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TerryStonefield
post Jan 28, 2013, 09:16 AM
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Traveling faster than the speed by of light by shear momentum is a futile task. Therefore we must find alternative means of breaking the light barrier. We must use methods that simulate a faster than light speed. If we look at space not as an empty void by as a physical presence we may be able to do just that. We may be able to go from point A to point B without trans-versing the area in between. Imagine two planets 'floating' in the body of space. The only thing keeping us from jumping from one planet to the next is that body. Luckily, though, that body is fluid. Therefore we can displace the space in between them, and bring those two bodies together. You can then move from one body to the next instantaneously. Meanwhile you are not actually traveling faster than light. You are also not attempting to alter the nature of space or yourself. You are only using a natural function of fluid bodies. Displacing the space gives you the ability to instantly travel from one planet to the next.
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post Feb 03, 2013, 11:05 AM
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I think you would enjoy reading up on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_teleportation

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post Apr 22, 2013, 12:13 AM
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c speed is 1 second long. It is about 186234 miles long.

1 span of E=mc^2 is also 1 second long. It is about 186234 * 186234 miles long.

To go any longer distance in 1 second is to travel faster than the speed of light as well.

Space is full of energy. So 1 square mile of space is full of energy. It becomes desirable then to move mass 1 mile in 1 second. Does it take all the energy of 1 sq. mile to move the mass? No.

Space is a unit of energy and a unit without energy at the same time. This forms the invisible point. In space the invisible point is bordered by a circumscribed square with sides 1 mile long each side.

Within the "space" of this tangible point is all the energy making up many other invisible points. Thus you have 1 square mile of solid energy and 1 square mile of emptiness at the same time. What we are interested in is the line of force that makes up the diameter of the invisible point.

In the case of visible light it goes about 186234 miles in 1 second. That is the length of the diameter of its invisible point or tangible point. The irrational circumference of its invisible point would be d * pi. We can now get a glimpse of how much solid energy fills that tangible point in space for every passing second of time.

How much work is being done? The mass of light goes 186234 miles in 1 second. Therefore the mass goes 1 mile in 1/186234 of a second. 1/186234 of a joule of energy let's calculate is 1 mile for the mass of light. How many pieces of light does it take to make 160 pound man?

It can be seen then that time is energy. To absorb energy is to jump time. Time switches between 1 and 0 very fast. To absorb energy is to bring the destination near. To release the energy is to replace space.

What do we know about 1E=mc^2? It is 186234 times heavier than the speed of light. This means that something 186234 times heavier than light will go the same distance a normal light beam will go in 1 second.

Does this sound logical?.

1E = m c^2
c^2 / 186234 = c
c^2 / (186234 * c) = 1
m = 1

The total mass of 1 will go 186234 miles in 1 second. Therefore 0 mass will go c^2 miles in 1 second = 1E.

Totally absorbing the mass squares the distance that can be travelled in 1 second of time.

Once the mass has been totally absorbed then each passing second squares the total distance covered. Heaven may not be that far away.

I hope that this is leading in the right direction for time travel.

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post Apr 25, 2013, 05:58 AM
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I am new to conversions therefore please double check my figures carefully...

m = 1 total mass: 5 men each 160lbs

160lbs / 2.2 = 72.7 kg * 9.8 = 712.7 newton's each man

186234 mi/sec / 0.6 = 310390 km/sec

310390 / 712.7 = 435.496 km/sec per man

435.496 / 5 men = 87.099 km/sec for the group of 5 men

87.099 * 0.6 = 52.259 mi/sec

If it took 1 second to transport 5 men from a star ship to the surface of the earth then that ship could be a maximum of 52 miles away from the earth using 1E of power with this calculation.

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post Oct 10, 2016, 01:09 AM
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Thank you very much for the great support to every one..Thus you have 1 square mile of solid energy and 1 square mile of emptiness at the same time. What we are interested in is the line of force that makes up the diameter of the invisible point.
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post Dec 13, 2016, 08:37 PM
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The speed of light is too difficult to understand.
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so you can look up and down the columns and get the feel of the speed of the planetary movement and also look for any date when something important happened and see what aspects were present.
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