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  2. Giving tachyons more energy causes them to slow down. Just like it is theorized to be impossible for a regular matter particle to accelerate up to the speed of light it is also theorized to be impossible for a tachyon to slow down to the speed of light. Tachyons with zero energy are proposed to travel at infinite speed. I imagine that c, the speed of light in vacuum forms a barrier or reflective plane between time and anti-time universes. The multiverse become analogous to an infinite hall of mirrors. Some scientists have theorized that tachyons may solve the dark matter and dark energy problems in physics...
  3. According to Stuart Hameroff, Roger Penrose, and Matthew Fisher, there could be a type of quantum computation occurring in the brain. Mental time travel, is it possible?
  4. Jacques Vallée proposed the interdimensional hypothesis whereby these grey aliens can teleport or phase shift from other experiential dimensions or alternate realities – all existing simultaneously. It might be similar to how different frequencies can be tuned on a radio dial. These entities employ a form of time travel along with their jumps to and from these parallel dimensions.
  5. Perhaps time flows in both directions simultaneously. But, our memories can only record what is happening from the past towards the future. We do not remember anything FROM the future because we only recall what happens from the past up to the present. Seth Lloyd theorizes that the universe is a quantum computer. Perhaps there is a supreme being who operates this universal quantum computer and will occasionally rewind it back to a previous era in order to experiment with different possible scenarios... So if time were to flow backwards ...but then, only to halt in order to proceed forward again, our memories of the "previous" future(s) would be erased. Physicist Richard Feynman proposed that a positron could be an electron flowing backwards in time. Magnification of Planck's constant would entail a macroscopic quantum particle that can be engineered to encapsulate a human temporal agent. Then it would be a matter of reversing the polarity of the bubble field in order to go back in time... The memories of the people inside the field would be preserved due to the fact that their local temporal polarity would not be reversed, only that of the external bubble itself. I suspect that the technology required for constructing a working time machine will be very advanced.
  6. Faster-than-light implies time travel into the past but the theoretical impossibility of reaching the speed of light prevents us from going back in time. Shortcuts through the fabric of space-time are called worm-holes and warp-bubbles... In order to warp space-time and achieve time travel something like the Alcubierre warp drive may be required... It has been theorized by Seth Lloyd that the universe is a giant quantum computer which is actually uncontroversial. He also gives an interesting lecture on the quantum mechanics of time travel... And a briefer explanation here.
  7. After some more google research I found a patent application for a time machine. A little more digging revealed that the applicant for this patent has been convicted of some very deplorable deeds. They say there is a fine line between genius and insanity. I will study the patent application to see if it has any merits. The diagrams look very similar to the Titor diagrams I have viewed online... Jack Sarfatti has written about some interesting ideas regarding low power warp drive and metamaterials. With such metamaterials it may be possible to use light to warp spacetime and thus attain a better way to reverse time externally to the machine and/or speed it up either backwards or forwards, thus achieving practical time travel.
  8. A time capsule is one way to communicate with people of the far future. It is a way of storing information for a long duration. Then... it can be read and interpreted by our future generations. Eons from now, our posterity may store history on a vast holographic array. Then they may even read these internet forum posts about time travel. A future genius may be searching for certain keywords, symbols, and statements in order to solve some enigmatic problems existing in that future. I have been perusing some of the old John Titor postings and I see that he posted as TimeTravel_0. The "0" or zero seems to imply an origin or nexus point similarly to the origin on the Cartesian coordinate diagram. The "original" time traveler TT_0. Thus such a temporal nexus in this universe may be of great interest to all future time historians. Hopefully, more time-voyagers in the future may read this thread and consequently travel back to this point in time to help us out with a few semi-anonymous postings and tips on the "how to" for constructing a time machine. All motion is relative, including motion through time. No material object can travel faster than the speed of light in vacuum though. But if one could travel faster than light they could go backwards in time. Theoretically speaking, warping space-time and traversable wormholes allow for shortcuts through the malleable fabric of space and time without breaking the laws of physics. Space-time is very stiff though. It takes much mass and energy to put an appreciable dent in its fabric. Of course we can imagine time differentials when we are inside of a transparent spherical force-field and can observe the world changing around us. The time bubble as illustrated in the first post of this thread contains matter and objects still ticking along at their own proper rate of forward marching time even as the outside world is ticking at fast-forward or fast-reverse. But still, the law of gravity would hold our time-sphere at that specific location in either direction of forwards or backwards time. Any time travelers out there from the future when time travel exists who are physicists or engineers? Please stop by and give us some necessary clues for building a time machine...
  9. A viable theory of time travel would lead one to the engineering blueprints for a working temporal displacement device. Time travel to the future is relatively easy compared to the challenge of going into the past. While we are sitting here doing nothing, we are marching steadfastly into the future ...moment by moment. Get into a rocket-ship and accelerate up to a significant fraction of the speed of light, then return home. Time passes more slowly for people in the rocket. When they return to the Earth they discover while only 5 years have passed for them, 50 years has elapsed on the Earth. Or you could find the nearest black hole and get close to it but not too close, and orbit around it a few times. The massive gravity of the black hole would slow time considerably. After returning home, there would again be a considerable amount of time that has transpired on the Earth while your experience of gravitational time dilation(slowing of time) around the massive black hole would mean you have aged much less and basically time travelled into the future. As for going back to the past, there is the problematic grandfather paradox. Go back in history and murder your grandparent but then you would not even exist, so how could we travel back in time in the first place? One way to solve this apparent paradox is with the many-worlds theory, whereby, when we travel back to the past a new branch of time is generated. Thereby a new parallel world of possibility is created and we still retain or "remember" knowledge from the alternate future. What if... our universe is like a giant clock that can unwind itself in the reverse direction of time? If we experienced such temporal unwinding we would not remember it. That is because our memory would be erased as time was being reversed in the cosmos. Consequently, as the universe chronologically unwinds, our bodies grow younger while our memory is erased. Then it stops and we begin the relentless march forward again – none the wiser to what has actually happened. This revelation of the chronological unwinding of the universe got me to thinking about a design for a time machine called the time-sphere. Exotic matter is required in order to warp space-time enough to time travel. This exotic substance is also referred to as negative mass. The outer time sphere requires an inner sphere that is shielded from another layer of negative mass that envelopes the inner sphere. When the outer sphere is spinning the negative mass in it begins rotating at high speeds as the inner sphere remains anchored and does not move. The negative mass in the outer sphere begins reversing in time as it warps space-time. The outer shell carries the inner shell along with it into the past. Since the contents of the inner shell are still moving forward in the thermodynamic direction of time, there is no memory loss or reversed aging. Essentially this is a tunnel in time to our chosen destination in history. It can also be referred to as the classic wormhole or stargate... Once we reach our temporal destination that is still at the same spatial location on the Earth, the rotation of the outer sphere is turned off and both spheres are synchronized into the forward moving time of the past. An observer in the present would see the time-sphere suddenly disappear when its time is reversed due to the rotation of the outer shell. Alternatively, if it is discovered that negative mass is not viable then it might be possible to use miniature black holes that can also be rotated at high speed, thereby providing another form of protective shell for the occupant's thermodynamic arrow of time within it.
  10. Wow, work has kept me busy. I'm actively working on something cool for Curious Cosmos though...

    1. cupcakeman


      oh pls tell us ^_^

  11. for time travel and how the hell do the entities know about it ? did i get here that right at all??
  12. hi im trying to make 5.1 or 7.1 audio to make instrumentals iv tried asking yahoo for some help but since nobody answered me i guess its up to you guys to help me out lol if you can but how on earth do i do it could someone plz show me the way big thanks
  13. Any chance people still have access to the photo references throughout these posts? If so - can they be made available again. I have one specifically I'm curious about. Thanks!
  14. im back for a we while ^_^ 

    missed you guys ^_^ 

  15. hi all i back i just havnet had the any free time to be on here glad to be back tho missed you guys cause you make life more interesting ? ? ?
  16. So, I'm wondering if @JosephMcMoneagl was involved in the murder of Princess Diana and JFK Jr. because they both belong to the 13 illuminati families and the paperwork Dodi Fayed's father received from the MI6 was considered a forgery and both cases have been left open for a while. Now, if Joseph has this mind control shit then is it not possible he could fake the return of JFK Jr., in "mind" alone in order to save sarah jessia bar=kahn from being implicated in a murder driven by lust and really what one would call just a sad horrible mistake that could get someone like a hollywood fag hag killed, for instance?
  17. Yeah. The Earth. Harte
  18. Hi Folks!!! It has been awhile. A long while! I hope all my friends here are still doing well. Has anyone seen our friend Darby lately? I miss his intelligent inputs! I have been in touch with some of my friends here "on the other side." They know who they are. RMT
  19. There's probably something under both poles IMO.
  20. Dont forget Admiral Byrd went down there.
  21. Birds aren't real.

    1. cupcakeman


      how so???? ? 

    2. Cosmo


      Just look at those little bastards.

    3. cupcakeman


      what about chickens arnt they the same as birds?

  22. Cool stuff Maynard. Has the document been verified as authentic? Would be interesting to see package Nr. 3.
  23. Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not! Discovered in 1858 by famed English entomologist, Alfred Russel Wallace, the Wallace giant bee, scientifically known as Megachile pluto, lives up to its reputation as the largest bee in the world. It boasts a wingspan of two-and-a-half inches and a length of an inch-and-a-half, about the size of a large egg. After its initial finding by Wallace, the bee proved so elusive that it was declared extinct until 1981 when American researcher Adam Catton Messer observed several males and females on three different islands located in the Moluccas, otherwise known as Malukus, an archipelago in eastern Indonesia. Wallace’s giant bee dwarfs the common honey bee in size. (Composite) © Clay Bolt | claybolt.com Now, 38 years later, a team of researchers from the Search for Lost Species Program at Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) has reported finding a female Wallace giant bee. And, believe it or not, they have the photos to prove it. A Bee of a Tale GWC researchers scoured the Bacan Islands in the Moluccas- one of the last-known areas of habitat for the enormous bee. The research team tasked with finding the “holy grail” of bees included entomologist, Eli Wyman, ornithologist, Glenn Chilton, behavioral ecologist, Simon Robson, and natural history photographer, Clay Bolt. Their successful find has not only proven an internet sensation but has sparked hopes of preserving what remains of this remarkable species. The bee itself is about the size of a human thumb. Females of the species sport massive stag-beetle-like mandibles. These make the flying giants look like the work of nightmares. Despite their vicious appearance, the arthropods serve a wholly, peaceful purpose. Females use their jaws to scratch resin off trees, which they then use to build their nests. Finding an Elusive Creature How did the team find such a shy creature? They started by pouring over Messer’s notes from his encounter with the large insect. According to Messer, the bees liked to build their nests in the lowland forest inside the homes of tree-dwelling termites. Using satellite imagery, the GWC team identified the best areas to search and familiarized themselves with the island’s terrain. But once they arrived, they only had five days to find the creature. While interviewing locals, they felt disheartened to learn that no one had ever heard of, let alone seen, the behemoth they were looking for. The insect seemed to have virtually disappeared. Scoping Out Termite Nests Disappointed by the lack of local eyewitnesses, the team started scoping out termite nests. They spent hours observing what entered and left each burrow. In a few instances, the team thought they’d found a specimen, only to realize a wasp had duped them. The work proved hot, muggy, and grueling, but they weren’t about to give up. Finally, on the last day of their five-day excursion, they spotted a termite nest with serious giant bee potential. Suspended eight feet above the ground, the only way to access the termite home was by climbing, and that’s exactly what Bolt did. What he saw inside proved both humbling and breathtaking — the first sighting of a Wallace giant bee in nearly forty years. © Clay Bolt | claybolt.com The Discovery of a Lifetime Just four years prior, the GWC team had dreamed of seeing a giant bee in the wild, and now they couldn’t believe their eyes. Capturing photos to confirm their discovery proved of the highest order; they patiently waited for the shy bee to emerge from her termite nest. After a couple of hours, she poked her head out and proved otherwise camera shy. The researchers finally resorted to tickling her with a piece of grass in the hopes of getting her to emerge. Soon enough she crawled into a large tube that the team provided. The researchers captured photos before and during her flight as she was released from the tube. Natural history photographer Clay Bolt photographing the rediscovered Wallace’s giant bee in a flight box, which was used for the team to observe the bee for a few minutes and document the rediscovery. © Simon Robson A Future for the Wallace Giant Bee The researchers hope that by sharing the news of this discovery, they’ll raise public awareness and support for the plight of the Wallace giant bee. They also hope that the rediscovery will spark future research. If scientists can learn more about the life history of the bee, perhaps they can better protect it from extinction. © Clay Bolt | claybolt.com Deforestation continues to ramp up in Indonesia making it more important than ever to educate the public of the high stakes involved in preserving this incredibly rare species. What’s more, the international trade of this species remains unrestricted– another factor impacting the bee’s fight for survival. If the Wallace giant bee can become an iconic symbol of the conservation movement, perhaps they’ll stand a fighting chance. And, perhaps, more than a handful of researchers will have the opportunity to observe them in the wild. “It was absolutely breathtaking to see this ‘flying bulldog’ of an insect that we weren’t sure existed anymore, to have real proof right there in front of us in the wild,” said Clay Bolt. By Engrid Barnett, contributor for Ripleys.com Source: Rediscovering the Earth’s Most Enormous Bee View the full article
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