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10 Ways to See into the Future: Time Travel
Can time travel allow us to visit the future? Watch as a child explains Einstein's theory on the elasticity of time on The Science Channel's "10 Ways to See into the Future."
2057: Time Travel
Time travel is a topic that has fascinated people for years. Learn more about the idea of time travel in this video from HowStuffWorks.
Dark Matters: Philadelphia Experiment
Do you believe in time travel? See how this theory tries to prove that a ship vanished in thin air, then returned.
How the Universe Works: Are Black Holes Wormholes?
There could be much more to black holes than we think; Scientists explain that black holes could be portals to other universes, or doors to time travel.
How the Universe Works: Birth of a Black Hole
Black holes form when supermassive stars collapse, which triggers an extreme gravitational unbalance.
How the Universe Works: Black Hole's Sucking Power
A black holes' gravitational pull is an unstoppable force that swallows everything.
Sci Fi Science II: An Emailable You
How do you safely transport people across the galaxy? What if we could email...people?
Sci Fi Science II: Frozen In Time
Michio Kaku looks for a way to travel long distances through time and space, without using suspended animation.
Sci-Fi Saved My Life: T1 Robot
On Discovery Channel's series, "Sci-Fi Saved My Life, " learn how to make a terminator robot.
Sci-Fi Saved My Life: T1 Tank
On The Science Channel series, "Sci-Fi Saved My Life," see how the first terminator robot was created.
Sci-Fi Saved My Life: T1 Tank User
On Discovery Channel's series, "Sci-Fi Saved My Life," see how robots are used in todays army.
Sci-Fi Saved My Life: Time Travel
On Discovery Channel's series, "Sci-Fi Saved My Life," learn how time travel works.
Science of the Impossible: Time Travel
Paranormal investigators claim that a U.S. Navy Destroyer was sent through time during World War II. Learn more about this phenomenon in "Science of the Impossible" on Discovery Channel.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: A Walk In Time
Hawking and other visionary physicists consider the possibility of using wormholes as portals to the past and future.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Alien Grazers
On an Earth-like planet, a herd of alien herbivores grazes vertical cliff faces with the aid of specialized mouths and legs.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Alien Grazers
On an Earth-like planet, a herd of alien herbivores grazes vertical cliff faces with the aid of specialized mouths and legs.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Black Hole Time
The immense gravity of black holes makes them natural time machines. Someday spacecraft may be able use them to journey into the future.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Fear the Aliens
If advanced spacefaring aliens exploit resources like humans do, we'd better hope they don't find us anytime soon.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Gas Giant Life
One possible form of extreme alien life may be creatures that inhabit the dense atmospheres of gas giants.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Mad Scientist Paradox
Hawking uses a variation of the "grandfather paradox" to show why time travel can give cosmologists nightmares.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Planets
A powerful telescope searches for undiscovered planets, but not in the way you might expect.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Primordial Soup
Could life on other planets develop from a primordial soup?
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Survival
Alien life forms would need to adapt and evolve to survive, just like organisms on Earth.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Time Travel Starship
In the future, a massive spaceship built for extreme velocities could accelerate to near light speed and travel into the future.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Water
All life forms need water, and that's true on Earth as well as other planets.
Stephen Hawking's Universe: Wormhole Voyages
If we could ever open a massive wormhole, could it be used as a portal for journeys to distant planets or the deep past?
Through the Wormhole: Dark Matter
One theory suggests that the world may be made of something called Weakly Interacting Massive Particles or WIMPs, and the answer to this theory can be found underground.
Through The Wormhole: Gravity Domination
If we could distinguish the role gravity plays in the quantum realm, it could answer the question of whether or not it's possible to travel through time.
Through the Wormhole: Is That a WIMP?
Scientists are on a lengthy hunt for WIMPs (Weakly Interacting Massive Particles). After a year of searching underground, has the answer to the world's creation been uncovered?
Through the Wormhole: The Time Keeper
Einstein's Theory of Relativity says that time travel is perfectly possible. But only if you're going forward. Does time travel currently exist through the use of GPS?
Through the Wormhole: Your Second Life
Does the usage of SIM's and computing power hold the answer to whether or not there is a creator of the universe? Perhaps we are merely computer simulations of our future selves.
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