Time

### Time 24 links:

…………… http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/t/time.htm
…………… http://amasci.com/freenrg/pyrexp1.html
…………… Imaginary Time Machine http://spots.ca/~belfroy/Space-TimeInfo/imaginaryTimeMachine.html
…………… About Anti-Time http://www.keelynet.com/time/antitime.htm
…………… Dimensional Shifts http://www.keelynet.com/energy/dimshift.htm
…………… Time machine technology http://www.zamandayolculuk.com/cetinbal/ZAMANYOLDIKKATINE2.HTM
…………… Time Shift Detector http://www.ctglabs.com/tsd1.htm
…………… Time experiences http://www.laesieworks.com/thoughts/Time.html
…………… Time Travellers challenge http://www.keelynet.com/time/vector.htm
…………… Elemental resonance worldwide in phase http://keelynet.com/interact/archive/00000622.htm
…………… Warping young minds http://www.keelynet.com/interact/Arc_1_99-4_99/00000516.htm
…………… Question on time distortion http://www.keelynet.com/interact/arc_1_99-4_99/00000529.htm
…………… Time Travel again http://www.keelynet.com/interact/Arc_1_99-4_99/00000249.htm
…………… Time Travel Anecdote http://www.keelynet.com/time/emantime.htm
…………… Properties of Time, by Kozyrev http://rexresearch.com/articles/kozyrev.htm
…………… Nikolai KOZYREV http://rexresearch.com/kozyrev2/kozyrev2.htm
…………… Possible Time Radio http://spots.ca/~belfroy/Space-TimeInfo/timeRadio.html
…………… Six Dimensional Mathematics http://www.spots.ca/~belfroy/Space-TimeInfo/6DMathematics.html
…………… Time dilation http://www.keelynet.com/time/tdilation.htm
…………… Time Shifting Detector, by JNaudin http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/tsd.htm
…………… Time Travel and the Caduceus Coil http://www.keelynet.com/time/cadsmith.htm
…………… WAVE AND TIME DILATION http://www3.sympatico.ca/slavek.krepelka/ttf2/wave1.htm
…………… Topological Arrow of Time http://www22.pair.com/csdc/car/carfre32.htm
…………… TIME TRAVEL CONSIDERATIONS http://www.astrosciences.info/Timetravel.htm

### Teleportation 2 links:

…………… Teleportation For Space-time Travel Theory http://spots.ca/~belfroy/LightPhysics/teleport.html
…………… zpe/vortex subject http://www.keelynet.com/interact/Arc_7_98-12_98/00000778.htm

## Envision This: Mathematicians Design Invisible Tunnel, May 12, 2007, http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?chanID=sa003&articleID=59179C8E-E7F2-99DF-33E813EF3298BF71

Electromagnetic “wormhole” results from turning invisible sphere inside out , By JR Minkel

Call it Harry Potter’s invisible sleeve. New calculations show how to make an electromagnetic “wormhole”-a tube that is invisible from the sides, allowing light to shine down the center unseen [see endnote].

The concept is a twist on a spherical cloak of invisibility proposed last year. Such a device would be made of metamaterial, a thicket of metal rings or other shapes that bends light in funny ways. A hollow shell of metamaterial could in principle channel a single frequency of light around its inner space without slowing the light down, rendering that hidey-hole invisible to the outside world at that frequency.


THE LIGHT at the end of the invisible tunnel. Researchers have cooked up blueprints for a “wormhole” that allows light to travel unseen from one point to another.

But the invisibility cuts both ways. If light does not enter, then whatever is in the cloak cannot see outside, says mathematician Allan Greenleaf of the University of Rochester.

So Greenleaf turned the cloak inside out. In work submitted to a major physics journal http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0703059 , he and colleagues report that the light-warping trick works for an open tube with flared ends. Viewed straight on, light zipping down the cylinder would be plainly visible. But from the side, the light would appear to come out of nowhere, as though sent on a detour to another dimension and back.

The idea is the same as that of a wormhole linking two distant points in spacetime, hence the nickname. “We’re tricking the electromagnetic waves … into thinking that, actually, space has been changed,” Greenleaf says.

“It’s a very nice twist” on the spherical cloak, says physicist John Pendry of Imperial College London, one of the physicists who first worked out the idea. “We can invent a secret connection between two parts of space, and that is interesting.”

Building an invisible tunnel should be as hard-or easy, depending on your level of optimism-as making a spherical cloak, Greenleaf says. A Duke University team demonstrated an imperfect cloak last year that warps microwaves around a disk of concentric copper rings. But researchers are still struggling to build metamaterials that bend visible light.

Greenleaf’s group speculates that wormholes could be used to pass metal objects into an MRI scanner or, by making a prickly sphere of them, create a 3-D video display. Of course, by the time invisibility becomes easy to achieve, modern technology will probably be a bit out of date.
Note: Parts of this article have been modified for clarity.