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Shahid asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 4 months ago

Should time travel be made illegal?

Inventing a time machine could be a crime like no other, with a perfect way to escape, and no 'fingerprints' left to trace.

Just think about it what if someone invents a time machine tomorrow, goes back in time and changes everything - making you, me and the world, as we know it, non-existent. Should there then not be measures to stop this before it one day happens!

5 Answers

  • 4 months ago

    with a perfect way to escape, and no 'fingerprints' left to trace.

    If you believe EITHER of those claims, you wouldn't be able to operate a time machine, let alone invent one.

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Sorry, I'm too busy trying trying to find a cure for Covid to invent a time machine.

    This is never going to happen.  If you are concerned, discuss it with your therapist.

  • Robin
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    No as we are all traveling forward 

  • 4 months ago

    There is some lack of logic in this issue

    - Time travel in movies is stupid. If you travel back 1 hour, the Earth has already moved on, and you would be in space.

    - The science of that would allow time travel could be useful in many other ways, such as sending messages to the past, or think about this, if I can send a message back 1 nanosecond, I could create a computer with infinite processing power, as it can take as long as it wants, but keeps looping back in time with each step of the process

    - Then of course, if you build a time machine, how can they stop you

    - Also, why do you think they have a lottery based on picking random numbers. It is a great way to catch time travellers trying to quickly cash up. 

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  • Jake
    Lv 6
    4 months ago

    I already have a time machine. Every time I go to sleep I wake up in the future.

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