It may sit firmly in the realm of science-fiction, but time travel is a mathematical possibility, even if it won't ever be a reality. Theory claims to offer the first 'evidence' our Universe is a hologram. Universe ...and more »

Physicists have come up with what they claim is a mathematical model of a theoretical "time machine" - a box that can move backwards and forwards through time and space. The trick, they say, is to use the curvature of space-time in the Universe to bend ...and more »

Many consider time travel theory to be a hoax. Since no one from the real world has actually built or traveled in a time machine, the very concept of it remains elusive. Recently, Ben Tippett, an instructor of mathematics and physics at the Okanagan ...and more »

Time travel is a concept that is a little too far-fetched and fictional for most people. Now, with the help of numbers, a math and physics instructor has come up with a model that makes time travel an actual possibility.and more »

Toronto: A US scientist has developed a mathematical model for a viable time machine — an advance that could bring stuff of popular science-fiction closer to reality. Using math and physics, Ben Tippett, from the University of British Columbia in ...and more »

Even before Einstein theorized that time is relative and flexible, humanity had already been imagining the possibility of time travel. In fact, science fiction is filled with time travelers. Some use metahuman abilities to do so, but most rely on a ...and more »

A SCIENTIST claims to have discovered a method for time travel. Ben Tippett, a Canadian mathematician and physics professor, created a formula based on Einstein's theory of general relativity. A scientist has created a formula for time travel, but it ...and more »

Physicists have come up with a plan to build a real-life time machine that they say is mathematically consistent with known physics. And here's the best part: they've named the machine a "Traversable Acausal Retrograde Domain in Space-time," the ...and more »

New research from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan comes to validate the nerdiest of your dreams. Time travel is possible according to a new mathematical model developed at the university — but not likely anytime soon. Or ever. Tardis ...and more »

Time travel and time machines have taken on various forms in pop culture. From Doc Brown's Delorean to Doctor Who's TARDIS, they can take any shape or style. Now, a team of physicists thinks they've developed a mathematical model and a theoretical ...and more »