In a new peer-reviewed paper, a senior honors undergraduate says he has mathematically proven the physical feasibility of a specific kind of time travel. The paper, “Reversible dynamics with closed time-like curves and freedom of choice,” was published last week in the peer-reviewed journal Classical and Quantum Gravity. According to a new study published in the online journal Classical and Quantum Gravity, the researchers theorized that the concept of time travel with free will is logically possible in our universe without any disruptive Butterfly Effect-type paradox. Authors have the option to pay an article publication charge (APC) to publish their article on a gold open access basis under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) licence. Caroline Mallary, a doctoral student at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth has published a new model for a time machine in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity… A physics student at the University of Queensland recently published a paper indicating they’d ‘squared’ the math when it comes to time-travel. Classical and Quantum Gravity is a hybrid open access journal. If you want to read the full paper, it's been published in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity. "People think of time travel as something fictional," Tippett said in a statement. In Classical and Quantum Gravity, he and his supervisor Dr Fabio Costa show there is no logical requirement for time-travelers to be prevented from making non-trivial changes. Last week, several news websites picked up a study done by scientists at the University of Queensland in Australia about time travel. Featured Image Credit: Pixabay Topics: Science , World News , Interesting , Technology , Weird The findings seem consistent with another time travel study published this summer in the peer-reviewed journal Physical Review Letters. "The range of mathematical processes we discovered show that time travel with free will is logically possible in our universe without any paradox." Classical and Quantum Gravity is a peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of gravitational physics and the theory of spacetime.Its scope includes: Classical general relativity; Applications of relativity; Experimental gravitation; Cosmology and the early universe; Quantum gravity; Supergravity, superstrings and supersymmetry; Mathematical physics relevant to gravitation Their findings have now been published in the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity.