Your ultimate guide to time travel

Colin Stuart

Few people know that time travel isn’t just possible – it has already been done.

In this mind-expanding talk, students will hear the stories of people who have travelled into their own futures and lived to tell the tale. And how you rely on the same physics whenever you use the map on your smartphone.

We’ll also look at messy time travel paradoxes, from if it’s possible to kill a baby Hitler to the fact that the free will you think you have is probably a stubbornly persistent illusion.

This is physics at its most interesting, guaranteed to get students thinking deeply and seeing the world anew. Students will even take part in a real-life time travel experiment.

Expected outcomes

An extra-curricular talk that promises to get students excited about physics by expanding their horizons and realising what's possible.

To book this activity, please contact:
Colin Stuart
colin@colinstuart.net
https://www.colinstuart.net/schools-astronomy-speaker-presenter-science-week-space-talks/

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