The quest to find those who have come back from the future all started over a poker game.

Astrophysicist Robert Nemiroff and his students were playing cards (for chips) last summer, chatting about Facebook. They wondered: If there were time travelers among us, would they be on social media? How would you find them? Could you Google them?

“We had a whimsical little discussion about this,” said Nemiroff, a professor at Michigan Technological University. The result was a serious-but-fun effort to tease out travelers from the future by sifting through the Internet. Unfortunately, they have uncovered no DeLorean time machines, but that hasn’t made the search less interesting.
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The subject of time travel has intrigued both scientists and science-fiction writers alike for centuries, but now scientists are suggesting that the concept is theoretically sound.

Back in September of this year, UK physicist, Professor Brian Cox, declared that time travel was certainly possible, but only to the future and not to the past.

"The central question is, can you build a time machine? The answer is yes, you can go into the future," the University of Manchester professor told the audience during a speech given at the British Science Festival. "You’ve got almost total freedom of movement in the future."
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This stunner begins with Whitley Strieber telling the story of a movement through time that happened to him in New York City in 1983. He found himself suddenly in the city as it must have been a hundred years before. It turns out that the experience unfolded within a short distance of one of Nicola Tesla’s labs, where he might well have been engaged in experiments involving time travel.
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Whitley Strieber has had a couple of spectacular time travel experiences, and here he asks Marie D. Jones what they may mean and how they might happen. He has also had ‘time slips’ and he brings these to Marie. There is also an incredible discussion of the fact that scientists have recently discovered that wormholes might actually be opened, especially into parallel universes.
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