TIME, a no spatial continuous flow in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. Can this flow be stopped? Manipulated? Tampered with in a way that we see fit? What will we see in both our past and into our future?! These are the questions mankind spend aeons contemplating, staring into the limitless sky and asking is time travel really possible?.
Questions about the wonder of time fascinate our society from the elderly to the children. This evidence is based on the countless novels and movies touched upon with the idea of time exploitation. Science fiction in the past and in the modern world has tightly clung to the idea of traveling backwards and forwards through time. Famous novels such as "Time Machine" by H. G. Wells and "Timeline" by Michael Crichton are enjoyed by countless millions across our world and time. Why is our interest in time so extensive? This question is easy to answer and understand, "to travel in time would be to hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour." (William Blake). It is this power that we mankind wish to possess, our far-reaching imagination which knows no bound which makes our fascination all the more obsessive. We all know the old saying "time is money," now envisage the prospect of being able to save time like you save money. However just as likely, time traveling might not interest certain people of society. The ideology of "the past is unchangeable and everything happens for a reason as well as the future will bring whatever it may bring" is set in certain peoples" minds.
In past centuries, science fiction (SF) has brought our beliefs towards time travel into a new level. SF novels and movies, main types of text, provides us with an image that we can relate to and somewhat believe in. When we read ideologies regarding the possibility of time travel, we find ourselves nodding along to the proposal of the author.