That or there is no really known means of time travel
Must be the former, because the cover seemed to suggest that there was! And that it involved public telephone boxes...
I think what probably happened was they revealed the secrets of time travel, but some readers used it to build a time machine and caused all sorts of crazy paradoxes, or inadvertedly turned the world into a post-apocalyptic hell, or maybe a cruel police state where The Computer controlled our every move. The only way of saving the time-line was to come back and amend the article so that it didn't reveal the secrets of time travel... But they didn't bother changing the cover...Colm
Shadowwolf wrote:Ahh good old Mr Kaku, seen him many a time on various Docu's, entertaining guy. His book though, is it speculating on what physics might be at work were some of the items cited to be real phenomena or just debunking; as I can't see him giving much credence to some of it. Stuff like telepathy, psychokinesis, alien craft, pre-cog or perpetual motion, none of which has ever been shown to have a shred of basis.
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