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13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« on: January 23, 2010, 06:49:27 PM »
Source of My post : CNN iReport,

A 13 year old boy, named Gentill Abdulla, has said that he has a time machine plan that is going to work. I have personally met him and he is an extremely bright boy. Gentill says that his ingenious plans can allow time travel to be possible. He told me: "I have done a lot of research on the areas of black holes, time travel, wormholes, magnetism, light, and most importantly gravity. I have devised an experiment that if done correctly could allow time travel".

Here is the theory:


If you had magnets in front of each other and had one beam of blue light that had been traveling for thousands of years and put that in the middle of these two magnets then turned on lasers on each magnet, and the side they are pointing makes the magnets face each other, and when the magnets are heated have eight smaller magnets on each magnet and make those magnets so that they would repel the big magnet.

Then move all these magnets toward the plastic magnet so it will compress it on all sides so it will become smaller than it's Schwarzschild radius.

After this is done the magnets both should become black holes. Since they are facing each other their gravities will act and join these black holes together. There will still be a singularity but it will be magnetic.

Now you make a device, that I have also made, that will split the singularity into a ring. This device will make a hole in the singularity. Since the string is no longer there, the magnets will expand enough to make the singularity into the ring.

You will know if it works because you will be able to see the other side of the hole from the entrance. Since the beam of light is old and the light beam is what is creating the effect, you will be able to go back to when that beam of light was first made.

So through this it will make a traversable wormhole. The negative energy really won't be negative energy because since the smaller magnets are repelling the singularity, it will push it outward in the opposite way or just rotate the 2 magnets from the beginning so you don't have that problem.

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13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« on: January 23, 2010, 06:49:27 PM »

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Re: 13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2010, 12:04:12 AM »
This seems very un-digestible News

So how we know the time machine works.. I mean wat are the criterias?

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Re: 13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2010, 12:12:14 AM »
man I dont know what to say.!  :dnk:

magnets in front of each other and had one beam of blue light that had been traveling for thousands of years

Magnets will either repel or attract each other

Blue light had been travelling for thousands of years ago?

" When Magnet is heated " Doesn't magnetism decreases with the heat as the Atoms start to move and N - S pole may get distorted

how will u reduce the size ?

Man I got lots of questions

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Re: 13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2010, 02:10:46 AM »
Rahul veer, his theory is full of holes. Leave aside magnets, everyone knows either they repel or attract depending on polarity. He does not explain, why he wants to use blue light? And why it has to be 1000 years old (and good luck finding a light source like that). He is missing a few concepts about science.And he also has a few misconceptions when it comes to the stuff, he claims to know somthing about.And moreover, there is no actual physicist that backs up him on his idea. The bottom line is that he  is a young kid with make-believe ideas.Which is a good thing. Some of our greatest minds began their best works at young ages.Though at this stage his thery is far fetched fantasy :happy:

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Re: 13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2010, 03:06:15 AM »
yeah man
he made everyone think for sure
a source that is 1000 years old
that can be a radioactive substance and to use it to make a blue light doesn't make any sense
As per my knowledge our physics teacher told us we can go back to time only if we can reach the speed more than speed of light.
C = 3 x 10 raise to power 8 m/s

c = speed of light
I dont know if that guys saw some movie or read a novel

Black hole - Perfect black body and radiations? what about them

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Re: 13 Year old boy has Time Machine plan that works .
« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2010, 04:29:25 AM »
Its a lengthy topic but lemme explain the way i think one can understand it more clearly and easily. I begin with a basic concept. Imagine, you are on a train thats moving forward at a speed of 50KM/hour. U throw a ball in the direction, that the train is moving. Relative to you and the train the ball leaves your hand travelling at 20KM/hour. Now from the point of view of somone standing alongside the tracks, how fast the ball is moving? All U have to do is add the speed of train 50KM and the speed of ball 20KM that is 70KM/hour.

Everything so far makes sense. let me move on to speed of light now. It has already been proved beyond doubts that speed of light is independent of motion. In other words, light always travel at the same speed i.e. 186000 miles/second. It does not matter, if the source of light or the observer or both are moving. So the speed of light is always constant under all circumstances. So imagine again you are no a moving train  moving much faster at the half speed of train 93000 miles/second and instead of throwing a ball u turn on a flash light. How fast the light is travelling relative to the observar standing alongside the tracks? In this case, relative to the observar light is travelling or moving at the speed of 186000 miles/second. Seems non-commonsensical, doesn't it? But this has proven to be true through many experiments over the years. :happy: Now one final twist. This one's like the previous one, but with a twist. Again, you're on a train moving at 93,000 mps, and again, you turn on your flashlight. How fast does the light travel relative to you? Ans is same 186000 miles/second. Relative to the man on the train, the light is moving ahead at 186,000 mps, just as it is for the observer outside the train. The speed of light remains constant for all observers.

By now you probably understand the conflict: How is it possible that light always travels at the same speed, no matter how fast its source is moving? Are you familiar with the equation v=d/t? All it says is velocity (speed) equals distance travelled divided by time.



See the relationship between speed, distance and time?

If we use this equation in our first scenario—the one where you threw the ball—it works out fine. For you, within the train, as well as for someone standing by the tracks, we can calculate the speed of the ball by adding the distance the train travelled and the distance the ball travelled.

The equation does not work out so well in the second scenario, though, because we're dealing with the speed of light, so the "v" in the equation always has to be 186,000 miles per second.
So what can be concluded? That time (and maybe even distance as well) is not the same for all observers.
Time Can vary. That's right! Contrary to what common sense tells us, time and distance are not fixed. This, too, is the assumption Einstein made. In our second and third train examples, the speed of light turns out to be exactly the same for both you and the observer standing along the tracks because time, as measured by your watch, ticked along at a slower pace than time measured by the observer. Not only that, distance changed, too. For the observer, a one-foot ruler whizzing by on the train would have measured less than a foot.

The weird thing is that, for you on the train, time wouldn't seem to be moving slower and your ruler wouldn't be shorter—all would appear normal. However, time on the rest of the Earth would appear to be ticking along slower and its rulers would be shorter.

Now let's say you want to do some time travelling. You board a spaceship and take off for deep space.

The ship approaches the speed of light. Time for you seems to pass as it always has. It takes you about five seconds to tie your shoe. But to an observer on Earth (assuming he or she could watch you), you are moving at a snail's pace. It takes hours to tie your shoe.

Anyway, you continue on your journey. You slow down, stop, and accelerate back to Earth. You arrive home. You have aged two years during your flight. Two hundred years have passed on Earth. You have successfully travelled forward through time.

Now you want to go back? Sorry. According to relativity, you can only move through time in one direction.

 

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