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. Theory claims to offer the first ...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 »

Physicists have developed a new mathematical model that shows how time travel is theoretically possible. They used Einstein's Theory of General Relativity as a springboard for their hypothetical device, which they call a Traversable Acausal Retrograde ...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. TARDIS. Benjamin Tippett, a ...and more »

Dr. Who's box that travels through time and space might be possible to build, with the right materials. Bryan Nelson. April 29, 2017, 6:54 p.m.. 387. 3. 11. TARDIS. Could we ever build a real-life TARDIS? (Photo: AntToeKnee Lacey/Flickr). Physicists ...and more »

An instructor from UBC believes that time travel is possible with the aid of math. Through a mathematical model, a viable time machine can be created. Phys reported that a UBC researcher and instructor Ben Tippett believes that with the use of math ...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 »

Using Einstein's theory, Tippett said that the curvature of space-time accounts for the curved orbits of the planets. A scientist has developed a mathematical model for a viable time machine - an advance that could bring stuff of popular science ...and more »

The math backs up Doctor Who's favorite means of travel. TARDIS image by Sceptre, CC BY-SA 2.5; Boomerang Nebula image by ESA/NASA, public domain. Pull out your list of regrets, mistakes and runs of just plain bad luck, because it turns out you can go ...and more »