for over 100 years and has been verified with one of the highest accuracies ever reported in such tests, so physicists believe that the basis is an accurate description of the idea in our universe.
Moreover, according to our modern understanding of time and causality, i.e. the general theory of relativity, time travel would be fully possible while being compatible and consistent with the theory of relativity. However, physics and mathematics can be different, and the equations are ultimately meaningless if they are not based on calculations that are married to reality.