posted on Aug, 12 2005 @ 05:57 PM
1. its not possible to travel in a wormhole, provided they even exist, by any means that man currently knows of.
2. its not possible to travel close to a black hole and survive. So travelling within a wormhole that is within a black hole is presently not a
3. to acheive the speed of light, you must have the mass of a photon, or the equivilant of the combined power of the sun. To propel your 30 ton
4. the fabric of space is a theory that space is layered and folds back on itself, representing a multitude of layers and depth that according to
man's current understanding appears to be infinite with respect to our ability to jump "time" and distance.
5. there is no such thing as "time", therefore time travelling either backwards or forwards is not possible. Same thing for seeing your self die
outside of yourself ie being able to view a past or future you without you being the one on display. Not possible, you exist inside one vessel and
that one is with you currently. There is no possible way to view yourself on the outside except through your reflection in a mirror.
6. Tachyons are a sub-particle of an atom I think (possibly a component of an electron that has fragmented), I am not sure but I think they exist for
a blink of a second during fission. There is no substantial proof that they exist but are required in a special form of relativity for mass conversion
7. you can never reach the end of space as space itself folds back upon itself with many multiple layers of almost infinite depth. Therefore you would
get lost before you ever reached the end of space. The current understanding is that if you had a means of navigating in only one plane and in only
one vector and could maintain that position that provided you traveled fast enough and for enough "time" that you would eventually come back to
where you started. The "time" frame however could be a billion or more earth years even while travelling at the speed of light, if you had a power
source to do so. String theory says that it might be possible that the operator of said craft may pass "time" ratherly slowly compared to an
external observer. ie the person on earth would be long gone by say a billion years when you arrived back at your take off point, but you however on
the craft may have only endured a thousand or more years, provided you yourself could live that long. The reality is that the craft itself did in fact
travel for a billion plus years, but the mechanics applied to the physical object that is you and the craft would have only experienced a fraction of
the real "time" observed. The faster you go the shorter amount of precieved time you feel, while the rest of the universe still ticks along at the
regular rate. This would make interplanetary travel rather difficult even if you had a FTL powerplant as you could essentially initiate the power and
be at your destination in what might seem a second to you but would be 10,000 years to the rest of the universe, leaving you to arrive to a planet
that you would have no idea if it would even still exist and surely whomever you were trying to meet would no longer exist. And then to travel back
and another 10,000 years to pass maybe your homeplanet no longer exists and surely not the people you used to know. Maybe a global war has wiped out
your planet and now you do not even have the facilities to return to the planets surface....
The above "time" compression is the fundamental problem with interstellar travel at speeds approaching light speed. How do you go the great distance
required without the rest of the universe aging away......