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|What the world’s leading time research
agencies do not want you to know.
Written by Dr. David Lewis Anderson for What’s Happening Magazine
What many people find surprising is that the technologies delivering the results today are not based upon the popular sciences portrayed in media and movies of traveling faster than the speed of light, near light speed, or through wormholes. They are instead based upon the lesser known techniques in spacetime physics of generating fields of closed timelike curves (CTCs) and superluminal propagation of information using quantum tunneling. In different ways these techniques allow the transmission of matter, information or living organisms backward and forward in time without the need to make matter move faster than the speed of light.
These developments offer the potential for tremendous benefit to human society on this planet and also risk. To help manage these developments and opportunities wisely we all should understand some basics of time control technologies and methods, the basis of the most effective technologies, the potential benefits and risks of their use, and also the steps necessary to ensure the protection and benefit to human society on this planet. This article was prepared to provide such a summary.
Ten Ways to Travel through Time
Under each key characteristic is a column with either a solid or empty circle. A solid circle indicates a key characteristic is supported by the indicated technology or method, an empty circle indicates it is not.
"Time Control" indicates whether travel to future, past, or both are possible. "Matter Transport" is solid if both matter and information can be transported; empty if only information can be transported. "Tech Viability" is solid if the technology or method is viable with present state-of-the-art technology or within two generations. "Possible without Exotic Materials" is solid if materials required are available today or within two generations. "Relatively Low Input Power" is solid if time control is achievable within power generation capabilities available today or within two generations.
A summary of this comparison follows below after a short description of each technology and method.
Time Control Technologies and Methods - Comparison ResultsAll of these technologies and methods support time control and time travel but only a few can be achieved using the available technology on this planet at this point in time. While traveling at near or faster-than-light speeds is a very popular topic in media or movies the system input power simply cannot be achieved at this point in time.
Wormholes, Tipler Cylinders and cosmic strings also popular subjects in movies but they either remain theoretical or require exotic materials or technologies that will not be available for several generations on this planet. It is important to note that great progress is being made is using the Casimir Effect in attempts to generate and harness wormholes in the quantum foam. But this area of time-control research is quite young and the results are yet to be determined.
The top performers of time control technologies are those less known to the public. These technologies have been the focus of government funded research programs around the world since as early as the 1960s, but kept out of the public eye for many reasons.
These spacetime technologies and methods producing real results include the superluminal transport of information backward in time using quantum tunneling or CTC-based technologies including Time-Warped Field technology, Circulating Light Beams, and different variations of the two. We will take a look at the basic principles behind these technologies but first let’s take a look at global activity in the time research field today.
The list of countries with active time control research programs using the above technologies and methods is quite large and is presented in the table below.
The table presents the countries and organizations that this author has personally met in a scientific capacity for time control technology briefings or joint-development initiatives.
The table lists each country, its leadership ranking, technological competencies and sponsoring agencies. There of course may be other smaller active programs in other countries but these are the major programs to the best of this author’s knowledge.
Superluminal Propagation of Information
CTC-Based Technology – The Emerging Leader in Time Control
Later Frank Tipler built upon this, discovering a solution to the equations of general relativity prepared by Willem Jacob van Stockum in 1936 and Kornel Lanczos in 1924. In a 1974 paper Tipler showed that in a spacetime containing a massive, infinitely long cylinder which was spinning along its longitudinal axis, the cylinder should create a special frame-dragging effect. See illustration below.
Since the 1970s the most significant development in this area is the possibility to produce fields of containable closed-timelike curves using much less energy than previously thought required. It has also been learned that these time-warped fields can be harvested from both manmade as well as naturally occurring phenomenon. CTCs and time-warped field theory is now the basis for nearly all practical time control research and development today. It also is a key element and basic principles for new time reactor designs that are being considered for clean energy production.
The Opportunities and Risks of Time Control TechnologyIt is difficult but important to consider the impact of opportunities and risks of using time control technology. Below are just a few examples of some extreme opportunities and risks for human society.
Moral and Ethical Considerations
Ethics demands that the greater our knowledge and power as a society, the greater our need for moral responsibility in the application of that power. We must ensure that our capacity for moral reasoning keeps pace with the developments of our knowledge and capacities. However, with time control technology the gap between moral reasoning and our technological capacity has reached a critical point. The complex web of interdependencies and potential impact to society from using this technology now exceed our present capacity for human reasoning.
So, why don’t all the research labs just stop the operations and bury the technology? It’s too late. The technology is now active in too many locations. The issue is no longer whether we should or should not acquire or use this knowledge and capacity. Rather, the issue is how to use this new knowledge in an ethically responsible manner.
The conclusion of this author and many colleagues actively working in this field everyday is that we must begin a four-step approach to ensure human society is protected and benefits from this technology. The steps are:
1. Full Disclosure of Technology - Any new scientific breakthrough that offers commercial prospects attracts tremendous interests and investment from the both the private sector and private enterprise. One cannot underestimate the financial aspirations and power large business, and the political and economical aspirations and power of governments and their desire to keep it secret. However, this barrier must be overcome and full disclosure of all technology, its use, and further development must be achieved.
2. Global Education Initiative – A global education initiative must be implemented to ensure every person has the opportunity to learn, understand and explore the technological developments and knowledge gained from all work in the field.
3. Establishment of a World Time Council – Perhaps the most critical step, we as a human society must establish a leadership group to act as a moral compass. This group must come together and operate across all geographic, political, corporate and spiritual lines and work together with the single goal to ensure the protection of human society and that out planet benefits from the technology use.
4. Monitoring – A global network of Temporal Tremor Detectors (TTDs) must be deployed to monitor and report all activations of time control technology to all citizens. This public TTD network can be efficiently deployed and operated in a space-based configuration around the planet.
For the first time in history this planets very survival demands that we begin to consider ethical responsibility, not just in the application of science, but also in the direction of research and development of new realities and technology. Time control is a perplexing subject, mostly because the first step in understanding it is to understand and overcome the limitations of our body’s senses and perceptions and our mind’s belief system. But the time to begin learning and becoming part of the solution is now. Tomorrow or even yesterday may simply be too late.