Authors: Rodney Bartlett
Here's a detailed, nonfictional explanation of why time travel (into both the future and past) is not impossible – I’ve tried to exclude mathematics as much as possible since my goal is to present an explanation of physical reality, and to make it comprehensible to the nonmathematician (I have referred to some maths, e.g. the Poincare conjecture, but have always used English). My text also seeks to explain, in nonfictional terms, phenomena such as intergalactic travel, hyperspace and space-time’s nature. This last point includes a new way of viewing gravity which explains dark energy and is based on Einstein’s work – as well as viewing gravity as fundamental to the nuclear forces and electromagnetism as well as fundamental to the composition of matter and mass (also based on Einstein’s work). The article does speak of God, but definitely not in any way you’ve heard of. And while I don’t believe evolution accounts for the origin of living species, I have no doubt that it does cause modifications in those species. To grossly oversimplify the article, intelligent beings spend thousands of years learning more and more about science. Then they discover how to time travel into the past (early 21st-century physics only believes in time travel to the future) where they put future biotechnology and computer science into practice (these sciences are far more advanced than today’s science). While the planned Mars mission of 2018 is robotic, we cannot limit our sights to that since we hope to follow with manned exploration of the Red Planet in the 2030’s. The physical bodies and psychology, as well as technology, we possess now or will possess in the foreseeable future are not well suited to prolonged space travel (e.g. our brains and bodies are vulnerable to radiation, muscle and bone loss, abnormal psychology, etc. when travelling in space … and simply reaching nearby stars would take hundreds or thousands of years). However, there is an alternative to astronauts (or cosmonauts, or taikonauts) reaching Mars and being unable to walk, or think clearly. We can thank the theories of Albert Einstein, an electrical engineering experiment conducted at Yale University in 2009, and some conclusions that logically follow from Einstein/Yale, for pointing the way to this alternative. When fully developed, the “Einstein-Yale Bridge” will take us anywhere in the universe and anywhen in time. There are 2 bonuses - Bonus #1 – Infinite universe, and Bonus #2 – How "Pioneer anomaly" refines Einstein's gravitation / space-time
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