"Unreasonable" time machines in film and television history

From time to time, time travel has always been a favorite theory for filmmakers to use. Some of the famous works like "Star Trek"...

From time to time, time travel has always been a favorite theory for filmmakers to use. Some of the famous works like "Star Trek", "Back to the Future" or the latest "Avengers: Endgame" can be mentioned.
These stories mostly use time travel as part of the plot, rather than seriously exploring how it might work, and the audience doesn't really care about it as long as the movie logic still Consistency. That's why so many movies have made quite ridiculous ideas.

And below is 5 times this theory becomes different from practical science.
1. Pass the speed of light

Unsurprisingly, almost every movie taking time-traveling themes has Albert Einstein's theory, moving faster than the speed of light.

However, even when it proves to be accurate in practice, the timeline is also dominated by many other sources of impact energy, especially gravity. This is an observable phenomenon, as the atomic clock placed on a commercial plane will be different from the ones on the ground. In addition, moving beyond the speed of light can only give us a one-way ticket to the future but cannot change the past.
2. Use the Love constant in the middle of a black hole

"Interstellar" is truly an outstanding work by the film's great effort for the deep exploration of the universe. In particular, they created an accurate picture of a black hole for many years before the time when humans took the first picture of it.

But when astronaut Cooper sent a message back in time to Murphy's daughter with constant Love. It is something we have the ability to sense far beyond the two spacetime, it doesn't seem convincing. A good idea, however, science does not (or has not) been backed by this strange theory.
3. Wormhole

Another time travel method that we are familiar with is through wormholes, or Einstein-Rosen bridges. They connect from one space-time zone to another and sometimes matter can pass through it. However, there is no empirical evidence of the existence of deep holes, so they almost do not exist. Even if a deep hole can be formed, it will always be unstable because with only a small impact, including the fact that the material passes through it, can completely cause the deep hole to collapse. Even in the most stable condition, it is very difficult for people to pass through them, because electromagnetic radiation is pouring into deep holes (from stars, cosmic microwaves, ...).

In addition, if the worm hole is created by humans, the first gate to enter will be the moment it forms. Simply put, we will not be able to go back to the past before successfully constructing this machine because the exit is non-existent. Saying that to see "Avengers: Endgame" can really be the most accurate scientific time machine in fiction ever.
4. Chain of universes (Cosmic String)

A rather strange hypothesis but scientifically studied is time travel based on cosmic strings, or narrow energy tubes spread along the entire length of the expanding universe after the Big Bang. These ultra-narrow areas are the remains of primitive times billions of years ago at the time of the collision. The cosmic chain is expected to contain an enormous amount of matter. Thus, it is possible to bend the space around them. They can extend infinity or bending into infinite loops.

Astronomical physicist J. Richard Gott hypothesized that: "If we have two perfectly parallel and infinite series of universes in length, we can create an extremely powerful space-time bend to that travels in them ". However, the man himself must admit, "It is a project that only a super civilization can do."
5. Fly fast around the Sun.

The time travel machine, which often appears in the "Star Trek" series, from Time Crystals in "Star Trek: Discovery", to Tachyons, Chronitons and Red Matter ...

But with "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" the theory has been ridiculously far away. The filmmaker's home for astronauts uses the time travel method called Slingshot Effect. It works by flying at the speed of light around something that has a lot of gravity, like the Sun.
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High Tech Brain: "Unreasonable" time machines in film and television history
"Unreasonable" time machines in film and television history
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