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We may not be able to travel into the future, but a new idea for a time machine may allow future generations to travel to the past. If this has already been invented, perhaps UFO encounters are examples of these travelers visiting US?THEIR past.

This time machine is based on bending space-time until it forms a loop. In, Charles Q. Choi quotes Israeli physicist Amos Ori as saying, “We know that bending does happen all the time, but we want the bending to be strong enough and to take a special form where the lines of time make closed loops. We are trying to find out if it is possible to manipulate space-time to develop in such a way.” He mentions one small problem: “It can’t be used to travel to a time before the time machine was constructed.”
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Israeli physicist Amos Ori has developed a theoretical model of a time machine that could allow future generations to travel into the past.

Previous theories of time travel are well grounded in Einstein’s General Relativity theory. Physicist Stephen Hawking has called time travel “an important subject for research,” but has also proposed some of the strongest challenges to the concept. General Relativity states, among other things, that the gravitational pull of large objects such as planets can actually bend time and space. Time travel research is based on bending space-time so far that the time lines actually bend back on themselves to form a loop.
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Psychologist Dick Bierman thinks that some people avoided 911 because they saw it coming by looking into the future.

The Evening Standard reports that Bierman believes that “ordinary people really do have a sixth sense that can help them ‘see’ the future,” and quotes him as saying, “We’re satisfied that people can sense the future before it happens. We’d now like to move on and see what kind of person is particularly good at it.”
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