I was imagining what it would look like if you could view the universe from inside folded space. In this image, I used black holes to apply the
gravitational energy and show filaments running between black holes. The filaments as shown also intersect with ruptures in the fabric of space-time
and you catch glimpses of normal space at these apertures. I had been reading about the subject and just decided to give this artist rendering a shot.
I am posting this here just in case anyone wants to use this doodle for background or other such personal use.
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I am sorry but what you are describing is more like a worm hole, not related to folding space in any way. Folding space has no inside. It is simply
shorting out one part of space to another. The travel is instantaneous.
For example, take a peace of paper and fold it in half. Push a pencil through the paper from one side to the other while it is folded. The pencil has
traveled from one half of the paper to the other half of the paper with virtually no distance moved. Now picture this happening in 3 dimensional
space. You are at one point then in another point a great distance away without actually moving and this happens instantly.
It happens in this video just after the navigator joins the points in space at the two planets.
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Hyperspace exists outside space or in another dimension of space. Time and distances in hyperspace are not equivalent to time and distances in space.
This can be used to travel great distances by passing through hyperspace in order to travel shorter apparent distances than the equivalences in space
. This also is a problem navigating because there is some uncertainty about what your course should be and what you might run into.
Some stone circles are markers for hyperspace obstacles. Some are hyperspace ships that have “ran aground” and became stuck in place.
That is still not folding space.
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Nice... I saw something similar once when flue infested I ingested and then digested much too much dextromethorphan hydrobromide.
The cosmic wilderness aflame with a sheer brilliance that captivated every thought. very much like this. Perhaps, just perhaps I did indeed fold
time.. I blue screened my windows XP machine, and street lights went out as I passed by...
But.. windows... you know.
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