Time Travel is one of the most cherished tropes of science fiction and when it’s done well it’s pure magic. Traveling into the future or past taps into numerous age-old desires like finding out what the future holds and experiencing historic milestone including seeing long-dead loved ones. Like much of the technology in science fiction, real science often takes a backseat to other considerations like plot, budget, visual splendor, and too often, scientific misconceptions. So what does modern science have to say about the feasibility of Time travel?
What you’re looking at is not a diaphanous multi-colored silk flag waving in the wind. It’s the magnetic field of our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
The latest evidence from astrobiology reveals that elliptical galaxies may be the best galaxies to look for extra-terrestrial life. Astrobiology seems like a branch of science that’s a bit premature doesn’t it? It’s kinda like an artificial intelligence psychiatrist. Astrobiologists however, don’t need to solely focus on the biology of as of yet undiscovered extra-terrestrials