I predict Albert Einstein ; I will meet.

Oh Albert Einstein , how I have always adored thee –

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Lately, I have been considering time travel – as I ponder the wonders, opportunities and beauty of it.

 

“People think of time travel as something as fiction,” says Tippett. “And we tend to think it’s not possible because we don’t actually do it. But, mathematically, it is possible.”

 

In 1915 Albert Einstein announced his theory of general relativity, stating that gravitational fields are caused by distortions in the fabric of space and time.

 

More than 100 years later, the LIGO Scientific Collaboration – an international team of physics institutes and research groups – announced the detection of gravitational waves generated by colliding black holes billions of lightyears away, confirming Einstein’s theory.

 

If this doesn’t blow you away, as it did for us – then you have a problem – or a problem in believing in magic, I mean math.

We are only kidding, ( in case you aren’t around with us as often, as humor keeps our day light and fruity fresh & we take that serious for fulfillment ) with you on the problem, as you would not have a problem either way – to each their own beliefs, eh?

However our conclusion and our prayers may have been answered…

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Why?  Even if we can’t really teleport with time travel on over to 3 decades ago or to last week… More so, because we should feel enchanted and fixed to study – “Studying space-time is both fascinating and problematic. And it’s also a fun way to use math and physics. “

We are so allured by this idea, for possible 2017 or in the years to come, either way if you like space and time , mister Al Einstein and his radical theories then head on over to where our source and spark of interest came from —

The real scoop on this article and in full – check out our source from Sciencedaily.com, below and head on over now, for in which they have the juicy content.

Have a great day friends, as always –

From our galaxy to yours,

Bayleaftechnologies –

-BLG

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170427091717.htm