In 1895, English science fiction writer Gerber Wells released the novel “The Time Machine.” It presented an original idea: someday scientists will create a device that allows you to travel into the past and future, perhaps even interfere in the course of history. Since then, this idea is haunted by many. And she has already led physicists to the discovery, which without exaggeration can be called sensational.
The first prerequisites for the study of the theoretical possibility of time travel appeared after Albert Einstein formulated the provisions of the special and general theories of relativity. Continue reading