Friday, April 26, 2013

Time Travel

Time perception depends upon the structure of the Universe,
for when it expands, time will go forward as well as its inverse
If the Universe were in stasis*, time would probably stand still,
and we could move to the past or future at our very own will
But the fabric of the universe is to what we will be nailed,
so by then the entire galaxy most likely would have sailed
Suppose after 27 million years (through calculations), a red dwarf star will be given birth,
which current day scientists and astronomers would want to study from the Earth
and even better if that dwarf star was to occupy the position of our Sun,
the scientists need only go to the future, and ensure that their equipment run
Once that's achieved, the ship will be in close proximity to the star with its heat,
so the astronauts can return to Earth after securing quite an astronomical feat.
But what if a mishap occurs and they land inside the star?
I doubt their research and studies, would then go very far
but that's a chance those reckless people would definitely have to take,
their fates stay suspended on a spindle, whether to make or break
However, their research of the celestial body would take at least a day,
chances are the Earth and Sun would have gradually drifted away
But in such a short span of time, how much can the Solar System hurry?
they will be united with their beloved planet soon, it isn't worth the worry
But worst of all, what if they traveled 27 million years back,
and land in absolute vacuum ; space is eerily black
because the entire universe had moved in the upper-dimensional direction,
creating uncertainty inside the ship, growing horror and complete tension
and just a few minutes later the Big Bang would obliterate them and,
soundlessly a new Universe would come into being and expand

*stasis - the state of equilibrium or inactivity caused by equal and opposing forces

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