Science Alert claims this illusions mimics time travel in the brain:
In the Illusory Rabbit, the middle flash never happens, but most people still think they saw three flashes to match three beeps.
In the Invisible Rabbit, it’s the middle beep that is missed – and the brain usually thinks there was no middle flash either.
The fact that the middle beep or flash IS getting manipulated shows postdiction at work – it’s actually the last flash and beep that causes the illusion to happen. They make our brain alter what it perceived in the past.
On the 10 August, 1901, two academics believe they accidentally time traveled back to 1792 and one of the pair believe that she saw Marie Antoinette.
China has banned time travel in TV, saying that it “disrespects history”.
There was a guy named John Titor who was supposedly a time traveler from the year of 2036. He said that in his timeline in the year of 2015 there will be World War III. Also someone patented his time machine sketches.
When asked what future technology they would most like to have, young adults answered “time travel” more than any age group, while 30-to-49-year-olds wanted robot servants more than any other age group. Senior citizens were the least interested in time travel.
Physicists at Michigan Technological University came up with a practical methodology for finding time travelers through the internet.
A man on the internet convinced a large number of people he was a time traveler.
Time-travel, faster-than-light travel and “sliding between parallel worlds” are theoretically possible if there are multiple time dimensions.
If you put a mirror half a light year away from Earth and you looked at it through a telescope you could see a year into the Earth’s past.
On June 28, 2009 Stephen Hawking threw a party for time-travelers. He announced the party the day after it happened, and according to Hawking, no one came.