Hyperspace possible?

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by 3l » Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:57 pm

Hi Guys:

I'm the only follower of this stuff at the group.
But to do any good at it ...I had to have a "little background."
Currently I'm graduating with 4 simultainious batchellor's degrees.

The degrees?

Glad you asked.

Philosophy and Religion
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Electrical Engineering

I think you better go back to hyperdrive that I learned about in a Philip K Dick novel. (Rein of Pussy Foot, Blade Runner ect).
Take your shirt ..
mark a point on one side then run to a point across from it seperated by a distance.
Fold the shirt until the first point meets the second and you have warp drive.
It does not move faster than the speed of light.
The traveler moves at a turtle's pace from one point to the other.
It works by changing the geometry of the space time continium of the cloth in the shirt. It forms a shorter path by building a bubble that encloses the whole of the path while point a and point b are beside each other.

Got it!
GOOD!


Damned all the BA paper pucky and still can't count!.
LOL!

Happy Fusoring!
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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by Paul_Schatzkin » Tue Jan 24, 2006 5:20 pm

Larry Leins writes:

>>>>Currently I'm graduating with 4 simultainious batchellor's degrees.

The degrees?

Glad you asked.

Philosophy and Religion
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Electrical Engineering<<<<


Uh, Larry, you might want to take a remedial class in that Mathematics program. That looks like FIVE programs to me, not FOUR.

BTW, I'm following all this "hyperspace" stuff, and particularly Burkhard Heim, too, but within the context of my ongoing research in to TT Brown. You might be interested to know that Brown and Heim were acquainted. My sources tell me that Heim rather admired Brown, and emulated some of his methods for.... obfuscation and disinformation.

I'll just leave you with that little tid-bit for now...<g>

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by 3l » Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:32 pm

Hi Professor:

Pride goeth before the fall.
My last comment on my post was too much stuff in the attic and still can't count.

Happy Fusoring!
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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by 3l » Sat Jan 28, 2006 3:47 pm

Hi Folks:

A useful book in this quest is:
A Briefer history of Time by Stephen Hawking
ISBN-10 0-55380436-7

It covers relativity,curved space,Quantum gravity.

Exerpt:

A consistant theory of how gravity affects light did not come along until Einstein proposed general relativity in 1915, and the probelem of understanding what would happen to a massive star under general relativity was first solved by a young American,Robert Oppenheimer,in 1939.

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by djolds1 » Tue Feb 14, 2006 12:36 am

Archive of Heim documents, among others:

http://www.hpcc-space.de/publications/documents/

If it says AIAA, its in regards to Heim Theory.

Good news, if true.

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by Zixinus » Sun Jun 24, 2007 6:04 pm

I'd rather go with a warp drive. There are papers for them too.

I don't think that something like the light-speed barrier can be so easily broken by a couple of spinning, magnetic rings.

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by djolds1 » Mon Jun 25, 2007 4:13 am

Zixinus wrote:
> I'd rather go with a warp drive. There are papers for them too.
>
> I don't think that something like the light-speed barrier can be
> so easily broken by a couple of spinning, magnetic rings.

Technically, light speed isn't violated by Heim. The speed of light
is redefined up in integer units (2, 3, 4...) Whatever percentage of
'c' you were travelling is preserved when the hyperdrive is turned
on (7% of 2*c = 14% 'normal' c). Assuming its correct.

Document archive for those interested:

http://www.hpcc-space.de/publications/documents/

The latest paper was presented at the Institut fur Grenzgebiete
der Wissenschaft in Austria, which I am told has a VERY good
reputation. Currently proposed validation experiments are simple,
so we should have results one way or the other within 1-3 years.

Even if only the "conventional" spacedrive works, the effects
would be... impressive.

Duane

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by SteveZ » Thu Jun 28, 2007 4:45 pm

It might not be ant stranger than blowing up a city by smacking two bits of a heavy metal together real fast (an atomic bomb)

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by denergyguy » Thu Jun 28, 2007 5:22 pm

As has been already said in this thread, The theory could be readily tested with technology that currently exists. I for one welcome our magnetic spinning, hyperspace jumping overlords.

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Re: Hyperspace possible?

Post by Zixinus » Fri Jun 29, 2007 2:58 am

"It might not be ant stranger than blowing up a city by smacking two bits of a heavy metal together real fast (an atomic bomb)".

I do not recall any city blown up while fiddling with heavy metals, so I think I'm safe.

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