Originally posted by paranormal78
Ever sense I read about the John Titor story I have been interested in how a time machine would work. What it would need,the power requirements, John
Titor never really mentioned much about the battery in the time machine he used or how the micro singularity drives worked or even the cooling supply.
And how could you go back in time without having to go to an alternate universe? That seems like you could end up going to other universes without
getting back to your own universe if something goes wrong with the machine.
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Since time is an effect dependent upon our physical universe then our ability to change one or more of the time "factors" will have a direct effect on
time. For instance, visualize a cube in space. It has length, width and height (in this case all three are equal). Those qualities cannot be
described without expressing them in some measure of lineal units. When we do this we realize that to visualize moving from the beginning of a line
to the end of that line requires velocity. This, in turn, means there is a delay (in time) which is a product of that dimension. So dimensional
things require a time element or they cannot exist.
Traveling through time then requires the changing of all the physical properties of the object. The way I like to describe this being done is by
varying the density of the object. This changes the physical characteristics. If we make the object less dense then it becomes larger and if it
becomes more dense it becomes smaller. If velocity remains constant then a larger object requires/produces more time than a smaller to describe. So
time is directly proportional to density. Example: Sound travels faster in higher density mediums than it does in lower.
Now for a more practical application. Most of us are familiar with black holes. In these matter is compressed. A given mass is made smaller
therefore it produces/requires less time to describe. If a given mass is compressed to infinity that simply means that the formula is broken because
infinite smallness requires infinite shortness of time or "no time at all".
Apply this, now, to the physical earth and the spirit world that most of us believe exists. The spiritual counterpart to the physical earth is much,
much less dense material but it is still physical therefore the rule remains valid. The much less dense spirit world requires/produces much more
time for describing an object, the correspondence of which, is in the usual physical world. How much more time? This depends upon the ratio
between the two. Let us say, for illustration, that the ratio is 1,000 to 1. Now the less dense earth requires/produces 1,000 of the time units
needed by the normal earth. This means that 1,000 years in spirit is the same as 1 year in the physical.
That's all there is to it really, this is the way that time travel has always been accomplished by our alien friends who zip across our galaxy in just
a few moments if they wish. All we have to is to discover how to change the density of things. This means we must change our own density too of
OK now visualize a few of us in a spaceship zooming along at a certain speed. We change the density of the ship and everyone in it by a factor of
100,000 and what happens is that to a stationary observer we have vanished but to us there seems no change. We have, however, greatly spread out our
physical particles and are less dense. We retain all of our vitality but are "more spread out". In this state the time difference amounts to a
changing ratio between the two states wherein the new state is a greater, much greater, value. If the value of the new state is, say, the same as
the distance to the nearest star then we effectually can travel to that star in the same length of time as has passed in the original density. We
find that, for instance, if that original time was two seconds we can travel to the nearest star in the same two seconds. This is time travel. It
is factual. Astronauts are slightly younger when they return than they would have been had they stayed on earth.
Time travel is possible by varying the density of the traveler. Well I've always said that we should not waste time with really dense people.
Final note: The extreme of compression as in a black hole approaches a state wherein time is so short that it is practically non-existent. This is
the definition of "infinity". Infinity is a state of existence wherein there is no progression on time at all. The extreme of expansion is just
the opposite. If an object is spread so thin (less dense) that is is nearly non-physical it is then in such a high state of being that the
aforementioned ratio approaches infinity. Thus we hear of God, "I am" and that statement simply infers that God, as considered from earth, is
timeless. It is interesting to note that at both ends of the spectrum of density are the two extremes of time. Infinitely short or infinitely
It's true but how to make a time machine I can't imagine.
edit on 6-3-2011 by trailertrash because: typo