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How Does Time Travel Work?: 42 - The Answer to Almost Everything Series

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This title is a part of the series 42 - The Answer to Almost Everything Series


Catalogue Number:  AUT031
Producer:  Autentic GMBH
Producers:  Reitz, Daniel
Directors:  Gries, Lucas
Producing Agencies:  mobyDok/HR/arte
Subject:  Astronomy, Documentary, Physics, Science
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Germany
Copyright Year:  2022
Running Time:  29:55


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It's an eternal childhood dream: time travel. How fantastic it would be to be able to jump back and forth into the past and future as you please? Just science fiction? Not quite: scientists from the fields of quantum physics, string theory and astrophysics are making it clear that time travel is theoretically possible - at least when it comes to the future. How might we succeed in building a time travel machine? And what is time anyway?


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