If we knew how to control the fourth dimension and thus travel through time, such an ability would certainly revolutionize the world.
Ever since the publication of the H.G. Wells book “The Time Machine”, we have been dreaming about time travel. Could such a fantastic notion become reality someday?
Time travel is essentially possible at any time but it is different from what’s portrayed in films and books.
Gennady Ivanovich Padalka who holds the current record for time travel is a Russian Diver, Parachutist and Fighter Pilot that has traveled into the future but, how can that be?
First of all, it should be noted that despite the excursion into the future, Mr. Padalka presumably did not feel older after he returned.
The Russian Pilot and Diver is a Cosmonaut who happens to hold the world record for the most time spent in space – 878 days in earth orbit between 1998 & 2015.
And since time is a variable that’s influenced by factors such as gravity & speed, it changed during his journey due to the lack of gravity not hypothetically or theoretically but practically.
When Mr. Padalka came back from his adventures, he found the earth to be 1/44th of a second to the future of where he expected it to be. He literally traveled into the future.