Monday, October 1, 2012

Time Travel

As a Science Fiction writer, you could say I am obsessed with the concept of time travel.  Both of the books I have E-published so far contain and deal with aspects of traveling through time.

To the disappointment of my fans I have not described the apparatus of the time machine components in adequate detail, for the sole reason that I do not know how to build a real time machine.  It is my firm belief that Time Travel is possible, and aspects of it have either been done or experimented with already in our knowable past.  Just as I feel that anti-gravity, if that is what you would wish to call it, has been achieved and demonstrated repeatedly.  If and when this kind of technology is declassified to the point it can be spoken about and experimented with in the open and in schools we will be much closer answering many questions of the past as well as closer to being able to travel through time.

What I would really be interested in is traveling across vast distances in space in extremely small amounts of time, opening up intergalactic space travel and exploration to mankind. Unfortunately I strongly feel one is the other side of the coin of the same thing so we can't have one without the other.  We don't want people building time machines for their personal benefit, as much as we would love to travel around universe at speeds which would be considered much greater than light speed if measured by the old tried and true measurement devices which computes distance as speed times time.

What I am saying is it is all related!  Space, the fabric that makes it up, the folding and distorting of space caused by matter and energy moving through space and this alters the passage of time depending upon where you are measuring it at throughout the experience of the mass moving through the said space.

Imagine if the fabric of space is like a giant Rubber Band and by pulling and twisting it like you could with a Rubber Band two where two distant points intersect each other.  Traveling from the point on one band to the point on the rubber band to the other point on the band would be an incredibly short distance.  With a distance so short that it could be traveled easily and quickly with traditional propulsion methods thus making traversing great distances through space possible.  Add in Electromagnetic Fields and dielectrics, dipoles, anti-gravity, and a lot of new turns on really old math and the Universe would become your oyster!

It Equations, so where you alter one side it changes the other side to stay in balance.  Mass, moving through space distorts the passage of time as well as the space being moved through by the Mass.  To create the Imagine Scenario I described above would also allow time travel or movement into parallel universes with different time lines.  Do I have all the answers?  No.  Do I know how to build a time machine?  No.  If I could, would I tell anyone?  No.  If I built a time machine would the powers that be in control of our world let me mess with their well laid plans by screwing around with history?  No.  Are you starting to get the picture?

The sequel to No Rules Of Engagement will have Time Gates in it.  The sequel to Whisper will not have time travel in it.
I also have one more book I plan to write much later on which will be about a guy who does invent a time machine to escape his present unhappy existence in the world and how he has to come back and keep stealing stuff from his time to properly outfit and equip his camp in a different time.  It leads to a lot of fun scenarios to think about and play with especially as a Science Fiction Writer.  It seems to be a popular venue, not so much as Vampires and Werewolves over the past the couple of years but popular none the less.
I will not be explaining about how to build a time machine in my books.  Let me suffice to say there is a lot of good science reading out there and people experimenting with things.  When an idea's time has come, it will arrive with different people simultaneously as all people are connected in some way we can't yet fully explain.  The same day Alexander Bell patented the telephone some other guy did also.  This kind of stuff happens all the time.  When somebody comes up with a great idea rest assured he is not the only one.  The difference is who does something with it.  I plan to write about people playing with it.  It is much cheaper than trying to build time machines in your garage, and probably a touch safer also.

Two good stories about different groups jumping around through time.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did Writing them.


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