å Kurt Sanders: Time Travel & Teleportation

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Time Travel & Teleportation

There is actually nothing in the laws of physics that prevents moving in time, which would support Teleportation. The way it works is to take a trip through a worm hole connecting one point in space and time with another. The laws of physics suggest that the intense gravity of a black hole is enough to rip the fabric of space and time, making a worm hole possible where one moves in time, not forward or backward.

A unexpected side effect to moving in time is the creation of an metamaterial which eliminates reflections and shadows, and renders an object invisible.