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Like I said in the title, you won't believe me. I don't know all that much about John Titor, nor do I really care about some guy who wanted a computer from 1975 to debug a computer in 2038. Which, I don't understand why he needed to travel back in time to get it... Whatever though, if that's what needed to happen then that's what needed to happen.

 

What you won't believe... is... traveling back in time really is possible. No, I am not from the future. I am the same old me, born in 1999 and have lived through everyday since.

 

I know how to travel back in time... On a one way trip... And actually, with a few mods, on a one way trip to the future. You can thank Roy Kerr, the physicist, for laying the groundwork when he found the exact solutions to Einsteins equations of general relativity that produced a rotating black hole: A Kerr black hole.

 

However, the only person who knows precisely how to build the device that can send a person back in time on a one way trip, is me. To try and give some validity to my claim, I did speak to a Quantum physicist, to great length and in great detail, and she could not find anything in my device or in the physics I utilize that make it impossible.

 

Ask me whatever you like. I don't want to be the next John Titor, nor do I want to really build my device. I just.... I have to share this with the world.... even if I don't spill all the beans. People need to know it is possible, and that an 18 year old figured it out.

 

 

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Like I said in the title, you won't believe me. I don't know all that much about John Titor, nor do I really care about some guy who wanted a computer from 1975 to debug a computer in 2038. Which, I don't understand why he needed to travel back in time to get it... Whatever though, if that's what needed to happen then that's what needed to happen.

What you won't believe... is... traveling back in time really is possible. No, I am not from the future. I am the same old me, born in 1999 and have lived through everyday since.

 

I know how to travel back in time... On a one way trip... And actually, with a few mods, on a one way trip to the future. You can thank Roy Kerr, the physicist, for laying the groundwork when he found the exact solutions to Einsteins equations of general relativity that produced a rotating black hole: A Kerr black hole.

 

However, the only person who knows precisely how to build the device that can send a person back in time on a one way trip, is me. To try and give some validity to my claim, I did speak to a Quantum physicist, to great length and in great detail, and she could not find anything in my device or in the physics I utilize that make it impossible.

 

Ask me whatever you like. I don't want to be the next John Titor, nor do I want to really build my device. I just.... I have to share this with the world.... even if I don't spill all the beans. People need to know it is possible, and that an 18 year old figured it out.

May I ask roughly, what method of time travel are you utilizing?

 

 

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The theories that the real Albert Einstein worked on? The theories that Physicists have spent their lives working on?

All fiction. Fairy dust and Leprechauns. Even Stephen Hawking doesn't believe Black Holes aren't real. And he spent his entire life on creating lots of theoretical fiction on Black Holes. And the only wormholes you'll ever find are the real ones made by worms.

 

 

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In layman's terms, and to simplify it as best I can, a wormhole

Forgive me for being a worried hen, but have you found food and shelter? Has your health been okay? What is most important, is can you get back to where you belong? ...Just checking if you're alright?

 

Even if you're a fake traveler, we still have a protocols some of us follow, regardless. When you've first experience time travel for the first time, the reaction usually is, "Oh sh*t',... this is real".

 

You don't have to give exact stats, but this asking is required by experienced time travelers and time traveler aficionados. Forgive me for prying.

 

 

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Forgive me for being a worried hen, but have you found food and shelter? Has your health been okay? What is most important, is can you get back to where you belong? ...Just checking if you're alright?

Even if you're a fake traveler, we still have a protocols some of us follow, regardless. When you've first experience time travel for the first time, the reaction usually is, "Oh sh*t',... this is real".

 

You don't have to give exact stats, but this asking is required by experienced time travelers and time traveler aficionados. Forgive me for prying.

Creedo... if you reread the initial post you'll find I am not from the future... I have not traveled back in time whatsoever... I just figured out HOW to travel back in time

 

 

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I know this is going to sound cliche, or like I'm being an arrogant prick, but traveling back in time is actually... pretty damn simple

Sorry I had misinterpreted what you were trying to say.This thread if you've done it, should be under (Time Travel Claims). Members like myself who have had actually experienced for a network for those who may have traveled. Okay.

 

There are complications to traveling both forwards and back in time. This changes a person.

 

 

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Alright Creedo, I'll start a new thread in that section tonight.

 

However, yes black holes are real. It isn't up for debate, nor is their existence dependent on their distance to us. (Which btw, the closest black holes lies 7,800 light years from Earth) It isn't a technicality, it isn't a simple fact, it just is. Black holes exist.

 

 

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Alright Creedo, I'll start a new thread in that section tonight.

However, yes black holes are real. It isn't up for debate, nor is their existence dependent on their distance to us. (Which btw, the closest black holes lies 7,800 light years from Earth) It isn't a technicality, it isn't a simple fact, it just is. Black holes exist.

Bullshit.

 

 

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What you won't believe... is... traveling back in time really is possible. No, I am not from the future. I am the same old me, born in 1999 and have lived through everyday since.

Many people believe that backwards time travel is possible.

 

know how to travel back in time... On a one way trip... And actually, with a few mods, on a one way trip to the future. You can thank Roy Kerr, the physicist, for laying the groundwork when he found the exact solutions to Einsteins equations of general relativity that produced a rotating black hole: A Kerr black hole.

Could you please explain the science to us and how you found out that it worked?

 

 

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Alright Creedo, I'll start a new thread in that section tonight.

However, yes black holes are real. It isn't up for debate, nor is their existence dependent on their distance to us. (Which btw, the closest black holes lies 7,800 light years from Earth) It isn't a technicality, it isn't a simple fact, it just is. Black holes exist.

No I wish to reiterate, technically, to us humans they are not real, as this out senses beyond what we're biologically able to sense. Hence, they do not exist. However but as by a mechanical modulator, that can graphically sense the presence of one, then yeas they do exist.

 

I understand that they do exist, but as by a sensor that is capable of visualizing. In other words, they're not in a humans space time quadrant for perception, but allegorically do exist.

 

 

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Einstein doesn't believe in the existence of black holes. Although some of us disagree with him, he feels that the photos we have of black holes are false. (Sorry for intervening, Einstein. hehe). Don't take it personally. It's just his stance on the topic.

Actually he did, Paula.This was out of a visit by past physicist Robert Oppenheimer's visit to Einstein's study at Princeton University, with his then fledgling paper, title, (Holes).This I believe was Oppie's suspicion that there were gravimetric densities in the field of space time as held within panned field astronomical photographic plates of the then known by astronomy of this universe.

 

Oppy was an especially bright, intuitive student of how the universe in some ways physically could be put together.Oppy also knew that Einstein was especially well self skilled in how gravity lines as fields of known strength in magnetism would shape out universe, so that afternoon wanted to spend time with Einstein.

 

Paper Black Holes | StarDate Online The Curious Wavefunction: Oppenheimer's folly: On black holes, fundamental laws and pure and applied science

 

I think that Einstein had the wherewithal, to understand what Oppy was trying to explain to him, but the tools of illustration, as we have at our disposal, were not in the purview at that time. Now, with a graphically based CAD CAM display system, a person can very accurately illustrate just how a black hole sits in space, it's actions, functions and even interspatial exchange dynamics to supposed other realms.

 

Oppy and Einstein in this situation, were so damned far ahead of not only themselves in this area of scientific prose, but way ahead of everyone else, that it wasn't funny. This area of investigation started the encouragement to go into the area of particle physics, because within their relative domain sets of functions, of operations, black holes to a great measure, tear matter down.

 

So Oppy and Albert Einstein to a very great extent, then, were true lost in the scientific wilderness pioneers. Thank you Paula.

 

 

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I won't, thank you Paula.

 

In relativity, when you travel faster through space, time slows down. At the speed of light, as far as we know, time stops completely. When you travel faster than the speed of light, time runs backwards.

 

So, to travel back in time, you need to travel faster than the speed of light. That's if you want to figure out how to create infinite energy.

 

The way most physicists today agree that you can travel back in time is to create time-like curves because its exponentially easier to make those, than to create infinite amounts of energy. To do that you have to somehow isolate time as a dimension, and force it to curve back on itself.

 

The analogy to doing this is to think of a piece of string and then taking two point on that string and making a loop in it.

 

We know that there is an object in nature that isolates time, to a good extent. (Einstein, this is going to be the point where you'll want to stop reading.) The event horizon of any black hole, by its very nature, flips space-time and turns it into time-space because, once you cross the event horizon of a black hole, you are traveling faster than the speed of light. Now that's great and all, because now you are going to travel through time more than space. However, since time is still going to move forward, because you haven't created time-like curves, you are kinda screwed.

 

Once you're inside the even horizon, think of time like the 3-dimensional imagery NASA uses to give you a good idea of how gravity works in relation to space. Now what you have to do, is drag time into a loop to create that time-like curve, and since gravity is the only thing that transcends time and space (Thank you Interstellar), you have to use the black hole in some way to form the time-like curve.

 

That's where Roy Kerr comes in. While he wasn't looking for a way to travel back in time, he did discover the rotating black hole. Wherein the singularity becomes a ring due to centrifugal forces.

 

So, completely by accident, Roy Kerr discovered how to create time-like curves before anyone had even thought of them.

 

The answer has been public knowledge, lost in pieces around the internet. I'm simply the guy who put the puzzle together.

 

 

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For anyone that does believe Black Holes exist, I challenge you to find the proof. Surely it must be out there. And of course the guy that verified the existence of Black Holes would be famous. What was his name?

 

I just want to remind everyone that real science is not based in belief. There has to be real facts. And theories are not facts.

 

 

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For anyone that does believe Black Holes exist, I challenge you to find the proof. Surely it must be out there. And of course the guy that verified the existence of Black Holes would be famous. What was his name?

I just want to remind everyone that real science is not based in belief. There has to be real facts. And theories are not facts.

Karl Jansky. Look him up.

 

 

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