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time can only exist in a situation like a fractal or black holes which are same thing on a grander scale... hard to see when you exist in them... why you cant go back in time only forward...

What does that even mean? This sounds like complete pseudo science mumbo jumbo. Also modern theories of physics suggest that time does not exist in singularity due to an infinitely increasing time dilation as you move towards the indeterminate point. What do fractals have to do with time anyways?

Furthermore I'd like to know what proof you have that says you can only go forward in time.
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time can only exist in a situation like a fractal or black holes which are same thing on a grander scale... hard to see when you exist in them... why you cant go back in time only forward...

you mean forward in time with limited speed only. can that speed be changed? that is the crucial part here
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A reasonable alternative is only reasonable if it's based on reason.

A fan of semantics I see.

You will find many things reasonable or unreasonable depending on your point of view.
Science is not impervious to bias.
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I still can't wrap my head around the fact that there could actually be a "big bang". An actual start to the universe. Let for a second say there was a "big bang", what was there before it? Empty space? All matter had to come from some where. Time never existing and starting with the "big bang"? Seems like most of these theories solidify certain religious beliefs. Not trying to get that conversation started btw. Just an observation. Why is it so hard to believe that the universe was just here, that what we see is just expansion and contraction of the universe. Why did it have to start from nothingness?

The Big Bang Theory is just a that, a theory or explanation that scientists use to *try* to explain the beginning of the universe since they otherwise can not explain what happened using our senses and because we were not there it witness it. It is not a fact.

Also time is a man made concept, it does not actually exist. It is just a man made tool to measure the impermanence in everything and changing.

In reality, everything is created by your mind and is an illusion (quantum physics confirms this).
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you mean forward in time with limited speed only. can that speed be changed? that is the crucial part here

Perceived time speed doesn't change, but time speed relative to other objects can change, and has been proven to change. An atomic clock on the surface of the earth runs slightly faster than an atomic clock on a plane at extremely high altitudes. NASA carried out this experiment with two clocks synchronized at the surface, and when the plane landed the clocks were out of sync.
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