How to Time Travel: Explore the Science, Paradoxes, and Evidence (Paperback)
Is it truly possible to secure passage to a time fixed in the past or future? Even before H. G. Wells ignited the world's imagination with his classic 1895 novel, The Time Machine, time travel has long captivated humankind's curiosity, especially those seeking answers to the universe's most inscrutable laws. According to physicist Louis A. Del Monte, there is ample evidence that time travel has already occurred, as well as an arsenal of scientific data to back up this bold assertion. Now, he reveals his own theoretical research in support of this claim in a thought-provoking, mind-bending new work, How to Time Travel.
How to Time Travel provides insight into this perennially popular topic, covering the science of time travel, proposed time machines, time travel paradoxes, and time travel evidence. Organized into three major sections, the book demystifies the main tenets of this complex subject, including: Time Travel Evidence, The Science of Time Traveling, and Building a Time Machine. From explaining how Einstein's theories of relativity underpin time travel to detailing proposed methods of time travel, this comprehensive book will ensure that you never look at time in quite the same way again.
The book also includes several new contributions to the field, including the Existence Equation Conjecture, the Grandchild Paradox, the Preserve the World Line Rule, and the Time Uncertainty Interval. A fascinating and radical foray into popular science, How to Time Travel will enthrall anyone who has a consuming interest in the subject or is newly compelled to mine the universe's most confounding mysteries.
About the Author
Louis A. Del Monte is an author, award-winning physicist, and the chief executive officer of Del Monte and Associates, Inc. For over thirty years, he was a leader in the development of microelectronics for IBM and Honeywell. Subsequent to those positions, he formed his high-tech e-marketing agency and published his first book, Unraveling the Universe's Mysteries. He has also published numerous technical papers, and has developed several patents fundamental to the fabrication of integrated circuits. Del Monte is the recipient of the H. W. Sweatt Award for scientific/engineering achievement and the Lund Award for human resource management excellence. He has a bachelor of science degree in physics and chemistry from Saint Peter's University and a master of science degree in physics from Fordham University.