Saturday, November 26, 2016

Space1 Space Time Travel

NASA warp drive time travel concept
Hawking speaks 1 time travel method. We find 10 more.
Time Travel for Space & Science by Humanoido

The life long quest of methods of time travel has resulted in some very interesting and unique ways to travel the slipstream of time from past to future and in some cases from the future to the past.

Space1 examines many of the useful time travel techniques for space travel, scientific study, and experiments.

11 Ways to Time Travel

01) Clocks run slow at relativistic speed > 1/10th the speed of light
02) Proximity to a gravity source can accelerate time into the future
03) Physical object/ Physiological living moves into the future
04) Freezing time to stop it, starting it will push it into the future
05) Machine packing in the present, unpacking in the future
06) Physiological time travel with age
07) Attention span time travel speeds up time
08) Unraveling events time travel with a time machine
09) Worm hole time travel folding space time
10) Internet time travel to world countries a day ahead
11) Space1 Referential Time Travel Machine Invention

Direction & Type of Time Travel From Time Traveler View

01) Future
02) Future
03) Future
04) Stop, Future
05) Stop, Future
06) Slow, Fast
07) Fast, Slow, Future
08) Future, Past
09) Future, Past
10) Future, Past
11) Slow, Stop, Fast

1) Albert Einstein said that moving clocks run slow when speeds are relativistic in nature. This means if you travel near the speed of light in a starship and return to the Earth, you will be in the future. Time travel takes place at velocities 1/10th the speed of light or faster. The twin paradox involves identical twins, one of whom makes a journey into space in a high-speed rocket and returns home to find that the twin who remained on Earth has aged more.

2) The greater the gravity the greater the difference in time. Black holes would produce a massive amount of time dilation due to their extreme gravitational pull. One example of time dilation through gravity is a person traveling forward in time at a rate four times that of distant observers by residing inside a spherical shell with a diameter of 5 meters and the mass of Jupiter.  For such a person, every one second of their "personal" time would correspond to four seconds for distant observers.

3) An object, such as one buried in a time capsule to be unearthed 20 years later, or a person with great longevity who lives to be 90, are both examples of a way for physical or physiological objects to reach the future by sustaining presence through time.

4) Humanoido Laboratories has shown that time can be stopped and restarted. In examples of extreme cold, specific characteristics of an electromagnetic presence can be frozen, such as light, stopping its progression of life in time. After thawing, the same light can resume its normal life. For the moment the light is frozen, time stands still, and when unfrozen, the light appears in the future.

5) Humanoido Laboratories had developed machine time travel. Machines invented in the past are data prepared in the past, and the data is time suspended by data hybernation or suspended animation storage. Years in the future, the data is retrieved and the machine is brought back to life following the data instructions. Space1 had revived a number of machine intelligence using this technique.

6) In the physiological time travel effect, as an example, when you are age 6 months, a year is twice your life span! A month is a full 1/6th of your life! To you, time travels by exceedingly slow. When you are 90, a year is only 1/90th of your life and a month is a mere 1/1080th of your life, and time travels by super fast!

7) Physiological time travel with attention span is when a person is highly interested in a subject or activity and extremely captivated. Suddenly, time will have appeared to pass by very quickly and often hours of time are lost and vanish.

8) A time machine, such as the one designed by Humanoido Laboratories, is a machine that propels a human or object into the future. In the example, a machine generates intense gravity through a micro black hole that subjugates a person or object to gravity harmonics. The object is protected from harmonic forces by another means and accelerates into the future. In one experiment, precise atomic clock twins are subjected to less gravity atop a mountain and one at sea level. One clock undergoes time travel due to gravity.

9) Time travel through a worm hole is theoretically possible as the worm hole bends and fold time. Enter from one place of time in the universe, and appear at the other side in another place with different time.

10) Internet time travel other countries that may be a day ahead, such as the United States compared to Taiwan. Simultaneous posting will show the USA post to be a day earlier compared to the Taiwan post. In some dated blogging, the post may be invisible to the USA until a day later.

11) In the Space1 referential time travel machine, a rocket's referential time is either stretched, compressed or stopped.

Space1 Index
Big Brain Site

Time Links from the Big Brain Site

Time Machine Search

Time Machine Lab

Elements of SpaceOne Time Travel Machine

Configuring SpaceOne Time Travel Machine

Traveling Into the Future Through Time

Spaceone Referential Time Travel Invention

Simple Time Travel with a Penny

Brain Cortex Time Part 50

Time Travel

Brain Cortex Time Travel Part 12

SpaceOne Time Travel Dilation

Cortex Brain Living Time Capsule Part 53

Brain Cortex Time Travel Predictions Part 13

Outside Time Links

The Anderson Institute - The Official Site of the World Encyclopedia of Time, the Time Shop, and the Time Research Association

i09 We Come From the Future 

Time Control - Technologies and methods

Space1 Time Links

Space1 Touring Time

Space1 Space Time 

Space1 Machine Time Travel

Space1 Space Time Travel