The Tronexus


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The inchworm effect to travel to the stars warp speed. . .

"We suggest that the Universe emerged from something rather than nothing--and that something was itself. . . . Such a thing is possible because Einstein's general theory of relativity permits closed time-like curves--loops of time.

This theory has been advanced by J. Richard Gott III and Li-Xin Li of Princeton University and even suggests that time travel may be possible. Ruling out the possibility of traveling back in time has turned out to be trickier than many physicists had supposed. Two researchers have now shown that quantum effects do not necessarily prevent the occurrence of loops in time, Li-Xin Li and J. Richard Gott III Princeton University present their case in the April 6, 1998 Physical Review Letters . . ."

A fundamental principle of Einstein's theory of general
relativity is that gravity is indistinguishable from acceleration. The whole object of the Tronexus is to beat the path of light using quantum effects instead of gravitational ones, simplified further quantum effects are manipulated to beat the path of light, furthermore this over simplification results in Faster-than-light-flat.

"This means The Iron Helix Tronexus is perfectly shown to be within reason, and that quantum effects pertaining to the Iron Helix Tronexus do not prevent the occurence of loops in time. Therefore, I present the possibility of jumpspace."

-M.D.T. alias Ortemus

Best Regards,
Freelance Inventor/Scientist
Matthew David Trovato
a.k.a. Ortemus

Time Warped Fields & Closed Time-Like Curves go hand in hand my friend...

. Tipler first described a working "time machine" through his theory of massive rotating spheres. I apologize for the web site but it was the only one I could find quickly.

Certain types of black holes also exhibit the "time travel" abilities of Tipler cylinders. Kerr was one of the first to describe the dual event horizons of a rotating black hole. As with Tipler's cylinders, it was possible to travel on a "time-like" trip through a Kerr black hole and end up in a different world line without being squished by the gravity of the singularity.

The mass and gravitational field of a microsingularity can then be manipulated by "injecting" electrons onto its surface. By rotating two electric microsigularities at high speed, it is possible to create and modify a local gravity sinusoid that replicates the affects of a Kerr black hole.