Galactic Travel at Warp Speed In Imaginary Time

by Charles E. Anzalone
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Publisher: Xlibris US

Publication Date: June 29, 2015

ISBN: 9781469123233

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Galactic Travel at Warp Speed in Imaginary Time

      When all the technical articles from magazines, newspapers, and published books are correlated, it becomes very apparent that mankind is on the verge of discovering a new frontier—a frontier called imaginary time. This isn’t a dreamworld but rather, a place in the space-time continuum where spacecraft can travel at warp speeds throughout the galaxy. This book is not a science fiction book. Unlike other scientific approaches that are formal, conservative, and trite, this book delves into equations and techniques that suggest a different method of galactic travel other than power-driven machines. This book points the way toward governmental research that will be more productive than the rocket approach of today. The link that makes warp speeds feasible is the association with neutrinos and their speed relative to the speed of light. Present day understanding of the neutrino is very limited. Scientists can create them and send them to a location, but neutrinos created by our sun and other stars in the galaxy are different. They have a property that can be used to propel a spacecraft!

      Illustrations detail the construction of a time shifter and the final version of a spacecraft. Construction of the time shifter is necessary to obtain the critical electromagnetic properties that will be used in the spacecraft. To achieve speeds greater than the speed of light, a new understanding of Einstein’s law or E = mc² has to be made. Einstein’s laws on relativity still apply, but a new frontier with a better understanding of "time" is necessary. The major form of time that mankind knows today is the alarm clock going off in the morning. This book will discuss three other forms of time; namely, imaginary time, galactic sector time, and a Biblical time line from which critical information about our past is derived.

      In the latter chapters, several hypotheses are proposed along with ...