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If slowing the pace of the clock results in travel into the future, then speeding the pace up should result in travel into the past. This is, of course, all relative and depends entirely upon what one defines as time travel.........................Ethos_
I don't see travelling from the fast to the slow developing countries, or visa versa as time travel, but rather just going to a place that had progressed differently.
No way round it without multiple universes, and even then it’s not as simple as it might at first seem.
Imagine the odds of the sun and the moon and the earth being in there given positions, with there given time/speed of light delays for an eclipse of the sun to occur, it must be billions to one!!!
RE.Craig; Apart from the science fiction bit about travelling faster than light, you are, of course, right; but we are looking into the past in that way all the time. In no way can that be said to be travelling to the past. Every thing we experience, we experience in our present. Relativity assures us that that is someone else's past and future.