time travel

After delivering his message, Bryant Johnson was charged with public intoxication.
Only a few books to go and then so will I. It's been a long journey to a virtual chapel complete with stained glass windows, weeding and shelving rare books in a reading room not twenty miles from the special collection where I first learnt the library trade nearly twenty-five years ago.
The surprising answer is: nobody knows. Physicists, despite trying for almost a century to rule it out, have so far failed. The known laws of physics do not forbid time travel. In fact, they appear to make it easy - at least in principle.
A Cambridge scientist has published a paper which might contain a theoretical method to send messages backwards in time. But
Travelling in time through any means other than living normally in a four-dimensional relativistic universe is almost certainly
The idea of a working time machine is one of those increasingly few ideas from sci-fi which really has no basis in reality
Scientists have revealed that they are searching the internet for evidence of time travellers. The bad news? They haven't
Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev has spent more time in orbit around the Earth than anyone - 803 days, 9 hours and 39 minutes
I think it was Russell Davies who first drew my attention to the phrase 'In order to be interesting you have to be interested
Backwards time travel might be possible, a scientist has claimed - if we can harness the power of wormholes. Known technically