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T4: theoretical time-travel technology

the geometry of hyperspace and physics of time-travel.

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Comment by Jonathan Barlow Gee on May 23, 2012 at 11:11am

Comment by Jonathan Barlow Gee on November 27, 2012 at 12:56am

There are obviously, multiple methods of time travel. The method we will discuss here is in the form of a "thought experiment," therefore it renders an excercise in "mental-only" time travel methodology. However, theoretically, if one were to build a ship as a trans-temporal vessel, the same rules could be applied to navigating such a physical craft to transport their body as described here "mentally-only."

 

Targetting of time-tunnel:

 

This method involves "attacking" an, exactly as possible, estimated arrival time from a given (equally only relatively constrained) "window" of departure. If your "jump-time" takes 5 seconds, your "arrival-time" will also last 5 seconds. Thus, this 10 seconds must be factored into the equation of duration = distance to be "travelled" across time, also.

 

Imagine you wanted to make a "time-jump" from 2012 to 1905, and to be able to return. You would need to establish a stable time-tunnel, "portal" or worm-hole between these two dates in time. The worm-hole, in this case, would be 107 years long. It would have to "slice" or "cut" through and around the events during this intersecting portion of time in a manner so as not to effect changes in them; it would also have to "bend"  or "warp" over and around the targetted destination location's exact position as it changed position over the intervening time. The most obvious course to avoid interference and re-connect only at the most distant location (the targetted destination location) would be an arc.

 

An arc can be defined as like an arched bow, it has an ascending node, a central atipode point, and then a descending node. In the ascending node, the arc-shape of the wormhole is travelling both away from the "jump-point" as well as "backwards" in time. In the descending node, the arc-shape of the wormhole is travelling toward the "target-point" as well as "backwards" in time. Because in the ascending-node time moves somewhat more slowly than the time in the descending node of the parabollic arc, one also must factor this into their time-travel equations.

 

At the "central antipode" or "mid-point," between the "jump point" and the "ascending node" of the "time-arc" on the one side and the "descending node" toward the "target-point" on the other, will occur an event (already known in the later date) that will largely determine the nature of the "time-jump" one will be making between point A in the future and point B in the past, or vice versa. This "central event" occurs due to the "time-tunnel's" warping of the quanta underlying space-time.

Comment by Jonathan Barlow Gee on November 27, 2012 at 12:56am

For example, all forms of "worm-holes" already exist, in potential. When they become activated and while being used, they exist. The rest of the time, they do not exist, not in any standard way we would experience them. However, while we are going through a "worm-hole" or "time-tunnel," we are going from point A to point B at a nearly instantaneous speed, although point A may have happened a  long time later than point B, and not even at the same exact location in space either. This is all related to the natural facts about "quantum-teleportation," that it occurs in the absence of the "operant observer principle," such that whenever photons cease striking electrons, the electrons return to a condition of "quantum uncertainty," where they seem to inhabit multiple locations simultaneously in an "orbital cloud" around an atom's nucleus. When any particle smaller or faster than a photon strikes an electron-cloud it does not disturb its state of "uncertainty" or alter its condition of probability. We call "superluminal" energy a spectrum of "anti-matter" particulates, and include "anti-particle" counterparts for many actual sizes of stable matter-energy quanta. However, super-lumunal matter we call the "energy" field of the "nulliverse," where all is pure tachyonic light, so-called "Cerenkov radiation" in the modern scientific vocabulary. Inside the diameter of the time-tunnel, we physically become particles travelling faster than light-speed, in order to pass from one point in spacetime to another at a speed faster than we could, even travelling at the speed of light.

 

Therefore, at the "mid-point" of the "time-arc," when the time-traveller begins to return from their journey outside of time and turns back toward the "main-stream" sequence of events, this corresponds to an event in that "main-stream" sequence of events that occurs at the "mid-point" date and time stamp between points A (the "jump" point) and B (the "target" destination). This event serves as an "omen" that can help pre-determine the natural course comprising the series of events the "time-jump" will consist of.

 

For example, say I want to leave on midnight between December 20th and 21st, EST, from Tallahassee, Florida, and travel back 107 years to 1905 and visit Nikola Tesla in his Wardencliffe laboratory in Shoreham, Long Island. First I would measure the distance from here to there. Then I would super-impose an equal "length" symbolising the duration (107 years, approximately) to travel. Following this, I would compute this measurement as upon an arc, or as alike the pattern of a "solar prominence" that forms in the magnetic field of the sun. I would ascertain the mid-point in terms of a date and time, and I would ascertin the mid-point in terms of a location of distance, both between A & B. I would have to compare the overall events of the world in the "mid-point" date to the events in the world occuring at the "mid-point" location to be able to ascertain an "omen" about the nature of the particular "time-jump" involved, and, obviously, this would differ based on each different "jump."

Comment by Jonathan Barlow Gee on November 27, 2012 at 12:57am

Because the "omen" can be known before the "time-jump" is under-taken, it has an influence on the natural course of events in the "time-jump" to the same extent the "time-jump" will change the natural events that occured in the past. In this case, I would be looking for an event that would occur somewhere around the eastern coast of the USA, perhaps in South Carolina, in the sixth month of the year 1958. This is because the "time-tunnel" is 107 years long, and 1/2 of 107 is 53.5 or 53 years and ~6 months (1/2 or 0.5 of a year).

 

One cannot determine if the "omen" is "positive" or "negative" about the impact of the "time-jump" on those under-taking it, at least not until after one has taken the "jump" and followed the natural course of events of doing so. Only after one returns to their own "altered" future event's time will one know if the changes one made while in the past are "positive" or "negative."

 

PEACE! - Jon Gee

Tallahassee, Florida, USA.

Monday, 10:45 pm. November 26, 2012.

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