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"...One has to use technical terms, like closed time like curves, which are code for time travel." - S.Hawkings

We have come to a point in time, where seemingly technology is allowing the people of the world to expand our understanding of reality, and re-create our reality as we see it fit. The technology we create, evolves as we continue to develop it, and as it evolves it also evolves humanity and our capacity to interact with our physical and virtual environment, and they grow increasingly melded through technologies like VR and Augmented Reality. At one point, to communicate over vast distances ... one would have to yell, use instruments like bells, smoke signals, and birds. We have phones now... the Internet & Satellite communication. We can speak with someone or transmit data, to the other side of the planet instantly using devices most people carry on them all the time, augmenting us. To society, in 2018 this is normal... Before the 1970s, there were only landlines. Before the mid-90s, the public did not really have access to the internet. In 2018, most elevators people know of, generally move in 2 directions up and down. However, there are even newer elevators that move in 3 dimensions, up/down as well as left/right, and even forward/backward inside of newer buildings being constructed around the world. What if there were elevators that could push, or pull a chamber full of matter through a fourth dimension; Time-Space? Might something like the Teleporter Room of Star Trek be physically possible to construct and could it be used to send people, objects, or information across a boundary we currently think, uncross-able? It was once impossible to instantly communicate across vast distances, and now it is not. Will our evolving understanding and development of technology one day, change this for matter, making the current uncross-able distance, crossable, as it done has for communication? I argue that it will, already has and that the public needs to be informed about this issue and prepared accordingly, so that we can establish effective time-space exploration protocols going forward into the future, or past - starting with an open debate on the subject in 2018 based upon existing evidence, speculation, and conspiracy theory..


Einstein (1879 - 1955) Einstein-Rosin Bridge In 1935, Einstein and physicist Nathan Rosen used the theory of general relativity to elaborate on the idea, proposing the existence of "bridges" through space-time. These bridges connect two different points in space-time, theoretically creating a short-cut that could reduce travel time and distance. Hawking (1942 - 2018) "No government agency could afford to be seen to be spending public money, on anything as way out as time travel. Instead, one has to use technical terms, like closed time like curves, which are code for time travel. " - Space and Time Warps, Stephen Hawking Nikola Tesla (1856 - 1943) It is reported that Tesla once stated "I could see the past, present and future all at the same time." When Tesla died, it is also said that the government confiscated his research, which may have included paperwork, or even a working time machine of some sorts. John G. Trump Wikipedia During World War II, Trump switched from work on hospital X-ray machines to research into similar technologies with a more direct application to warfare, especially the development of radar. During 1940, he joined the newly formed National Defense Research Committee (NDRC), as technical aide to Karl Compton, President of MIT and the Chairman of the Radar Division. During 1942, Trump became Secretary of the Microwave Committee, a sub-committee of the NDRC. The director of the Microwave Committee was Alfred Lee Loomis, the millionaire physicist, who decided to create a laboratory. He selected a site for it, chose a suitably discreet and ambiguous name for it and funded the construction, until the Federal administration was established. The new institution was the MIT Radiation Laboratory, or the "Rad Lab". The British were also researching radar, which they termed Radio Direction Finder (RDF), and had started much earlier. Their Tizard Mission to the US showed how much more sophisticated they were with some of the technologies, particularly the magnetron. The US decided to send a team to Britain to help coordinate the efforts of the two Allies. The unit was known as the "British Branch of the Radiation Laboratory" (BBRL) and operated as a department of Britain's Telecommunications Rese