Physicists Ben Tippett, from the University of British Columbia in Canada and David Tsang, an astrophysicist at the University of Maryland have thought of what they assert is a numerical model of a hypothetical “time machine” – a container that can move in reverse and advances through time and space.
The trap, they say, is to utilize the curvature of space-time in the Universe to twist time into a hover for speculative travelers sitting in the container, and that circle enables them to skip into the future and the past.
They say the materials that we need to construct this thing are so unique, we haven’t found them yet.
The model depends on the possibility that as opposed to taking a gander at the Universe in three spatial measurements, with the fourth measurement (time) isolated, we ought to envision those four measurements simultaneously.
That enables us to think about a space-time continuum, where diverse headings in space and time are altogether associated inside the bended texture of the Universe.
.On the off chance that space-time were ‘leveled’ or uncurved, planets would move in straight lines. In any case, as indicated by relativity, the geometry of room time winds up bended in the region of high-mass items, which makes planets twist their ways and turn around their star.
Their thought reviews another hypothetical time machine – the Alcubierre drive, which would likewise utilize a shell of fascinating issue to transport travelers through time and space (speculatively).
The two thoughts can’t go extremely far without some thought of how to really deliver these space-time-twisting materials, however as Tippett calls attention to, we’re never going to quit pondering about the conceivable outcomes of time travel, and this is only one more bearing we can take in this mind-bowing study.