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Development of the physics theory and technology of time travel

Authors: Kruusen, Marek-Lars;

Development of the physics theory and technology of time travel

Abstract

MLK Technology and Science company is dedicated to scientific research and technical development in the field of spacetime tunnels. Since all bodies in the universe move in time towards the future and all phenomena in the universe take place in time and space, it can therefore be said that the physical theory of time travel presents the fundamental foundations of the existence of the entire universe. Consequently, the physical theory of time travel must explain practically all physical phenomena in the universe: from the Big Bang of the universe to its hypothetical "death", from black holes to atomic physics, from various interactions to extra dimensions of spacetime, etc. Currently, the world's top scientists are developing string theory, which is believed to be the best candidate for a "theory of everything". One of the central ideas in string theory is that spacetime has many more dimensions than four. For example, ten dimensions of space and one dimension of time are predicted. In total, this makes the 11-dimensional spacetime that string theory predicts for us based on the best of our current knowledge. However, the theories (i.e. hypotheses) derived in Marek-Lars Kruusen's physical theory of time travel prove the opposite: the dimensions of spacetime do not increase, but actually decrease, or cease to exist, when we try to understand the physics of time travel. For example, such a fact manifests itself when time slows down and length of bodies shortens in the immediate vicinity of large masses, or when mass moves more and more rapidly with respect to light. Therefore, the physics theory of time travel is a great competitor to string theory, since string theory also claims to be the theory of the universe. If at the beginning of the 20th century, relativity theory and quantum mechanics emerged, which could not be combined, then it seems that the same situation will arise at the beginning of the 21st century: the physical theory of time travel and string theory cannot be combined either. However, both combine relativity and quantum mechanics in a unique way. It is safe to say that the physics theory of time travel is the biggest competitor to string theory.

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relativity, mathematics, Physics, engineering, literature, quantum mechanics, technology, general relativity, time travel, theory, cosmology, science

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