Ronald is passionate about travel and says he has created something that many people desire.
Time travel is undoubtedly one of the coolest topics to talk about at a table with friends. As curious as we are, the possibility gives us infinite networks that this is possible. Time travel makes people want to restore some things or live things they can’t live. After all, those who have never considered this premise should throw a stone in the ground.
All this talk of time travel, whether to the past or the future, is seen a lot in science fiction movies. And with all the technology in movie theaters today, the possibility of going back in time fills our mouths with water. What was once impossible to believe, today may be completely possible.
Researcher and kinesiologist Ronald Mallet has been studying and working on the concept of creating a time machine that would use rotating lasers to make this trip possible. With a relatively theoretical basis from the famous scientist Albert Einstein, he says that space-time is a relative mode.
With all the theoretical parts ready, Mallet created the item that could bend time, making your device travel the moment it was triggered. Ronald is 77 years old and a former professor of physics at the University of Connecticut. The scientist has been passionate about time travel since he was 10 years old.
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