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Theoretically, can time travel be achieved by entering a black hole?



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Another one no one really knows. Theoretically, ANYTHING is possible if you could enter a black hole: a couple of ideas are that you would pop out somewhere else in the universe or you would end up in another, different universe. Keep thinking up these great questions!

John Hawley


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