Time travel will never be possible.
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If time travel were possible, we would have been overrun by tourists from the future by now.
n an effort to prohibit time machines of any design, Hawking has just completed a manuscript, called "The Chronology Protection Conjecture," arguing that the laws of physics forbid closed timelike curves. Somewhat tongue-in-cheek, Hawking cites as "strong empirical evidence" for his conjecture the fact that "we have not been invaded by hordes of tourists from the future."
Would not have time travellers from the future have come back in time within the last 4.6 billion years?
Hmm. Oppose that.
Astronauts who have been in space for extended periods of time have had extremely precise atomic clocks synchronized on their spaceship and matched with those on Earth, and it showed that the astronauts went backward in time 0.005 seconds because of gravitational time dilation.
Your entire argument is wrong by the most objective measures of science. Scientific measurements contradict what you are saying. This is not open for interpretation.
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