It is impossible to peek into the future. For now?
Einstein’s theory of relativity says that it is possible to travel through time. True, only in the future. Can science break down the wall between the past and the future?
Cosmonaut Sergei Kaljnikov is a world champion in time travel. He spent eight hundred and three days outside the Earth’s gravitational field, moving at a speed of approximately thirty thousand kilometers. That’s how he managed to spend one forty-eighth of a second in the future. If he traveled at the speed of light for a year, upon his return he would discover that ten years had passed on Earth.
Will we be able to construct a time machine and if we succeed in that, what would be the consequences?