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Concentric Tori and Free Fall into the Past


Travis Tremlee
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What are the similarities and differences with this time machine in the arxiv link and John Titor's descriptions of his time machine with its Tipler sinusoid?

 

https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.08214

The most remarkable feature emerging from this computation is the presence of future-oriented timelike geodesics starting from a point in the outer Minkowskian region, moving to the inner spacetime region with CTCs, and then returning to the initial spatial position at an earlier time; this means that time travel to the past can be performed by free fall across our time machine.

 

A time machine is an isolation machine due to it being surrounded by an event horizon. Therefore Schrodinger's cat is not in a box but behind an event horizon isolated from the outside world...

 

A Kerr black hole seems to be similar to a torus with its ring singularity...

 

https://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/K/Kerr_black_hole.html

 

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