Maths has always been my nemesis, but I am naturally easy to understand it. But at the moment my theories have hit a brick wall, which I knew the wall was coming (as I said it is my nemesis). I've used algebra but when it comes to re arange the forumla I get stupid and incorrect numbers. It screws up m theories. I managed using algebra to figure about the maximum velocity that a particle (given its own properties) can travel at, I was astonished at that. . However, my theory on time travel needs a little more backing. I added all the relevant calculations from my theories (constants rather (those greek letters )), but now it is so long winded and complicated, algebra does not cut the mustard.

Just so you know what I'm doing, I have variables, intergers needed, numerous ways of accounting for fluctuations in certain values, heck I even need to learn about 4 vectors and tensors. But I am wondering, is calculus a good place to start. My time travel theory,theory, is complete. I even have a few early alegbraic equations that work to aid it, but I really need to know what will help me most, and if calculus is a good place to start.

Thanks,

SVWillmer.