Time Travel 101 (Practical Application Of Temporal Physics, Chapter One)

Time Portal Versus Portal Time, An Introduction To The Introduction

The common conception of time is that it exists as a physical, linear path (a straight line). Actually, however, time exists as a paraphysical (neither physical nor nonphysical), pervasive field that permeates our lives. Therefore, what we call “travelling through time” would actually be the “travelling of the ‘time field’ itself.” However, a time traveller would experience the illusion of “travelling through time.”

Having established the true nature of time, we are now able to consider how one could “change their location in the time field.” Now, since the time field is not a linear path (a straight line), this would only be possible if time existed both within and without the three-dimensional world in which we live. Common sense would seem to tell us that this is the case.

However, in addition, we can test this “hypothesis” by checking for holes in time. If such holes existed, the proof of their existence would be the disppearance of matter as it fell through one of them. Now, this is exactly what we see in interstellar “black hole” events. Now, this provides us with a reason to look for “local ‘black hole’ events.”

Well, we spent ten years looking for such events but didn’t find any. We, then realized, that this was only because the conditions for such events cannot occur within earth’s gravitational field. So, the problem became “how do we compensate for earth’s gravitational field” without leaving the earth and going into deep space. The answer lies in the “spherical centrifuge.” The spherical centrifuge spins “simultaneously” (note quotes) in all directions. In reality, a computer cycles through a sequence of one trillion directional changes per second to simulate omnidirectional spin.

That is all for today. We will publish the next chapter in our series on the practical application of temporal physics as soon as possible.