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Man builds message-receiving 'time machine'

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« on: November 09, 2015, 12:46:57 am »

The problem of space moving is only true if space is purely mathematical. If space is real, as relativity theories suggest, then space drags along with matter where matter is dense. The space in a laboratory is not likely to drift through matter, especially if the laboratory is located underground. Thus, a radio transceiver built to send signals through time could receive signals it sent in the same basement without worry of the signal drifting somewhere else.
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