From: Larry Klaes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 18 2001 - 10:27:51 PDT
Ronald Mallett thinks he has found a practical way to make a time
machine. Mallett has worked out that a circulating beam of light, slowed to
a snail's pace, just might be the vital ingredient for time travel. Not
only is the technology within our grasp, Mallett has teamed up with other
scientists at Connecticut to work towards building it. "With this device,"
he says, "time travel may become a practical possibility."
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