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13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works

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posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:40 PM
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You haven't read the real one. But even though he says the main ingredient I need hasn't been made ,but they already have been and in the form that I want them, it works with absorption which he also denies.By he I mean MolecularPHD.

[edit on 22-1-2010 by Gentill Abdulla]




posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:45 PM
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Lets say you get your time machine up and running.
Where or rather when will you go?
Forward or backward through time?


[edit on 22-1-2010 by Eurisko2012]



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:51 PM
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"a beam of blue light that has been travelling for thousands of years"

Well surely he doesnt expect to find a naturally occuring blue beam of light. so he probably figure if he makes this beam of light and preserves it somehow, then he can later on use this blue beam of light and travel back to when it was made.
so if he makes the light now he can use this beam next week to travel to this week.

but why does he require a blue beam of light?
well a quick google and i came up with that the optical blue light range is 440–490 nm (closer to IR than MicroWaves) and this range is abundent with energy, so maybe he is on to something.

What really baffled me tho is he expects to use 2 magnets with the opposing sided facing each other with a plastic magnet in the middle?

couple questions here...
1. wth is a plastic magnet? 2. what is a plastic magnet suppose to do?

and he wants to use the forces of these magnets to compress this plastic magnet?

in all honesty i really do not think putting opposing magnets facing each other isn't going to do anything, but thats just imo



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:51 PM
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I'd like to say I'm a Tesla because if I'm wrong I will keep modifying until I'm right. Or if I was already right (Which I believe I am) I would try to get him to understand the concept better. (Which I am trying to do but Molec. won't listen.)



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:52 PM
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I'd rather go to the future because in the past I would already know what happens.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:55 PM
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Originally posted by sunspot0


A 13 year old boy, named Gentill Abdulla, has said that he has a time machine plan that is going to work. I have personally met him and he is an extremely bright boy. Gentill says that his ingenious plans can allow time travel to be possible. He told me: "I have done a lot of research on the areas of black holes, time travel, wormholes, magnetism, light, and most importantly gravity. I have devised an experiment that if done correctly could allow time travel".

Here is the theory:

If you had magnets in front of each other and had one beam of blue light that had been traveling for thousands of years and put that in the middle of these two magnets then turned on lasers on each magnet, and the side they are pointing makes the magnets face each other, and when the magnets are heated have eight smaller magnets on each magnet and make those magnets so that they would repel the big magnet.

Then move all these magnets toward the plastic magnet so it will compress it on all sides so it will become smaller than it's Schwarzschild radius.

After this is done the magnets both should become black holes. Since they are facing each other their gravities will act and join these black holes together. There will still be a singularity but it will be magnetic.

Now you make a device, that I have also made, that will split the singularity into a ring. This device will make a hole in the singularity. Since the string is no longer there, the magnets will expand enough to make the singularity into the ring.

You will know if it works because you will be able to see the other side of the hole from the entrance. Since the beam of light is old and the light beam is what is creating the effect, you will be able to go back to when that beam of light was first made.

So through this it will make a traversable wormhole. The negative energy really won't be negative energy because since the smaller magnets are repelling the singularity, it will push it outward in the opposite way or just rotate the 2 magnets from the beginning so you don't have that problem.

Source: CNN iReport


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[edit on 19-1-2010 by Gemwolf]



So lets believe him just because he is so brilliant.Time travel is not possible and no one has the ability to do it.If you people would spend more time with logical and realistic things to talk about it might be more interesting.



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:58 PM
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Well I would use a weaker magnet at the center and an array of Strong Earth magnets to compress it. If I was going with my old experiment but I'd rather use my new experiment. So I don't have to use a plastic magnet but I could. Also a plastic magnet that was stated doesn't work at room temperature and is really called a "Light Tunable Magnet".( Magnet that gets stronger with blue light and weaker with green light.)



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
reply to post by Eurisko2012
 


I'd rather go to the future because in the past I would already know what happens.


Go ahead. Let us know what you see in the year 2020.
Are you a Star Trek fan?

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I think the U.S. Navy used a different apparatus to travel through
time. U.S.S. Eldridge

[edit on 22-1-2010 by Eurisko2012]



posted on Jan, 22 2010 @ 10:09 PM
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I am pretty sure I did this experiment as a kid with fridge magnets, and I didn't time travel.

OR DID I ?

But seriously, apart from the peanut butter jar being missing it was almost exactly the same.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 02:30 AM
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Originally posted by MolecularPhD
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Well the good news is I cant loose my job sense I own the company. As for the program that was used it is called 3dsMax it is kinda of expensive to say the least and the upgrades to the software also cost a lot of money.

I'm curious to what you might believe my device is for? Please; if you don't feel comfortable saying in post, U2U to me.

My plan is to post all of my findings on this technology as well as posting all blue prints, material specs, design capabilities, and formulas for tuning the device properly.

The ones I was talking about is the Government; as they have given myself and many of my researchers a lot of hassles in the past; to include death threats; breaking into the lab facility; running cars off the road; etc... because I will not turn this concept over to the feds like they would like me to do.

I feel that I will have no choice but to get as much public attention about this technology out to the public so they can not hide the technology like they have done to so many others.

But, thank you for your concern.

Sincerely

TheGhost


Eh when you attached the design, you labelled it as blueprint of Looking Glass.
Project Camelot or Dharma Initiative?



[edit on 23-1-2010 by postmeme]



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 12:40 PM
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The material you speak of has not been made; unless you are going to say that 2% absorption rate is enough to create the structured mass you speak of. Which is impossible; let me say that again 2% is not efficient enough to absorb the field enough to create your mass structure. Period; enough said.

You have until 2:00pm today to either put forth some empirical data or retract your story.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 12:45 PM
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I wont listen because, its not based on Science Fact its based on Science Fiction. And I would agree with you about you being like Tesla; as Tesla stole most of his ideas as well.

Good Luck with your mythical Blackbody.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 12:49 PM
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I called it a looking glass, because of the way it is constructed like a looking glass.

All though I do see your point.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 12:51 PM
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Ahhh time travel...to go back and see myself in the 80's or to go back and see what it was like owning a 55 Chevy and pulling up to the malt shop...it would be awesome...to bad it can never happen...and is a waste of time to think about. Thank god for pictures, video's and books...



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:38 PM
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Originally posted by MolecularPhD
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I called it a looking glass, because of the way it is constructed like a looking glass.

All though I do see your point.


you called it a looking glass because its just a fictional as alice. . . .

I mean the schematic isn't even real. . . you used the same graph twice and made one inverted it wasn't even a good attempt at a fake its lazy and ugly. . . . there arent even any error bars along with the graph that jumps sencelessly all over the page

your charade however has become quite amusing

CW out

[edit on 23-1-2010 by constantwonder]



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:50 PM
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Originally posted by MolecularPhD

You have until 2:00pm today to either put forth some empirical data or retract your story.



Calm down, already, it's a 13 year old kid. Isn't there a science fair in your area where you could go tip over all the bread mold experiments or something?

Sheesh, a PhD has time to threaten a child on the Internet?
Man I knew a lot of you intellectual dweebs could be socially backward, but this is hilarious.



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 04:57 PM
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Originally posted by MrDesolate

Originally posted by MolecularPhD

You have until 2:00pm today to either put forth some empirical data or retract your story.



Calm down, already, it's a 13 year old kid. Isn't there a science fair in your area where you could go tip over all the bread mold experiments or something?

Sheesh, a PhD has time to threaten a child on the Internet?
Man I knew a lot of you intellectual dweebs could be socially backward, but this is hilarious.


He's no Phd. . . he calls that kids designs fiction then posts some rip off schematic (that looks straight out of hollywood) as a plan for whatever it is he imagined and then tries to pass it off as "real". . . .

I can't stand when someone has the gall to call someone else out on their idea only to basically call them a liar and then try to hijack their thread with there own piece of fiction. . . .



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 05:04 PM
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I only need 2% absorption. Also you should check the comment I wrote on the story. Oh and by the way it works because the closer you get to the speed of light you gain mass. SO you are "allowed" to gain infinite mass. So let's review it's spinning , it's black ,has infinite mass, there is a ring singularity, and absorbs light. Hmm.... I think that applies to the characteristics of a spinning black hole.

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[edit on 23-1-2010 by Gentill Abdulla]



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 05:05 PM
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Yeah well... once the physics starts, I never know what the hell anybody's talking about anyway. I'd just like to see the kid get some slack. Even if he's wrong, he's thinking.

Molecular PhD (whatever the hell that is) needs to rein himself in a tad before they start swinging frozen rhesus monkeys at each other. That can't be good for anybody.

"Retract you varlet, else your vainglorious tendencies find you hoist on your own petard".



posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 05:57 PM
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Glad to see you buy into his scientific non-sense; as for me not holding a PhD in Molecular Physics; well I guess I should give this back; as well as the following. As for the blue print; who knows; if I can not build it I can sell it to Hollywood as you suggested. Thanks for the wonderful idea; my backers will be excited at this prospect.
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