Oliver Thewalt

    Oliver Thewalt

    Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research | Energy Consulting | Creation of Hydrogen ATOM in the Higgs Field >> Vote for Nobel Prize

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    About the nature of time and time travel

    Think about the nature of time at first!

    Time is related to motion and duration. There is no time as such, time in the concept that we are used to use it is not existent: clocks are not measuring  time per se.


    Time is not a dimension.


    There is no past, presence or future in physics, these are concepts of our brain.

    Time is NOT a vector (or arrow), somehow flowing from past to future, for me it looks as if our brain's ability to remember the past or to plan the future has flawed our perception of time: time is induced by motion and duration, there is no past (there is no past state stored in the universe), present is a result of a (local) measurement, not only by human beings but mainly by particle interaction: the overall uncertainty (Heisenberg) is resulting into a state by a measurement, in the universe, it is always "now".

    There is no measurement or preserved state of the past, the presence is a result of a measurement.

    Time is the highest form of energy expressed by spin, charge and oscillation.

    There is NO preserved state of the past, future is a probability distribution of a sample space, not defined. Given some ceteris paribus assumptions and blending out specific relativistic effects: there is no past at all, the covariance of time in view to motion is related to the photon as a state of space at C. Even within the "Twins paradox", it is save to say that every twin does not experience any time dilation or a different aging process. A relativistic time dilation effect is a result of a comparison of two measurements.

     Wormholes, in case they exist, cannot be configurated to a specific polarization and state of the photon for a given locality, but wormholes refer also to a state of space in view of c or FTL, the same principle. You cannot measure the "past" and attribute a preserved past state, but for a time travel process, you would need to do that.

     There is no time travel at all, except being able to change the state of space itself with all its properties!

     Future is not defined, a stochastic probability distribution of a sample space within the "Boltzmann Brain". Therefore there is no prediction!

     There will be no time travel at all: you cannot measure any past state of the universe.


    Even relativistic time "effects", the covariance of time in view to velocity or the speed of light (or gravity, acceleration) is based on a measurement in an inertial system: only a measurement by an observer is revealing a time dilation, but the particle (or human in the Twins Paradox) is not experiencing any difference (e.g. different aging), except in the "time factors": spin, charge and oscillation and thereby energy level or phase transitions between matter and energy in view to the speed of light as a real world/quantum world threshold.

     I doubt that there is space-time, there is space!

    Quantizing Space-Time 

     When quantizing space-time at Planck Scale, you'll detect that there is no time as such.

     This is why the quantum vacuum does not exist (higher plane, look at Hawking's recent  theory announcement), but is inducing existence - so that you always compare 2 quantum measurements (e.g in Special Relativity). 

     The quantum vacuum is according to this proposal  inducing existence in the real world via Black Hole Lensing (higher plane) by mass.

     Black Hole Lensing and Existence by holographic retrojection