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Time Travel, Marilyn Monroe, Dinosaurs, and Aliens

By Popoff, Alexander, Dimitroff

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Reproduction Date: 12/14/2013

Title: Time Travel, Marilyn Monroe, Dinosaurs, and Aliens  
Author: Popoff, Alexander, Dimitroff
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science
Collections: Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Astronomy, Technology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Dimitroff Popoff, B. A. (2013). Time Travel, Marilyn Monroe, Dinosaurs, and Aliens. Retrieved from

4 great essays.

Book on time travel (to date Marilyn Monroe), new dinosaur extinction theory, aliens, etc.

“If I had a time machine I'd visit Marilyn Monroe in her prime,” wrote Professor Hawking in his article “STEPHEN HAWKING: How to build a time machine,” in Daily Mail. I liked very much his idea and prepared to go back in time. I started with time travel research, reading reference books and articles, and exchanging emails with leading experts on time travel. Scholars most often suggest using the following time travel methods: to travel faster than the speed of light, to use black holes, cosmic strings, negative ener-gy, negative mass, exotic matter, or wormholes. After making some brisk calculations with my favorite pocket calculator, I came to the conclusion that the easiest, and financially accessible, way to travel back and forth in time is to build a wormhole. Constructing a wormhole is more or less clear, and I could make a time machine based on this technology in about a few months.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Humanity is perfectly visible to extraterrestrials E=mc2 or how to visit Marilyn Monroe Dinosaur Extinction Mechanism Finally Revealed Alien Bugs


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