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Originally posted by merovingian
What I want to know is how they could have possible understood how to teleport the ship from one Navy base in Philly,PA to the Navy base in Norfolf, VA. This does not seem possible to understand how to do this during the supposed first test and this happening accidentally also seems near impossible.
Originally posted by ThinkB4uSpeak
before somebody else posts about how to do it and what they need to do it, Do it yourself and make a video and post a link to it. I want to see a video of this happening not type on how i can do it. If there is any links anywhere to anyone having done this experiment please link up something it is very interesting.
Originally posted by xxRageOfIcexx
In order for teleportation to work, the time elapsed would be 0. The travel report stated that the amount of time the ship took for travel was fifteen minutes.
Time Travel is the only possibility for this to even happen. But, even from that arises another problem. To travel foward in time you must be moving close to C (C= speed of light). The closer you are, the faster/farther in time you will move. I'm almost 100% sure this is not humanly possible or even replicable in today's highest technology. Much less, in view of public! I'm not even sure how they would be able to begin Time Travel unless they used a loop-hole.
I can only think of one highly speculated theory, they used the earth's magnetic field to somehow boost them to another point on the field. (But again, this isn't possible in today's highest technology.) Correct me if i'm wrong about the theory.
Hope this spawns some answers and dispute.