Is Time Travel Possible? Can We Travel Back in Time?
There is no actual "correct." Einstein made a "theory," not a fact. If Einstein's theory is correct, we could theoretically travel back in time but the problem is, we would not be able to go into the future1. What's the similarities between time travel and space travel?The faster your motion through space relative to a stationary reference frame, the more your motion is diverted from your motion through time. In other words, in a very specific sense, we move through time at lightspeed. The faster you move through space, the more your movement through time is diverted by your movement through space. At lightspeed, all your motion through time is diverted by your motion through space. A photon does not experience time. All of its motion through time is diverted by its motion through space. According to relativity theory anyway2. How to travel with cats?Some cats do fine being loose in the car. Try taking them for a little ride (5-10 minutes) and see how they react. I had one cat, a wonderful loving tabby, that I took for a car ride. I was not driving, so she crawled into my lap, squalled, and peed all over my lap! Some years later I had 3 Siamese, and drove from Wisconsin to Montana with them loose in the car, without a bit of a problem. I think its great that you are taking your cats along with you!!!3. Is it Cheap to Travel to Trinidad?It all depends on where you are flying from. If you are in the US it might be better for you to go to Miami. For me in the Caribbean, I would definitely go to Trinidad because the fair is cheaper, the prices are not that bad, I know my way around and I would feel safe. I can just go down town and buy a few doubles and just watch the people go buy sitting on the side of the road. You might not want to do that. I might even buy some shark and bake. Generally, I go to Chaguanas and shop but I might just stay in POS. From the time I take to spend that extra money to go to Miami I could stop right here in Trinidad. I have been there many times and I have not have a problem. It is up to you though because my experiences might be different to yours. All you have to do is to stay where there is lots of people and the same precautions you would take in your country take there. Do not walk around with your purse expose because that would be asking for trouble.4. Is it safe to travel to Israel?Of course it's safe. It's safer than the US. all that stuff you hear is media bullS5. Where to travel in Europe?You can visit Norway :)6. How do I learn about mountain bikes?Firstly, size. Also, go and have a look at a few of their bikes, there is an interesting rating system next to the bikes, indicating the type of riding that it is suitable for. Next, using 1 - 10 scale. But this is based upon components, layout and value for money. MBR is a good place to do some research. For general bike buying, it is advisable to stick to some of the bigger brands. Trek, Scott, Giant, Specialized. You might also consider some of the smaller manufacturers like Claude Butler or Dawes. For components use either SRAM or Shimano gears. Cranks, either Shimano or Truvative, although if you want to throw money at this you could easily look at 2 - 300 on Race Face or Hollowtec. However, many manufacturers use their own brand, eg. Bontager = Trek. However, if you stick with the brands listed above, they will use viable kit, it just depends how much money that you want to spend on your bike. Hard tail or full sus? Firstly, do not spend less than 700 on a full sus. Do not buy an all singing, all dancing 200 bike from Walmart, Tesco, Cycleking, etc. Hard tails tend to be lighter. Also, because you are not spending huge amounts on a rear shock, you get better quality components elsewhere. So, spending 700 on a hardtail will get you a nice race machine with good quality components and viable suspension. You will still get a nice full sus for this price, but the overall quality will not be as high. If you are just hitting well maintained gravel tracks and roads, you do not want your front fork to do too much, so 80mm travel is good. This is also good if you want to race, since you lose less forward power to bouncy forks. For general XC, about 100mm fork travel, although an adjustable fork between 80 and 130 mm is OK. Any fork that starts at 120mm travel will tend to fall into the all mountain category. These will have chunkyer tyres than XC and are better for bounlders and logs etc. Downhill will have a lot of travel up front, with a raked back design. Luck