Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hawking's time machine

There has always been a great deal of interest about time-travel. It has been the centre of many science fictions. Frankly, who wouldn't want to travel through time and aspire to a part of this surreal experience?
But as of now, it seems the idea of time machine is still a dream. But according to eminent astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, the notion of time-travel is in fact, quite realistic and he strongly believes that humans would be able to travel millions of years into the future and repopulate their devastated planet. In an article earlier this month, published in the British tabloid, Daily Mail, the noted cosmologist outlined theoretically his ideas on time travel. It may be mentioned here that, this is his second surprise, after expressing his belief in the existence of extraterrestrials.

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