Reasons why I don't make promises:
1. Something might come up and prevent me from fulfilling my promise.
3. Someone from the future messes it up.
Well, we don't know how time actually works or if it has a structure, etc.
It could just be a human plan for organisation and might not actually exist in
a technical way. Humans just observed a system to explain the sequence of
events they observe.
Although, according to the Doctor (from Doctor Who)
time is like this....
Seems legit. But it's from a sci fi tv show so yeah....we don't actually know.
I always thought time travel would be possible and that it would involve black holes.
(Don't ask, I can't remember why I thought that, I was in primary school and might have heard
something on a science programme, not sure.)
BUT, if we don't count phenomena such as paradoxes, alternative timelines, parallel
timelines and universes, non-linear structure of time, etc. then
there is really no evidence to suggest that time travel exists or will exist
because there have been no obvious changes in the sequence of events
in our time. However, would we actually know there was a change in time?
Wouldn't it just be like the change happened for the first time?
Like data overwriting previous data instantly.
Also, there could be the chance that, in the future,
future people may come up with a law that states no one is to tamper with the past.
It's been suggested (mostly by conspiracy theorists) that
alien technology (e.g. some apparently found in the Roswell incident)
reverse engineered has resulted in VERY fast progression of technology just a year or two later or something.
Or it could be our future selves that mutated and came to the past to tell them to HURRY UP
AND MAKE INTERNET IN TIME FOR XTREME FF IN 2009!
(Or was it 2010?)
If only Einstein was alive and Steven Hawking was better (in his condition I mean)
then maybe they would have really helped with our understanding of potential time travel.
Of course, there are so many geniuses on Earth but...with distractions such as music, video games,
etc. I don't think we are using fulfilling our potential for producing the most advanced geniuses possible.
When I was a kid, I had MAD SKILLZ in science and fairly good skills in art (started drawing oval faces way before anyone else, when they still were drawing unrealistic circle faces)
and then my intelligence went DOWNHILL when I was 10 or 11 due to depression and music, probably.
Oh how painful life is.