Thursday, 17 May 2012

Time travel an introduction Part 1

Hope you liked the last post on Parallel Realities and just to get you more into the swing of things here is another offering from Chris Schweitzer all about time travel. Do Aliens and UFOs use Time Travel to slip into and out of our Universe ?It very well could be a possibility,read his first post and consider what you have already been told about parallel universes and then maybe you might have some ideas about UFO incursions here on mother Earth.

Time Travel an Introduction Part 1.
By Chris Schweitzer a Quantum Physics Researcher.


Time Travel Part-1, Introduction

posted Apr 06, 2012 by ChrisSchweitzer
What does time travel have to do with UFOs and extraterrestrial visitation? Well, if we assume that extraterrestrials come to our planet from another solar system it would take a very long time for them to get here. The key word here is "time". The skeptics will often argue, "The extraterrestrials have to travel many light years to get here, that would take years and years to traverse such a long distance, even if they traveled at the speed of light". Well, that seems like a good argument that the skeptics should win but, the skeptics will lose this argument.
The speed of light in vacuum, usually denoted by c, is a universal physical constant is 186,000 miles per second, (300,000 kilometers per second). Additionally, it would take an infinite amount of energy to accelerate an object with mass to the speed of light.
Let's look at this example. The binary star system Alpha Centauri A and B are our nearest sun-like neighbors (a third, smaller star in the Centauri system, the red dwarf Proxima Centauri, is a bit closer to the Earth), but it's still a long way from here, four light years to be exact. To date no planets, have been found in the Alpha Centauri system but if there were a habitable planet there with an advanced civilization that has the technology to travel close to the speed of light it would take them just over four years, (of our time) to reach Earth.
The skeptic will say, "We could watch/observe; through a telescope as an space ship from Alpha Centauri blasted-off and it would take just over four years to get here and land on the White House lawn". But, the skeptic is wrong.
If we were looking through a telescope at a space ship from Alpha Centauri blasting-off, what we are actually seeing is it blasting-off four years ago. It took those four years for the light to travel from Alpha Centauri to the lens of the telescope. This means that while you are watching the space ship blasting-off, it is about to land right here on Earth.
Yes, it is true, it would take four years for the alien ship from Alpha Centauri to reach Earth, by our passage of time but, for the occupants of the space ship it will have taken just a few moments of their passage of time. This is where the concept that, "time is relative to the observer" comes from. For the occupants of the space ship, time is moving very, very slowly. Why? Because they are traveling at close to the speed of light. The occupants of the space ship from Alpha Centauri traveled four years to our future, they time traveled.
The fact is that the faster you travel the slower time passes. This is called the kinematic effect, the result of motion. The kinematic effect is one of the two forces that can control the passage of time. The second force that can control the passage of time is the force of gravity. We will talk about the force of gravity and how it controls the passage of time in Part–2.
The kinematic effect is seen with the satellites used in the Global Positioning System. The clocks on GPS satellites are traveling at approximately 8,424 mph, (14,000 km/hour) so they must be calibrated to compensate for the kinematic effect in order to be accurate. If the satellite's clocks were not calibrated to compensate for the kinematic effect GPS would not work properly.|maing8|dl4|sec3_lnk1%26pLid%3D152622