Want to travel to the future?
All you have to do is ask.
When I was a young boy, I once day dreamt about time travel. I must have spent some mental energy on this concept because one day I had this epiphany: though I can not backwards time travel right now, this does not foretell that it is indefinitely impossible. So if backwards time travel is possible at some point in the future, all I have to do is ask them to come back and get me.
How was I going to ask this question? My best answer, leave it on a note attached to my last will and testament, “Come back and get me”. I would then hope of it being passed down, surviving the hundreds, thousands, maybe millions of years before backward time travel becomes a reality.
That was long ago and looking back, my note probably would not make it far out on the branches of the family tree. Thought of as a crazy person, my note might travel several generation as a novelty, and then be tossed in the bin, ink faded and illegible. But now, great advances in technology, such as the Internet, are refreshing my dream. By storing this note as digital information, I can make it invincible to decay and thus time. This raises the possibility of the note’s survival and now, not only can I make my note invincible, but so can anyone in the world.