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Topic: About Time Travel and The Time Travel Paradox
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J. Antonio Perez M.

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Re: About Time Travel and The Time Travel Paradox
Posted: Jan 8, 2013 5:30 AM
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On Tuesday, January 8, 2013 11:03:07 AM UTC+2, Hannu Poropudas wrote:
> If you try to construct a galaxy model or universe model where time
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> travel is possible without any paradoxes
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> you have to satisfy following two axioms C1 and C2 and the definition:
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> C1 (Locality). The laws of motion inside any region U do not depend on
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> anything outside of U.
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> C2. In any causal spacetime the laws of motion must be compatible with
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> any initial data.
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> Definition. The paradox is the inconsistency of some laws of motion
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> satisfying conditions (C1,C2) with initial data fixed in a causal
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> Reference:
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> Krasnikov, S. 2002.
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> The time travel paradox.
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> arXiv:gr-qc/0109029v2 27 Mar 2002.
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> (C1 on p. 6, C2 on p. 7 and Def. on p.10.) pages 1-17.
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> My model of a galaxy mentioned in my Master of Thesis (Poropudas,
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> Hannu, 2006. Geodesic Algebras. Oulu University) satisfies all of
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> these.
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> Best Regards,
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> Hannu Poropudas



Great, mazat tov to you, but

(1) What has this to do with mathematics?

(2) Are you selling out those galaxies?



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