posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:37 PM
Originally posted by Druid42
reply to post by GoOfYFoOt
What would actually occur that would separate the fabric of space/time?
In the multi-verse theory, space-time is separated by non-euclidean manifolds. I don't know if you are up to date on quantum theory, but at the
subatomic level, massive amounts of energy are required to create a "rift" in space-time. It's basically interfering with the quantum "foam".
Particles are randomly distributed in a wide vaccuum, such as outer space, but the introduction of an energy source into a narrow field should create
a wide variety of exotic particles that only exist while the field is active.
You bring up a good point that I was hesitant to address earlier. Once such separation is in place, there's no actual way to ensure the "rift" is
properly closed. There are questions that if such a field was opened, would the absence of energy be sufficient to close the newly created
"portal", or would such an event lead to a singularity.
There are many unknowns.
Let's pretend, for argument's sake, that I'm not current on quantum theory...
What is the scientific principle being utilized to construct the theory of the "rift"...? Do the theorists picture an actual rip? Or is it more like
a field, where two or more universes co-exist simultaneously in the same space?
I mean, molecular density has two very different definitions when examining them in the macro world versus the quantum one. I guess it would depend on
the state of the aforementioned "exotics"?
My own theory, suggests that time displacement can be achieved using sound waves in a modulating frequency of which the wave length is a narrow band
just above to just below the speed of sound. The actuator would be focused on an object, and much less power would be required, than the machine
sketched out in the OP.
It all hinges on resonance, and the frequency of the object to be displaced. The biggest kink left to be ironed out, is a way to measure time at the
object, without affecting the resonant frequency...A means to deliver the sonic blast, has already been worked out.
In no means, do I want to derail the OP's thread, but I think it's much more plausible than trying to acquire 75 tons of uranium....