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Time Travel: The Science and Science Fiction with Nick Redfern

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Please join us and our guest, Nick Redfern, for a show on Time Travel: The Science and Science Fiction. Who doesn't yearn to travel through time to revisit the past or see the future? We live much of our lives thinking of other times, but what would you do if time travel were real? What does the science say? What does history tell us? And what do movies, writers, folklore, and others imagine for us?

A master storyteller and noted expert on the unexplained and paranormal, Nick presents dozens of intriguing accounts and fascinating stories on the history, the science, and the mysteries of time travel. From the physics of time warps to aliens in the matrix, Time Travel: The Science and Science Fiction works to uncover what happens when time doesn't march in only one direction.

The science, the history, and the tales of time bent, pasts visited, and futures traveled are brought into focus by Nick’s latest exploration of unexplained, including Quantum Theory, Space, and Wormholes; The Mystery of Black Holes; Doppelgängers and Multiple Timelines; A Crop Circle Connection; The World’s Most Famous Time Traveler; Time-Traveling Animals; Black-Eyed Children and Shadow People.

Nick is the author of numerous books on conspiracies, the paranormal, and unexplained mysteries, including The Alien Book, Area 51, Assassinations, The Bigfoot Book, Cover-Ups & Secrets, Monsters of the Deep, and Secret History. He has appeared on more than 70 TV shows, including the Travel Channel’s In Search of Monsters; BBC’s Out of This World; the SyFy Channel’s Proof Positive; the History Channel’s America’s Book of Secrets, Ancient Aliens, and UFO Hunters; Science’s The Unexplained Files; and the National Geographic Channel’s Paranatural.

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