X-Message-Number: 31706
From: "John de Rivaz" <>
Subject: Fw: Cryonet post - Time Travel
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 2009 08:22:18 +0100

David Pizer's suggestion is a simulation. It is possible now by any 
individual by just imagining the situation -- your brain is the computer.

Physical time travel to the past may or may not be possible, but there are 
paradoxes generated if it could be done.

However it is not needed to rescue non-cryonicists who have died. What is 
needed may be impossible as well, but it is "transmitterless reception from 
the past". Then you can get "program and data" to rebuild them.

"Transmitterless reception from the past" generates no paradoxes, so the 
physics ought to be much simpler than time travel or indeed "receiverless 
transmission **to** the past".  The latter, for example, could be used to 
transmit circuit diagrams to the past so that electronics engineers could 
save time inventing circuits. But if no one really invents them how to they 
exist? No such anomalies exist with "Transmitterless reception from the 

Sincerely, John de Rivaz:  http://John.deRivaz.com for websites including
Cryonics Europe, Longevity Report, The Venturists, Porthtowan, Alec Harley
Reeves - inventor, Arthur Bowker - potter, de Rivaz genealogy,  Nomad .. and

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