How do we travel through time? We know that we can move forward in it (we have no choice), but can we jump forward in time? Can we go backward in time? It also gives rise to other troubling questions: is time measurable in distinct increments, or does it flow continuously? In "Models of Time Travel and their Consequences," Antonio Mantica walks the reader through current understandings of how time functions in Einstein's universe and proposes three distinct models to explain it. Following that, he provides a list of experiments to credit or discredit the models. Appropriate for audiences of any amount of scientific background.
Mantica, Antonio M.
"Models of Time Travel and their Consequences,"
Oglethorpe Journal of Undergraduate Research:
2, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/ojur/vol5/iss2/1