K.S. Thorne, "A Voyage Among the Holes", Grand Street, 48, 149-180 (1994);
revised, English version of Ref. 30 above; extracted from the prologue of
Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy (Norton, New York, 1994).
K.S. Thorne, Russian-language versions of selected chapters from Black Holes
and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy, translated by
M. L. Gorodetsky: "Cheorniye Diri i Iscrivleniye Vremeni:
Derzkoe Naslediye Einshteina," Priroda: "Glava 4, Zagadka Belikh Karlikov,
" January 1994 issue, pp. 90-102; "Glava 5, Skhlopivaniye Neizbezhno,"
Part One, February 1994 issue, pp. 78-89, and Part Two, May 1994 issue, pp. 75-82;
"Glava 6, Skhlopivaetsa, no vo shto," Part One, July 1994 issue, pp. 92-106, and
Part Two, "Rozhdeniye chornikh dir: vse bolee glubokoye ponimaniye," August 1994, pp. 86-99;
"Glava 8, Poisk," September 1994, pp. 96-109.
K.S. Thorne, "Spacetime Warps and the Quantum World: A Glimpse of the Future,"
in R.H. Price, ed., The Future of Spacetime (W.W. Norton, New York, 2002).
K.S. Thorne, S.W. Hawking, I.D. Novikov and D. Deutch, presentations
on time travel and wormholes in Time Lords, written and directed
by Judith Bunting (BBC: Horizon Series, London, 1996); American reedited version:
Time Travel (Nova, Boston, 1999).
K.S. Thorne, "Do the laws of physics permit wormholes for interstellar travel
and machines for time travel?" in Carl Sagan's Universe , eds. Y. Terzian and
E. Bilsen (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 1997), Chapter 10,
Michael S. Morris and Kip S. Thorne, "Wormholes in Spacetime and Their Use
for Interstellar Travel: A Tool for Teaching General Relativity,"
American Journal of Physics, 56, 395-416 (1988).
Physicists have found the law of nature which prevents time travel paradoxes, and
thereby permits time travel. It turns out to be the same law that makes sure
light travels in straight lines, and which underpins the most straightforward version
of quantum theory, developed half a century ago by Richard Feynman.
Relativists have been trying to come to terms with time travel for the past seven
years, since Kip Thorne and his colleagues at Caltech discovered -- much to
their surprise -- that there is nothing in the laws of physics (specifically,
the general theory of relativity) to forbid it. Among several different ways
in which the laws allow a time machine to exist, the one that has been
most intensively studied mathematically is the "wormhole". This is like a
tunnel through space and time, connecting different regions of
the Universe -- different spaces and different times.
The two "mouths" of the wormhole could be next to each other in
space, but separated in time, so that it could literally be used as a time tunnel.
Quantum Time Travel
Analog, April 1991
Global Structure in Gott's Two-String Spacetime
Physical Review D Vol.45, January 1992 , 487-494
Dastidar, T.K.Rai /Dastidar, K.Rai:
Father Time II: A Physical Basis Behind Feynman's idea of (Anti)Particles Moving Backward in Time and an Estimation of CPT Theorem to include nonlocal Gauge Fields Machine,
Modern Physics Letters A, Vol.14, Is.3, S. 2557
Physical Obstacles to Time Travel
Classical and Quantum Gravity, Vol.10, 1993 , 67-73
Paths in Universes Having Closed Time-Like Lines
Journal of Physics A Vol.2 1969, 427-432
Deser, S. et al.
Physical Cosmic Strings Do Not Generate Closed Timelike Curves
Physcial Review Letters Vol.68, January 1992, 267-269
Quantum Mechanics Near Closed Timelike Lines
Physical Review D, 44, November 1991, 3197-3217
Deutsch, David / Lockwood, Michael
The Quantum Physics of Time Travel
Scientific American, Vol.270, March 1994, 50-58
｢Dynamics of crowd-minds;Patterns of irrationality in e-motions,beliefs and actions｣
p.105〜109（Delusion is a pre-knowledge），222〜224（Schizophrenia on a lattice）．
※ 尚、この場合は、3次元部分空間から成る束 lattice が、4次元的に展開されている e-voluted 様子を考えます．