So last months post covered some aspects of time traveling here with some theories and other similarities
We’ve been teased mercilessly with the prospect of time travel by literature (The Time Machine, Slaughterhouse-Five), movies (Back to the Future, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure) and even television (Quantum Leap). But so far, the concept has remained limited strictly to fiction. The advantages to being able to travel through time are clear (meeting Napoleon, watching the moon landing), and the disadvantages have been pretty well chronicled too (i.e. really screwing things up). As much as we all would like to see time travel become a reality, some things are probably best left to the imagination.
“Beam me up, Scotty!” The show: Star Trek. The Scotty: Montgomery Scott. The beaming: teleportation. It’s a staple of many sci-fi plots, this ability to be transported from place to place instantaneously. While nothing even close has yet made its way to the real world, a number of physicists have studied whether we really could hurtle ourselves through a hypothetical wormhole. The U.S. Air Force has undertaken a study on it, and one man has even filed a patent for “a pulsed gravitational wave wormhole generator system that teleports a human being through hyperspace from one location to another.”
Davis, a physicist with Warp Drive Metrics of Las Vegas, couldn’t be reached for comment. The Air Force paid $25,000 for the report, part of a $20.5 million advanced rocket and missile design contract. The report calls for $7.5 million to conduct psychic teleportation experiments.
Below are a few more celebrities that seem to have incarnated: