This work is essentially a review of a new spacetime model with closed causal curves, recently presented in another paper. The spacetime at issue is topologically trivial, free of curvature singularities, and even time and space orientable. Besides summarizing previous results on causal geodesics, tidal accelerations, and violations of the energy conditions, here redshift/blueshift effects and the Hawking–Ellis classification of the stress–energy tensor are examined.

Fermi, D. (2019). Some Remarks on a New Exotic Spacetime for Time Travel by Free Fall. In B.G. S. Cacciatori (a cura di), Einstein Equations: Physical and Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity (pp. 243-265) [10.1007/978-3-030-18061-4_8].

Some Remarks on a New Exotic Spacetime for Time Travel by Free Fall

Fermi D.
2019

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This work is essentially a review of a new spacetime model with closed causal curves, recently presented in another paper. The spacetime at issue is topologically trivial, free of curvature singularities, and even time and space orientable. Besides summarizing previous results on causal geodesics, tidal accelerations, and violations of the energy conditions, here redshift/blueshift effects and the Hawking–Ellis classification of the stress–energy tensor are examined.
978-3-030-18060-7
Fermi, D. (2019). Some Remarks on a New Exotic Spacetime for Time Travel by Free Fall. In B.G. S. Cacciatori (a cura di), Einstein Equations: Physical and Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity (pp. 243-265) [10.1007/978-3-030-18061-4_8].
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