I have personally experienced time travel. I did so in several precognitive dreams so know it is possible. What i do not fully understand is the science that allowed consciousness the ability to look forward in time/space and bring back accurate information. More so on later experiences found could alter the outcome of something seen in these dreams suggesting we do not live in predetermination.This suggests to me that we must live in a holographic universe that is an illusion. You can research this or have posted links many times to verified experiments and what the implications are of this idea for reality. When doing this in a dream state was certainly NOT using the total sum power of multi universes - so suspect our science is lacking in understanding of the possability and is a more simple answer available using a quantum effect such as entanglement shows (where a effect can be created backwards in time before cause) In 2007, the journal Science published a paper on particle physics describing an experiment on the subatomic level where quantum rules apply, a researcher found he could influence whether a photon collapsed into wave or particle by flipping a switch after the fact, which I don’t understand well enough to explain adequately. In short, he could change the photon’s history. Or as physicist John Wheeler extrapolated, “We are participators in bringing about something of the universe in the distant past.If you want more Newtonian science to explain a means of time travel, the idea of creating transversable worm holes seems to offer some promise - but would require more power then we could generate at this point in our technical evolution --- but imagine technology if we survive 500,000 years and became say a type 4 civilization what could be possible. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kardashev_scale1. When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is probably wrong.2. The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.3. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.Edit - here is a something you will really LOVE ... Jim my friend over at Universe Solved put together a list of advanced quantum scientists who are questioning if the past is as solid as we have till now believed and are finding that events now create changes in the past - the past seems to be effected from the current and future - giving this as evidence that many are wondering if we live in a holographic universe.http://www.theuniversesolved.com/theuniversesolved/blog/post/2010/09/Rewriting-the-Past.aspxexamples:Specific experiments in Quantum Mechanics appear to prove this conjecture. In the "Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser" experiment, "scientists in France shot photons into an apparatus, and showed that what they did could retroactively change something that had already happened." (Science 315, 966, 2007) Paul Davies, renowned physicist from the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University in Sydney, suggests that conscious observers (us) can effectively reach back in history to "exert influence" on early events in the universe, including even the first moments of time. As a result, the universe would be able to "fine-tune" itself to be suitable for life. Still doubt we live in a holographic universe??? How about this?Prefer the Many Worlds Interpretation (MWI) of Quantum Mechanics over the Copenhagen one? If that theory is correct, physicist Saibal Mitra from the University of Amsterdam has shown how we can change the past by forgetting. Effectively if the collective observers memory is reset prior to some event, the state of the universe becomes "undetermined" and can follow a different path from before. Check out my previous post on that one. Alternatively, you can disregard the complexities of quantum mechanics entirely. The results of some macro-level experiments twist our perceptions of reality even more. Studies by Helmut Schmidt, Elmar Gruber, Brenda Dunne, Robert Jahn, and others have shown, for example, that humans are actually able to influence past events (aka retropsychokinesis, or RPK), such as pre-recorded (and previously unobserved) random number sequences Benjamin Libet, pioneering scientist in the field of human consciousness at the University of California, San Francisco is well known for his controversial experiments that seem to show reverse causality, or that the brain demonstrates awareness of actions that will occur in the near future. To put it another way, actions that occur now create electrical brain activity in the past. Time Travel:And then, of course, there is time travel. Time travel into the future is a fact, just ask any astronaut, all of whom have traveled nanoseconds into the future as a side effect of high speed travel. Stephen Hawking predicts much more significant time travel into the future. In the future. But what about the past? Turns out there is nothing in the laws of physics that prevents it. Theoretical physicist Kip Thorne designed a workable time machine that could send you into the past. And traveling to the past of course provides an easy mechanism for changing it. Unfortunately this requires exotic matter and a solution to the Grandfather paradox (MWI to the rescue again here). Like i said the skeptics here are not keeping up on the evidence.