About ten years ago while I was reading about this black physicist (not Neil deGrasse Tyson, different black guy) who claimed to be working on a way to travel back in time to be able to meet with his dead father while he was still alive I came up with this idea of a time machine being built within this huge underground facility like the one by CERN for the LHC, but this one would use a spiral of powerful lasers that could create a superheated fireball which might contain a micro-black hole (or microsingularity) which might be/contain a wormhole and/or an Einstein-Rosen bridge which could itself be trapped by employing the Casimir effect within a Faraday cage. The bridge could allow for data to be transmitted to the past, but only as far back as to when the machine was first switched on. Thus information such as stock market info could be transmitted to have a causal effect on the past. The bridge could perhaps be expanded sufficiently to transmit a self-replicating nanomachine to the past. This nanomachine could perhaps expand the bridge from the other side to allow humans to travel to the past as well. Also, assuming that M theory is true, this might also end up creating an alternate universe or creating a bridge to an already-existing universe. This whole thing might cost over $10,000,000,000.
Or something like that. Maybe. I dunno. I don’t remember the details anymore. Did any of that make any sense? I was probably experiencing some sort of a manic episode when I came up with all of that shit. Whatever.