Originally Posted by medford
I'd argue that as well, wouldn't you like to go back and study how humans acted just 2,012 years ago, 3,000 years ago, heck 100 years ago? So maybe you don't care, you can read it all in a book, but there are many that would want to examine life with their own eyes 100,000 years ago.
I understand your point and it's a good one. My thinking is that since we live in the computer age records from our time will be around forever, but if you go back in time from here the records get that much more sketchy. Thus I don't think our time will be much of a mystery to future human civilizations. There's also the part about "is it scientifically feasible" to go backwards in time? I don't think so. What's done is done