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Free-Floating Planets may move Between Dimensions


Recently, astronomers looking for planets have developed a better method


than just looking for them through a space telescope. Since planets


outside our solar system do not give off enough light to be seen from our


neighborhood, Perturbation Theory has been developed to reveal their


wherabouts. Here's how it works.


We can see extremely distant stars and star clusters. While training our


telescope on a star, we can precisely measure the 'wobble' of that star as


a planet orbits. That wobble has some properties that have been used to


discover hundreds of planets that were never known to exist before now.


The speed of the wobble and the amplitude—how far the star is pulled one


way or the other—are very good indicators of the size of the planet. Some


planets orbit nicely around the observed star or star cluster. Some do


not. Some don't orbit at all, but are detected as 'Free Floating'


planets. This means they just float through space without an orbit.


These planets are far more dangerous than comets or asteroids. Depending


on how long they have been thrown away from their 'sun' they may be a


solid frozen ball of methane ice, or they may be a revolving planet much


like Earth containing water and lifeforms. In any case, if the planet


does not get a strong dose of excess radiation or collide with something,


there is a fair chance the lifeforms are preserved in some form on the




Some of these planets may travel rather slowly, but some may have


been launched by a super-nova, accelerated by slingshot effects of


near-passes with larger planets, and even encounters with super-massive


spinning black holes. All bodies moving through space—and who's to say


any body is fixed in space—warp the spacetime fabric. These


spacetime bends are the pathway photons and radio waves travel as they


effuse through the universe. The light from distant stars may look


straight from our perspective, but it likely has been twisted, stretched,


and bent through countless gravitational fields between the origin and the


destination; the eyepiece of our telescope.


Gravity is by far the weakest of all forces in the universe, so weak in


fact that we just about leave it out of Einstein's equations


altogether. When it is included in the equations, we often get answers


like 'infinite,' which isn't very meaningful to we mathematicians. But


there is one type of gravitational body that is theorized to pack enough


punch to be interesting; to really have an effect on the universe and


cosmology. The massive spinning black hole is unique among models. Small


black holes, ranging from 2 to perhaps 100 times the mass of our sun, are


supposed to be spherical, smooth, and spinning as fast as possible. But


black holes 10 million times the mass of our sun may display quite a


different behavior.


Black holes are termed such, because the body's gravity is so powerful


that light cannot escape outside a mathematical barrier called an Event


Horizon. Outside that 'point of no return' there may only be stray x-rays


and immensely powerful gravitational waves rippling out into space like a


giant stone dropped into a smooth pond. Inside the Event Horizon is


maximum chaos. In fact, solid mathematics says the chaos inside the


Horizon increases exponentially more than the actual increase in size each


time it swallows another planet, or star or moon. In other words, the


surface area of the Horizon may increase by 1.15 times with a new


collision, while the chaos inside the Horizon increases 1.6 times.


Conserving momentum, a black hole this size might revolve on its axis 50


times each second.


The resulting centrifugal forces are not enough to overcome the Horizon,


but they are theorized by Einstein-Rosen, and by Roy Kerr, to be enough to


change the shape of a black hole that large. The Agnew Theory of


Transdimensional Travel states that, 'Massive spinning black holes form


mass-free voids, inducing transdimensional portals in space and time.'


This theory solves the paradox of wormhole support by exotic materials


from the interior, by supporting the wormhole from the exterior. Such a


wormhole would be extremely powerful, quiet, and stable over tens of


millions of years.


The speed of light is constant in each time field. But it is


statistically impossible to have two identical time fields. In other


words, where there are two time fields, one will always be faster than the


other. One second on Earth is different than one second on the Moon,


Mars, or deep in the throat of a wormhole.


The traveler moving through a wormhole, pulled between dimensions like two


tornadoes joining at the small end, would age normally without the effects


of tidal gravity—the Moon stretches and squeezes the Earth—while


moving through such a portal. But the universe outside the wormhole would


age billions of years in a few months compared to the traveler.


A spacecraft or a planet would be able to safely travel from one distant


point in the universe to another, or from universe to universe, in this


manner. Moving between dimensions appears to require some harmonic


matching to successfully negotiate without annihilation. In other words,


when two sound waves come together that are in harmony they strengthen one


another. This is called constructive interference. When they are out of


phase, or not equally divisible—exactly like music—they will destroy each


other like a sour cord. Only matter or consciousness that vibrates at a


suitable frequency can exist in that dimension. Inside each


dimension there are multiple universes, each with its own unique


qualities. Matter can decay and move lower in vibration through an


irrefutable law of entropy. In order for matter to move higher in order,


or decrease entropy, intelligent input must be applied. No observation of


matter or energy decreasing in entropy in nature has been observed, except


for the surface area of a black hole compared to the decrease in order


inside the Horizon. And, really that has not even been observed except in


mathematical models.


What does this mean? It means that there is way to move vast distances


across space and time and dimensions. Have we tried it? Not yet, but we


can see the effects seeping through into our universe. Soon, we will be


testing dimensional engines. If those tests are successful—Sandia Labs—we


should be able to travel to Mars in less than 3 hours.


'The hypothetical device, which has been outlined in principle but is


based on a controversial theory about the fabric of the universe, could


potentially allow a spacecraft to travel to Mars in three hours and


journey to a star 11 light years away in just 80 days, according to a


report in today's New Scientist magazine.


The theoretical engine works by creating an intense magnetic field that,


according to ideas first developed by the late scientist Burkhard Heim in


the 1950s, would produce a gravitational field and result in thrust for a




Also, if a large enough magnetic field was created, the craft would slip


into a different dimension, where the speed of light is faster, allowing


incredible speeds to be reached. Switching off the magnetic field would


result in the engine reappearing in our current dimension.


The US air force has expressed an interest in the idea and scientists


working for the American Department of Energy - which has a device known


as the Z Machine that could generate the kind of magnetic fields required


to drive the engine - say they may carry out a test if the theory


withstands further scrutiny.'[1]


The artificial induction of transdimensional gravitational fields will


require great amounts of energy, but engineers have been able to


successfully reverse engineer UFO technology to accomplish this already.


The movement of planets intact requires a window exactly like the one


proposed by the Agnew Theory of Transdimenional Travel. The paradox is


that if time travel has ever been mastered, even in the future, haven't


those travellers already been here and fixed the mistakes we are about to




[1] Ian Johnson, Science Correspondent for Scotsman Magazine. Jan, 2006



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