New Crazy Theory for the Day...

One theory that time travel will never be possible is that we have never met anyone from the future, so it will never be possible. Is this statement true- has no one in history ever met anyone from another time- or is this a common occurrence that no one has really related to time travel, but rather to something more 'believable' such as aliens or government conspiracies or lost civilizations?

I chose/want to believe in life outside of Earth, but if we have been visited by beings from many light years away, then the technology used to travel these distances is incredible- maybe something equivalent to a wormhole tat can create a 'hole' in time/space and allow matter to pass through to any other point in our 3D universe (and I am sure there are many more dimensions than 3- but that is another theory for another day).  So what limits these visits to existing in our time and not thousands/millions/billions of years in the past/future?

What if all of the UFOs we have seen are actually visits from different versions of genetically evolved/modified humans from the future?  Most of them seem to interested in collecting DNA or something- perhaps they are just anthropologists of the future studying the primitive evolution of mankind? 

Future visitors really would only be able to go back an watch/study the past as if they did interfere in any of history (say going back and killing Hitler before he came into power) as they would risk changing the path of human interaction and possibly cause themselves to never exist (creating a paradox that should correct itself?).

So are aliens actually archaeologists from the year 2750?  Perhaps the pyramids and Stonehenge were created by these visitors as fixed calendars from which to determine the exact coordinates in space/time for travelers?  Maybe Atlantis was a city-sized research vessel that was stationed in the Atlantic and was returned to its own time after it was discovered by too many of the primitive humans from that time?

Just some ADD ramblings...

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