posted on Feb, 1 2010 @ 08:30 AM
My understanding with magnets and how they work is that there lines of field force and that in the absolute pole there is a singularity unaffected by
any lines of force and has neither negative nor positive polarity. Electrons are pulled into this vortex and reappear on the other side. The idea of
making a larger "ring" of magnets so designed to create a larger vortex is feasible, however when done the only thing that will happen is that
electrons will be pulled from your body and through the vortex, and those will be replaced by other radical free electrons.
Tesla played with the idea of human transport via the "electric field". He called it the "wall of light". Electricity has within it all three
properties of light, magnetic, and electron motion. It could be argued that the electric field is actually "fluid matter". When applied to physical
matter, the electric field can alter the state of it turning it liquid. Other effects can be noted from the "Hutchinson effect"
In the Hutchinson effect, matter is either levitated or disintegrated. It is the disintegration that is of more importance. If the power were enough,
I believe a total disintegration would be possible to a liquid state, and if one were to capture that state and force it into a beam of light energy
where it could be collected by another "receiver' where it could be recombined, we would have teleportation. Why is that important, because then you
could send it at the speed of light and back where it would time travel into the future. Also, it would be possible to focus it through the vortex of
a magnetic ring where depending on it's strength and polarity would cause it to react to time-space forward or back.
So you don't actually need a black hole singularity to transport through time or space. What you need to do is accomplish what a black hole
singularity would do. break down physical matter. Stream it through a vortex etc.
Here's how I think it could work. You step into a chamber and are energized into liquid matter. Next you are streamed through a magnetic vortex.
After you go through the vortex you will re-emerge and recombine without effort to the state you had before the liquid state into another time period
and perhaps another parallel timeline. The only thing that comes close to this is the TV series "Sliders". Only with a touch of magnetism, you could
induce time travel.