Whether or not time travel will ever be possible is a question that has fascinated scientists and philosophers for centuries.
While there is no concrete evidence to suggest that time travel is real, there are some theoretical models that suggest it could be possible.
One recent study, published in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity, has proposed a new revolutionary thought on how time travel could be achieved.
The study, led by physicist Erik Tippett, suggests that it could be possible to create a wormhole that would allow for travel through time.
Wormholes are theoretical tunnels through space-time that could connect different points in the universe.
Tippett's study suggests that it could be possible to create a wormhole using exotic matter, which is a type of matter that has negative mass-energy.
If Tippett's theory is correct, it could mean that time travel could be a reality within our lifetimes.
However, it is important to note that this is still just a theoretical study, and there is no evidence to suggest that it is possible to create exotic matter or wormholes.