Good Lead & Time Travel
The rest of the article is very interesting, as is the whole concept of time travel. NYT. I personally do accept that the world is not flat, in the sense that the physical and the mysterious are not mutually exclusive, and I reject the idea that impossibilities, as officially declared by the priests with the lab coats, are immutable laws, hopeless cul-de-sacs of the universe or tea cups. One of the ironies of the day is the imaginative width of those who believe in the unseen versus those whose entire conception of existence is informed only by material molecular constructions. A "Euclidean" event is problably around the corner, a paradigm altering understanding of the physical world, the same way that Euclides proved the possibility that parallel lines can indeed intersect, given the curvature in existence.