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Communicating with the future - an idea



I'm not a physicist so I don't know if this is possible but here is the idea anyway.

Today we can't send a message to communicate with the past but it would seem possible that at some point in the future someone will be able to. Now if this happens how will we talk back or can we? Here is where the idea comes in. If I receive a message from some time in the future and I record a response (say on a CD) and store it then at some point in the future the person sending the message could retrieve the disk and listen to my response. The result would be two way communications. The only problem would be protecting the message long term and putting it somewhere it could be found.

I'm sure realtivity or astral physics or something explains why this isn't possible but just the same I thought it was interesting. Feel free to reference a FAQ or something that explains why this isn't possible.

It seems to me that your CD message disc would have to progress into the future at a rate greater than 1/1 or normal time rate in order to catch the sender of the original ( reverse-time) message.

In other words during the lapsed time it used to go from, say June 1999 to June 2000, the back-sender would have proceeded ahead one year also, to June 2001 and the message from the past would from his perspective never show up.
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