Therefore, frustrated at its inability to return mass to the Spacecraft or any alien spaceships, the universal action should naturally become precipitous. The natural acceleration will continue until the craft moves at any speed we wish. And the more energy we apply, the quicker the Spacecraft will get to where it's going.
The energy supply could be something as simple, and as insignificant as a battery from a transistor. And although something as simple as a battery could initiate a sequence of events to move a propellant object from one side of the universe to the other, once precipitation and natural momentum enter the equation, it should be remembered, a more sustainable power source would be included, possibly a nuclear reactor.
Yet while doing this, our space travellers inside the capsule will encounter forces just as finite as excessive gravity.
In a sustained weightless environment our spacemen will experience bone erosion, cardiovascular problems and death. And so we need to reintroduce time (mass) for them, so the craft retains a parity with the planet's gravitational field they left behind.
To do this, I believe a slight, thermoelectric magnetic field would be introduced between the two original bodies of the vessel, in between the outer , and secondary shell. Imagine the car back on the roller bed, only this time some daft sod's left the handbrake on.
That small thermoelectrical field will generate enough energy to return a level of mass, and ensure the problems of a weightless environment are quite easily overcome.
If this method of hypothetical construction of Spacecraft was countenanced, there is no logical reason why UFOs shouldn't move from one star system to the next in any time frame imaginable.
To travel to our nearest star, Proxima Centuri at light plus six could see a round trip in about six to seven weeks, and the travellers on board the craft would not age at a rate any faster than those family members they left behind.
In fact, unlike Einstein who had no method of showing the consistency of time in space, I have. If two clocks were positioned, one in the craft - and one on the main piece of the astronaut's house, then both clocks will read an identical time to each other with no disparity whatsoever during that period. And on universal distances, Proxima Centuri is no more than a stone's throwaway.
By employing the methodology we discuss here, we could witness mankind's exploration of the universe in the next few hundred years: maybe sooner.
But to do so we first need to measure the prediction, the rise and fall of starlight.
At that point, we might just understand, that those who claim extraterrestrial encounters of the first, second and third kind are not as mad as we first thought they were. Maybe that got it right, and science got it wrong.
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