In keeping with our plan to survey the planet for signs of time travel and the use of our book title, OMG, today we will offer some fascinating science behind the time travel element of our CUL8R time travel series. The one important function this blog does is show why we spent no time going into how the time travel app actually works.
So this video comes by way of our own Smithsonian. Quantum physics professors at the University of Ulm in Germany, have created a mathematically-accurate visual approximation of the hypothetical Gödel model of the universe. That is, they show what it would look like if you could simultaneously see past, present, and future versions of physical objects.
So, if the Super Bowl becomes a runaway you have video to launch on your big screen Sunday to keep your guests entertained. Just imagine the deep discussions you will have about what time travel would look like, PBS’s NOVA made the “Time Traveler” computer game to illustrate Einstein’s theories on the subject.
But this all about time travel to the future. NOVA and the Smithsonian have not caught up with time travel to the past as Einstein had. Einstein left his quote on the home page of the CUL8R series site to consider. A great site with cool music for the time travelers.