non-time environment, the occupant on board the said Spacecraft will not experience the effect of gravity, or a period of time duration different from those they left on their home world. Unlike Einsteinian physics which perceives a month in space being equivalent to fifty years on earth, here the traveller would experience no time at all, as the capsule he inhabits would be tricked in to thinking he is falling in a weightless environment. And so, to ensure the traveller remains free from other problems which can be equally as hostile as too much gravity, we need to put a slight amount of time back into the equation. Will come to that in a minute.
To understand how this theory works, we have to use an Einsteinian thought experiment and showa much more visual model. Einstein predicted, that if a clock raced towards us through space at the velocity of light, we would see time shrink. Which is absolutely right.
However, if we were to use the postulate I constructed and change the point where light first breaks and allow it two run directions simultaneously, so they operate as Newton's third law: (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction) we can demonstrate the removal of time completely.
Therefore, we wouldn't say as Einstein did, that if a clock raced through space at the velocity, time would shrink, we'd say: if a clock raced through space at the velocity of light, the hands of the clock would turn equally and proportionately backwards to the clock's forward motion. Thus time would always stand still.
If the clock began its journey at say three o'clock, the clock would always read three o'clock. It's a bit like you standing in a room and taking one step forwards; if you then took one step backwards you'd never get anywhere.
This led me to believe a propulsion system could be developed to drive a vessel across the universe at any defined speed, and we could use the universe itself as an engine to drive the spacecraft. And you won't find a bigger, more powerful engine than our mighty universe. We don't need rocket ships ten miles high, or a nuclear reactor the size of the Empire State Building. Just a little lateral thought, a few good ideas, and the belief in our own ability to make the impossible, possible.
It's about confidence, something which seems lacking in the field of modern theoretical physics, and academia.
What I decided to do was apply the theoretical observation I made on the rewrite of Special Relativity; that theory where I chose a different place to make light originate.
As previously mentioned, if we move light two directions at once, we can remove time, and with no time, there is no mass. It was this analogy I applied to constructing a hypothetical spacecraft.
To take physics to its next logical stage and achieve this, the craft would be built in three separate stages: an outer shell, an inner shell and a capsule which would sit central to the other two bodies as a free moving object, or within a weightless environment. Here's how the theory works.
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