It was an awesome show circa 1989 - 1993. Reruns are on the Sci-Fi Channel everyonce in awhile. As for time travel, check out John Titor. Some of the most thorougly posted and some what believable information to an internet message board - ever. If you have a lot of free time, you should go read everything you can about the man, his story is just awesome even if it is fake.
Ive never seen that show quantum leep, althuogh that time travel sounds a bit awkward, maybe it coulkd be possible.
I agree with the above, however, this is not traveling into the past. The person traveling very fast may age less comparatively to the people on earth, but one will never travel into the realm of "the past" in a sense, of say 100 years ago, or so...
It is possible. I read it in a National Geographic magazie a few years ago. Everytime you travel fast you travel through time a little bit. Ever hear of an airplane pilots watch going faster and faster over a period of a month? This article said that, theoreticaly, if you could be in a space shuttle and approach a black hole and gain speed and just at the last second pull out and then repeat the loop many times you could reach speeds close to light. After traveling at that speed, when you return to earth you will be forward ahead in time than when you left by many years, even though it may only have been a year since you left. I didn't make this up. I read it in a NG magazine so please don't be an ass about it.
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For intruiging as this art thou sounds, I too can make up thy words of fantasizement fancier than richest folks of thy town.,
As for the possible theory of time and art traveling ofs of it, I do merrily believe that us as humanoid beings,(which art thou only can withstand O' so much amount of preamble pressure) can not exceed the cranium capacity of that of which other worldy beings can. Thou art methinks that the traveling of our time is science fiction, art fantasy. Which can not and will not be done in reality. Just thy very thought of it makes thy cranium activity boggle in it's own ingenious. Maybe someday, but cirtainly not within the capacity of the lifetime of thy.