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The technical concept for creating a tunnel in space-time: development of wormhole technology

Authors: Kruusen, Marek-Lars;

The technical concept for creating a tunnel in space-time: development of wormhole technology

Abstract

“MLK Technology and Science Ltd” is a startup company (and business-to-business company) primarily engaged in scientific research on wormholes and technology development. To clarify, it can be said that the company is engaged in the creation of know-how. Know-how describes the physics of wormholes and their technical creation. The limited company is non-profit working on developing technology and science in the field of wormholes. A tunnel in spacetime or a wormhole is a curvature of spacetime connecting two points in spacetime, which could allow moving from one point in time to another or moving from one point in space to another in an instant. The physical and mathematical interpretation of wormholes has actually been known for about a hundred years, but their technical creation has not been possible until now. However, in this work, apart from the nature of the wormhole, its technical feasibility is also shown, which has not been presented before. One of the biggest obstacles to the technical creation of wormholes was the production of the necessary energy, but the new discoveries presented in this work show that this is not necessary. The key to the creation of wormholes lies in the changes or creation of energy fields that occur exactly at the speed of light. Physical states that change or arise at the speed of light are also accompanied by the emergence of abstract geometric surfaces with time and space curved to infinity. The invention that I describe would make it possible to artificially create tunnels in spacetime. A loop-shaped tunnel in spacetime is created by a rotating ring machine, which has it’s own machinery space and control room as well as electromechanical components creating the electromagnetic field. It is a human-sized rotating machine. The ring machine allows artificially creating a loop-shaped tunnel in spacetime, which in turn allows a person to teleport in time and space. A ring machine consists of a toroid and a tube inside it that must rotate. There is a machine and control room inside the pipe, where a person can enter. There are electromechanical components that create an electromagnetic field around the toroid and that cause the tube to move or rotate. The tube is rotated by 8 wheels, all of which are equipped with electric motors. The entire machine is controlled by switches. The main purpose of the ring machine is to create an electromagnetic field around the machine that changes/is created exactly at the speed of light c.

Keywords

engineering, wormhole, company, physics

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