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EXPLANATION OF INTERSTELLAR TRAVEL
How is it possible to cross the vast expanses of space required for interstellar travel without exceeding the speed of light?
Or how can you travel in reasonable time and economy between points that are light years apart? Now keep in mind that the speed of light is 186,000 miles a second, which translates into roughly 669 million miles an hour. And a light year is the distance travelled in one year at the speed of light, a distance of almost 6 trillion miles. For instance, Proxima Centauri, the star system nearest us would take four years to reach if you could travel at the speed of light, which we can't. As an example, one of our Pioneer space probes has left our solar system and is speeding toward Proxima Centauri and will not be there until after the year 28,000. That is the type of distance we're discussing. So up until now, when we've examined the requirements to travel these distances, we've always had to consider the problems of travelling at a speed near the speed of light. This poses problems in propulsion, navigation, fuel capacities, and even when you consider the effects of acceleration on space/time, which includes time dilation, mass increase, length contraction and a whole host of other things, it becomes evident that this type of travel would require a level of technology that man has not yet achieved. The truth of the matter is that travelling these distances does require a level of technology that man has not achieved, but it has nothing to do with flying in a linear mode near the speed of light.
We know that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, so in our universe we've always assumed that the fastest way from Point A to Point B was to travel in a straight line between the two points at the speed of light. Well, the fact is that when you are dealing with space/time and you enjoy the capability of generating an intense gravitational field, the fastest way from Point A to Point B is to distort, or warp, or bend the space/time between Points A and B, bringing Points A and B closer together. The more intense the gravitational field, the greater the distortion of space/time and the shorter the distance between Points A and B.
Most of us think of space/time as the void or as nothing and remember, it wasn't that long ago that man considered the air in our atmosphere to be nothing. Yet with time, we've become aware of the components and properties of the air in our atmosphere. Well, indeed, space/time is an entity and one of it's properties is that it can be distorted or bent by a gravitational field. We know that gravity bends or distorts space/time and light by virtue of the fact that we're able to see stars which we know should be blocked from our view by the sun. We've used radio and optical telescopes to map stars and other celestial bodies during the course of our yearly orbit around the sun, so we know where these celestial bodies should be. When the sun is between us and a star, many times we can still see the star as though it were in a different position.
We know that gravity distorts time by virtue of the fact that if we take two devices which measure minute variations in time, and we keep one at sea level and take the other to a high altitude, when we recompare them, they reflect different times. The difference in this passage of time is caused by the fact that a gravitational field weakens the further you get from the source, and of course in this instance, the source of the gravitational field is the earth. So the one device which was taken to the high altitude was exposed to a less powerful gravitational field than the device which we kept at sea level. One device used to make measurements like this is an atomic clock and the most recent atomic clock is supposed not to vary more than 1 second in every 1 million years, that's how precise it is. So the effect of a gravitational field on space/time is something that we've been able to observe but not experiment with. This is due to our inability to generate a gravitational field.
And, up until this point in time, great mass such as a star, planet, or moon was the only source of a discernable gravitational field that we were aware of. So, just as the gravitational field around great mass, such as a planet, distorts space and time, any gravitational field, whether naturally occurring or generated, distorts space and time in a similar manner. This is accomplished by generating an intense gravitational field and using that field to distort space/time, bringing the destination to the source, and allowing you to cross many light years of space in little time and without travelling in a linear mode near the speed of light. Now the great benefit of generating an intense gravitational field is not only can you turn it on, but you can turn it off. We can distort the space/time and in turn the distance between the point where we are and the point where we want to be. We can then position ourselves at the point where we want to be, and then stop generating the gravitational field ... allowing space/time to return to it's natural form. In this manner, we can travel great distances with little linear movement and this is how space/time distortion translates into reduced distance.
Up until this point in time, I've used the term generate to describe the capability of producing a gravitational field, but since I'm not aware of any way of creating a gravitational field from nothing, a more accurate term might be to access and amplify a gravitational field. And this is what I mean when I use the term "generate". To understand how gravity is generated or "accessed and amplified", you must first know what gravity is.
There are currently two main theories about gravity. The "wave" theory which states that gravity is a wave and the other is a theory which includes "gravitons", which are alleged sub-atomic particles which perform as gravity, which by the way, is total nonsense. The fact that gravity is a wave has caused mainstream scientists to surmise numerous sub-atomic particles which don't actually exist and this has caused great complexity and confusion in the study of particle physics. Anyway, gravity is a wave and there are two different types of gravity. Gravity A and gravity B. Gravity A works on a small or micro scale and gravity B works on a larger or macro scale. We're familiar with gravity B, it is the big gravity wave that holds the earth, as well as the rest of the planets in orbit around the sun and holds the moon, as well as man-made satellites, in orbit around the earth. We're not familiar with gravity A. It is the small gravity wave which is the major contributory force that holds together the "mass" that makes up all protons and neutrons.
You must have at least an atom of substance for it to be considered "matter". At least a proton and an electron and in most cases a neutron. Anything short of an atom such as upquarks and downquarks which make up protons and neutrons; or protons, neutrons, or electrons, individually are considered to be mass and do not constitue "matter" until they form an atom. So that's why I said that gravity A holds together the "mass" or the "stuff" that makes up protons and neutrons. Once an atom is formed, the electromagnetic force is also a substantial factor.
Gravity A is what is currently being labelled as the "strong nuclear force" in mainstream physics and gravity A is the wave that you need to "access and amplify" to enable you to cause the space/time distortion required for "practical" interstellar travel. To keep them straight... just remember that gravity A works on the "A"tomic or actually sub-"A"tomic scale and gravity B is the "B"ig gravity wave that works on a stellar or planetary level. However, don't mistake the size of these waves for their strengths, because gravity A is a much stronger force than gravity B. You can momentarily break the gravity B field of the earth by simply jumping in the air. So this is not an intense gravitational field.
Locating gravity A is no problem because it is found in the nucleus of every atom of all matter here on earth and all matter anywhere else in our universe. However, accessing gravity A with the naturally occurring elements found on earth is a big problem. And, in fact, I'm not aware of any way of accessing the gravity A wave using any earth elements, whether naturally occurring or synthesized and here's why ... We've already learned that gravity A is the major force that holds together the mass that makes up protons and neutrons and other sub-atomic particles. This means that gravity A that we are trying to access is virtually inaccessible because it is located within matter, or at least within the matter we have here on earth.
However, the earth is not representative of all matter within our universe. The residual matter which remains after the creation of a solar system is totally dependant on the contributing factors which were present during the creation of the solar system. This is true whether you believe that the origin of the universe was an evolutionary event or that a supreme being caused this event to happen. The two main factors which determine what residual matter remains after the creation of a solar system are the amount of electromagnetic energy and the amount of mass present during the solar system's creation. Our solar system has one star, which is our Sun. But the majority of solar systems in our Milky Way galaxy are binary and multiple star systems which have more than one sun.
In fact, many single star solar systems have stars that are so large that our Sun would appear to be a dwarf by comparison. Keeping all this is mind, it should be obvious that a large, single star system, binary star system, or multiple star system would have had more of the prerequisite mass and electromagnetic energy present during their creations. Scientists have long theorized that there are potential combinations of protons and neutrons which should provide stable elements with atomic numbers being higher than any which appear on our periodic chart, though none of these heavy elements occur naturally on earth. Some elements heavier than uranium do occur on earth in trace amounts, but for the most part, we synthesize these heavier elements in laboratories. Generally speaking, the stability of these synthesized, heavy elements decreases as their atomic number increases. However, experiments at the lab for heavy ion research in Germany have shown that this may only be true up to a certain point as the half life for element 109 is longer than that of element 108. This indicates that they may be at the advent of an island of stability on the periodic chart. The point is that our observations and theories are accurate and the fact is that heavier, stable elements with higher atomic numbers which have more protons, neutrons and electrons than any earth elements do exist.
Up until this point in history, there has been no physical evidence to prove this... now that proof is here and in the custody of the United States government.
The most important attribute of these heavier, stable elements is that the gravity A wave is so abundant that it actually extends past the perimeter of the atom. These heavier, stable elements literally have their own gravity A field around them, in addition to the gravity B field that is native to all matter. No naturally occurring atoms on earth have enough protons and neutrons for the cumulative gravity A wave to extend past the perimeter of the atom so you can access it. Now even though the distance that the gravity A wave extends past the perimeter of the atom is infinitesimal, it is accessible and it has amplitude, wave length and frequency, just like any other wave in the electromagnetic spectrum. Once you can access the gravity A wave, you can amplify it just like we amplify other electromagnetic waves.
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