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    Dr. Ronald Mallet at the University of Connecticut believes he can build a real time machine, saying:

    “Light is effective at twisting space and time and so, my idea is to use a circulating light beam to twist space and close time into a loop.

    “The key technical challenge is trying to get enough laser power to cause this twisting of space and time.”

    On paper, Ron’s idea actually works for sending atomic particles back in time.

    He explains that this is a “real time machine,” where particles would only be able to travel within the time period from which he first turned it on. Particles could not go into the past of the machine’s initial ignition.

    The project plans to be in operation for up to one hundred years, during which it thought that it could become a kind of “phone line to the future.”

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