Time travel is often linked with some mind-bending theories, and it has confused physics and philosophy for decades. Currently, a team of theoretical physicists might get a solution for such a thing. There are two significant differences known to the famous time travel theory.
The agreement theory details that if you modify a single thing, you stop making whatever was deemed to occur from occurring. So, if you return and kill one of your relatives, then the possibility for you to be born will never happen. After such a thing, you won’t also be able to return and change a thing.
The other variant of the temporal theory is the Bootstrap Paradox. This one occurs when something is made out of nothing, and if you get orders for a time machine from a future self, then you develop a time machine. However, if you return in time and give yourself the same things, the question is who developed the orders.
Time travel and the parallel universes
A team of researchers from the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics is currently discussing a way to get better those paradoxes. Dr.Barak Shoshany, one of the researchers, stated, “We show, using a concrete model, that multiple histories can, in fact, resolve time travel paradoxes.”
Dr. Shoshany and his student Jacob Hauser detail a variant in which someone could theoretically travel from one period to another. Such a thing could be done by walking through a loop in space-period, or wormhole, in a manner that they describe as “mathematically possible.”
Dr. Shoshany stated: “The parallel universes approach we suggest says there are different parallel universes where things are roughly the same, and each one is mathematically on a separate space-time manifold.” Many periods would let you travel to various periods and kill one of your relatives without damaging a single thing.