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    Discussion in 'Research' started by lyneal, May 12, 2011.

    hi. im new to the site, i did skim over other threads, but please bear with me if this question is already answered somewhere.

    i am writing a love/fantasy trilogy. the problem i am having is that one of the books involves time travel. now i want to stay as close to the facts as possible (even tho i know it doesnt exist, its the paradox rules that are driving me mad)

    my question is, how do i get hold of an expert in the field? i have interviewed doctors when needing medical facts, and soldiers for military facts. but i am having a problenm finding a quantum physicist.

    any ideas?
    cheers.
     
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    why don't you head to the the nearest university...or go on its website to see the course lists...
     
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    Since you are not writing a university thesis, surely a physics teacher at your local school would be a good place to start? Or a simple text book aimed at readers new to the subject?
     
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    Time travel is a fairly populist topic, so have you tried looking for any "physics-for-the-people" type books on it?
     
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    Have you asked Dr. Michio Kaku?

    This book is very interesting.

    Michio Kaku, "Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel"
    ISBN: 0385520697
     
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    Yes you can move to your nearest university or an expert physician.I suggest you to search on google for expert advise on quantum theory and researchs.
     
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    Library. Books. Research articles. lol.
     

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