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  - Space and light can be distorted. Just because you cant travel at the speed of light, nothing stops you bending it, and cutting the corner.   - Space and light can be distorted. Just because you cant travel at the speed of light, nothing stops you bending it, and cutting the corner.
  - If space is sufficiently distorted, you get the same effect as the opposite of traveling at the speed of light but without needing to move. This is known as the event horizon.  Assuming you can escape it, this would allow travel to the future.   - If space is sufficiently distorted, you get the same effect as the opposite of traveling at the speed of light but without needing to move. This is known as the event horizon.  Assuming you can escape it, this would allow travel to the future.
-  - If by effect you travel faster than the speed of light in real space, it would allow you to travel into the past. Space folding can do this. Aka worm holes.+  - If by effect you travel faster than the speed of light in real space, it would allow you to travel into the past. Space folding can do this. Aka worm holes. If one side is in the past.
  - Traveling into the future is easier than traveling into the past. Any fool can do it.   - Traveling into the future is easier than traveling into the past. Any fool can do it.
  - Traveling into the past is difficult, because there is no feedback to a researcher, anything sent to the past ceases to exist in the current quantum universe. It may or may not be easy to travel back, but since you don't know what happened after you sent something - you cant add to our knowledge of it.   - Traveling into the past is difficult, because there is no feedback to a researcher, anything sent to the past ceases to exist in the current quantum universe. It may or may not be easy to travel back, but since you don't know what happened after you sent something - you cant add to our knowledge of it.
 
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