Revisiting: NASA’s Wormhole Warp through curved space, back and forth through time – all nonexistent possibilities
NASA researchers have actually been testing actual faster-than-light warp drive practicality. By re-imagining of an Alcubierre Drive, it may eventually result in an engine that can transport a spacecraft to the nearest star in a matter of weeks — and all without violating Einstein’s law of relativity.
Star Trek’s warp drive may not be restricted to the world of science fiction after all. A few months ago, physicist Harold White shocked the aeronautics world when he announced that he and his team at NASA had begun work on the development of a warp drive. His proposed design, an ingenious re-imagining of an Alcubierre Drive, may eventually result in an engine that can transport a spacecraft to the nearest star in a matter of weeks. Read more: http://www.33rdsquare.com/2013/06/is-warp-drive-possible.html#ixzz2u5lfkQG2
Non-programmed re-assessment of basic science fundamentals
The Natural laws of space-time-mass-matter-energy-gravity are not absolute, but relative. That is, the size and shape of the curve of one law is dependent upon the value and position of the others – and /or – the value of one can be altered between any two reference points by altering the value or relationship of the other. In this example, we note time and energy’s relationship variance follows the same curve of natural law which is apparent in the operation of all the basic factors of nature, and again the radius of that curvature is measured by the quantity C.
The natural laws do not follow a straight line reaching to infinity, but a curve of finite radii. In a timeless universe, this curve, in any given plane, would be represented by a circle, but since the laws operate through time as well as space, the curve may be more readily understood if depicted as a “sine curve” or “wave”. The “base” line of the wave (which is the center line of the curve) represents zero, and the portions above and below the line represent the positive and negative aspects of the law. Thus we see that there are points and conditions in which the natural laws reach zero value with respect to a given reference point, and that beyond these points the laws become negative, reversing their effect with respect to the observer.
The “limitations of relativity” will always precede us at a distance equal to the radius of curvature of natural law. We need not fear that we will ever overtake or be hampered in any way by those limitations, since our ‘reference point’ (of a true coordinate system) will always go along with us. The value of the natural laws (gravitational field included) at any given point is controlled by the values of the other factors of nature at that point.