The problem of time travel has worried many of us since childhood. Everyone tried to solve this problem in their own way: someone climbed into the closet, hoping to travel back to the Middle Ages and look at the living knights in armor, someone, reviewing "Ivan Vasilyevich" on New Year's Eve, is trying to construct a time machine.
The first thing that comes to mind is a time machine. This unit is heard by everyone, and many would like to create it or get it for themselves. Many characters in books and films have traveled in time using a time machine. Take, for example, the hero of Herbert Wells ("The Time Machine"), the heroes of the immortal film "Ivan Vasilyevich Changes His Profession" and, finally, Marty McFly from the well-known American film "Back to the Future". The time machine has many modifications, and every writer, screenwriter, director seeks to invent his own. However, more often than not, these priceless devices take on a familiar and understandable look - a car, a wardrobe and even a sofa.
However, the existence of a time machine can be attributed not only to the realm of fantasy. Scientists - physicists, mathematicians, astronomers - claim that it is possible to travel in time, but this is not at all easy to do, as described in the books of science fiction writers. There is the so-called "wormhole theory", the essence of which is that different time planes can be connected if space is curved. This theory is based on Einstein's general theory of relativity. In the layman's understanding, these "wormholes" are like corridors between times, between worlds. Maybe that's why Alice got to Wonderland through a hole, albeit a rabbit hole, not a mole?..
If we get away from the abstruse theories created by physicists and mathematicians, then we can recall some places on earth associated with a special energy (for example, the labyrinths of ancient people on the Solovetsky Islands). According to legends (and someone is trying to scientifically prove the existence of a source of supernatural energy in these places), these labyrinths were built by primitive people so that evil spirits trying to penetrate our world from another dimension were entangled halfway. Who knows, maybe these evil spirits are just shadows from the past, and the gates themselves are the era?..
And finally, no matter what physicists and lyricists come up with, the surest way to travel into the past is the human imagination. In order to awaken this ability of ours, films are produced, books are written. It is in your power to restore the past in your head. Imagine the era of Elizabeth I in England, see what costumes they wore then, how they talked, what were the manners and values, what was the food, what was the general way of life. Of course, this requires a lot of reading, but the result is worth it, isn't it? Just do not get carried away too much and do not inadvertently move to Elizabeth's palace, otherwise in real life, in this situation, you will most likely be put on a straitjacket.
Wherever you go - to Rome of the era of Nero, or to Istanbul of the fifties of the last century, or to the Wild West, more precisely, in whatever era you are going - stock up on food and hygiene products, otherwise your stomach is unlikely to withstand the test of cuisine long gone peoples, and your tender body, accustomed to souls and gels, is a test of unsanitary conditions in the remote corners of the Past. And take a foreign passport - suddenly, at the border of times, they will put a stamp on it.