Thursday, December 1, 2016

Space1 Time Travel Anomaly

Exampling black box packaging RTM Referential Time Machine
As introduced previously, Space1 has developed a Referential Time Machine RTM for space flight. The RTM is fully capable of accelerating time, slowing it down, and as we recently discovered, the anomaly of stop time.

Currently the time speed up function is not used. That's because the original intention of developing the time machine is to stretch out time, decelerate it, and increase the duration of short term space tourism flights. The method of stretching time is effective to multiply the number of seconds or minutes by two modes, X10 and the experimental X100 rate.

Using the RTM, stop time was not investigated until now. It could be dangerous to stop time during a space flight as perhaps the progression of time would be lost and possibly not recovered. This time gap would have consequences. A stop time parameter could cause events to disappear (by stopping) and vanish during a space flight, never again to return to normal time. One might get stuck on a stop time mode and it's unknown what would happen to the person. More experimentation is needed but there are no volunteers to test the stoppage of time.

For this reason, on the next developed RTM, the two modes of time acceleration and stop time will be automatically disengaged for space travel. Stop time in a nutshell: what happens when the time machine engages the stop time function? Does the passage of events stop? Does it curtail but continue the events from the point of stoppage when reengaged? Are events lost? Are temporal events saved within the time line? Will a time paradox ensue? Stay tuned as these mysterious questions are tested and investigated.

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