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Time Travel-

* What Science Has To Says About Time?

Travelling forwards in time is surprisingly easy. Einstein’s special theory of relativity, developed in 1905, shows that time passes at different rates for people who are moving relative to one another – although the effect only becomes large when you get close to the speed of light.

If one were to leave Earth in a spacecraft traveling at an appreciable fraction of lightspeed, turn around and come back, only a few years might have passed on board but many years could have gone by on Earth. This is known as the “twins paradox” since a traveler undertaking such a journey would return to find himself /herself much younger than her twin.

There’s only one problem with anyone wishing to get a glimpse of the future – getting back. It would mean traveling faster than light – and that’s not possible.

But there may be an out to be found in general relativity, Einstein’s theory of gravity that unites space and time as “spacetime”, which curves in the presence of mass. It allows for the possibility of wormholes – a kind of tunnel through spacetime connecting otherwise very distant parts of the universe.

If the “mouths” of the wormhole are moving relative to one another, then traversing the bridge between different points in space would also take a traveler to a different point in time to that in which he/she started.

However, it would still be impossible to go back further in time than the point at which the wormhole was created, limiting the options for travel somewhat – and possibly explaining why we haven’t encountered any visitors from the future. If any natural wormholes were formed in the Big Bang, it might be possible to travel to a limited number of points in the past and in the distant universe, but wouldn’t enable one to flit around the cosmos at will as the Doctor seems to do.

More restrictively still, theoretical work by Kip Thorne of Caltech using a partial unification of general relativity with quantum physics suggested that any wormhole that allows time travel would collapse as soon as it formed. Thorne did, however, resolve an apparent issue that could arise due to by time travel (within the confines of general relativity). The “grandfather paradox” involves going back in time and accidentally killing one’s grandfather before one’s father is conceived – preventing one’s own birth, making it impossible to go back in time and kill one’s grandfather. Thorne found that for point masses traversing a wormhole, no initial conditions create this type of paradox.

*What Faith Says About Time?

“Faith is not contrary to the usual ideas, something that turns out to be right or wrong, like a gambler’s bet: it’s an act, an intention, a project, something that makes you, in leaping into the future, go so far, far, far ahead that you shoot clean out of time and right into Eternity, which is not the end of time or a whole lot of time or unending time, but timelessness, the old Eternal Now.”

Although this remains a fantasy, something science-fiction rather than non-fiction, the spiritual books(Bible) encourages us to spiritual time travel. The believer uses faith to transport herself into the future, a spiritual experience that has a significant sanctifying impact on the present (2 Peter 3:11). And in Romans 6, the believer uses faith to transport himself back in time, again with significant present impact.

This spiritual time travel is not an optional extra, something for high-flying Spiritual, but this is something for every person to try. In fact, you will never make much lasting progress in holiness if you do not travel back in time to Calvary’s cross and the empty tomb.

Let me put this as bluntly and as starkly as possible: The Spiritual holiness depends primarily on his/her ability to time travel by faith.

Yes, there are other helpful strategies for pursuing holiness including the diligent use of the means of grace, spiritual disciplines, remembering the warnings about disobedience, and the promises of spiritual reward for obedience. However, the greatest help to holiness, without which none of these others can have any lasting effects is learning to travel back in time by faith to the Cross of Calvary and the Empty Tomb.

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11 comments

  1. I actually think that the concept of ‘time’ and ‘space’ are erroneous constructs. I can’t prove that, but I do believe that there is a simultaneous enactment of anything that happens throughout what we envision as ‘time’ and ‘space.’
    According to the theory of quantum physics, if a molecular change happens in an element here on earth, then it occurs silmutaneously throughout the universe to that element wherever it located and in any quantity.

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    1. I do appreciate …your feedback..Ya its just my concept an opinion please do correct me if I have missed/correct.. 🙂 quantum physics I think , it is an atomic energy levels, photons, and the wavelength of electrons…passing in form of energy..at undefine level quantity..I do think that.. So I think the energy that emit during the molecular change …same amount of energy pass in form of wavelength of electron.. In undefined speed:) Thank you for writing:)

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  2. Well theoretically, time travel is possible but what prevents it is all the paradoxes that comes into play once we think about traveling in time. But those paradox does not intervene once we assume that if we alter the past, a different future in alternate universe will form.
    True, wormholes are extremely unstable and they open up for infitesimal amount of time and they would collapse as soon as something with greater mass would try to enter it. That’s why time travel is still considered a science fiction. But if we can try to create conditions to form a wormhole on Earth and could find a way to make it stable, then with further experimenting I think there will come a time when time travel could become possible.

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