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The Hyperspace Equation: Could it work?
Hyperspace: What is it?
Hyperspace, a theory that one can travel to another place without interacting negatively with Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, whereas he said nothing can go faster than the speed of light. What if you knew that NASA and a couple privatized experimentation is currently underway to figure out just how one can bend time and space to get from place to place? Imagine wishing to meet up for an interview at a work location, you need directions right? The potential employer asks you to meet at the corners of red and green street (2d), and travel up the building the employer works in to the 14th floor (3d). In this case, our visualizations are based on a 3d world, but if you wanted to get their on time, but stuck ten blocks away, you need a way correct? A Taxi Maybe?
Now, calling for a cab instead of walking, as your interview per say is 12 noon, but the taxi gets you their sooner in time, or 11:30am, you would be slowing time down to get to your location faster. This in reality is a vague example of four dimensions, or space-time. Try another example, a supernova in the galaxy has occurred, but the light you've noticed in space is already an insurmountable amount of time has already passed, therefore your watching a past event in a "Present", yet futuristic event. That same star, the one that exploded, at its time before the explosion occurred, has a "Alien" civilization that has been watching the stars for millions of years, yet they haven't even seen our planet Earth exist in any means whatsoever. Wouldn't this be an example of time-travel, or at least a time-space bend in matter. In Hyperspace, imagine this large example:
-Gavin Giobran's Logic-
- 1 + -1 = 0
- 2 + -2 = 0
- 3 + -3 = 0
In this example, the absolute value of 0 is the largest number, or the hole, in which both numbers cancel the value back to an equal order. In the function of the universe, +1 is the expansion of the big bang, whereas -1 is the big contraction. Therefore, 0 is the balance, or the occurrence of truly infinite values that give rise to a split in space-time, theoretically creating a wormhole to account for getting from one place to another fairly quickly. In an observer view, a 2d species crossing over a newspaper, such as an ant, doesn't understand the 3d principles of the words and photos that we see as we hold the paper in our hands. If we proceed to attach opposite sides of the newspaper together, then the 2d ant crossing now has a potential "0" Infinite absolute value that becomes the link of all infinite numbers to allow the ant to cross. This does not interfere with Einstein's theory of relativity, as the ant does not need to go faster than the speed of light, but simply bends time-space to cross it.
The Concept of Hyperspace and Early Scientists
In all it's rare form of distorting time and space to get to one place to another, one fact is true: We are still in it's infancy. A scientist, Albert Einstein, had an idea that no planet, star, organism, or anything else for that matter, cannot and will not exceed the speed of light. He had however, a "Special" form of relativity that helped fuse the physical rarities that act on objects outside of gravity's control. This is where the notion of his laws of gravity along with Issac Newton's concrete evidence for it, becomes quite rocky. How then, can we as a species, see the light of stars that have burned out millions of years ago?
Steven Hawking, a man born in 1942 during the darkest times of the second World war, decided to attempt the fusing of Einstein's theory of relativity with the quantum mechanic principles of adding a fourth dimension. It was found that as an object that flew through space bends and curves, condenses and expands, all while traveling through the dark matter of space. Now if you can, imagine a star that burns out, collapsing in on itself, creating a continual density of massive energy in the center. After closer inspection through mathematical equations, Hawking found that a black hole must have a plug-hole, or in scientific terms, a Singularity. A man in 1965, Roger Pinrose said that if a star collapsed within a certain grid temperate, it would implode, and within this process, cause the black hole that was the end result to be void of time.
Modern Scientific Analysis of the Concept
To explain the concept of hyperspace in various functions, we must look at the "effect" theories that encompass the surrealism of possible hyperspace. Hendrick Casimir, a scientist with a love for superconductors and the elusive aspects of Physics in general, proposed a theory that a force could potentially cause a vacuum between two objects. Werner Heisenberg proposed that waves can be brought into a close proximity with one another, creating an environment that the Casimir effect could potentially take place to cause Quantum Tunneling. Below are both theories stated above, all offering an entangled difference in what could and indefinitely work with future technological advancements:
The Casimir-Polder Force/Effect: A Concept in physics that defines the physical force that is exerted in between two separate objects that act as a vacuum within a resonance. The static fields that work as virtual particles within the slightest distance between the two objects is the force that could create such a vacuum like effect. This in theory could potentially allow for a creation of a wormhole that with hyperspace tendencies and the mass negative reaction happening within the zone of outward pressures, create space travel much easier.
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
This Principle is a uncertainty found in the quantum arena of observer law, whereas almost all wave-like systems have been shown to have this function Through quantum mechanics an interaction between waves and functions seems to find a link, regardless of whether an observer is present or not. In the Wave Mechanics Interpretation, super-positions of multiple plane waves form a tight cluster, within the middle we find a ripple effect. Once again, the correlation between close vacuum effects and gavin's logic of 1+-1=0 or an infinite number of solutions within the density of the ripples and waves.
The Alcubierre Drive: Hyperspace in Theoretical Action
A Mexican Theoretician, Miguel Alcubierre is beginning to show the world that Einstein's laws of Relativity do not contradict the non-locality of Quantum Mechanics. In his work, Alcubierre explains that general relativity does in fact, through a recession velocity, proceed faster than the speed of light. He also believes, as do many theorists around the world following the Quantum field, that stars and planets more than 14 billion years away also have a recession velocity due to distance that is faster than light. In his work, Alcubierre announced the theory of creating a drafting of a hyperspace drive, or the "Alcubierre Drive". In theoretical concept, this would create a "Warp Bubble" around a spacecraft, where space at the front is in extreme contracting, all the while space in the back expands rapidly. In effect, this would cause the bubble to move faster than the speed of light while light outside the bubble would remain in normal constant.
What is the Modern Conclusion on Hyperspace?
Hyperspace, in all it's glory and paradoxical figures, is still in it's infancy, and a working drive nor a ship have yet to be built to sustain from the normal laws of relativity. Members at NASA have said they are working on the theories to gain a much more detailed data-driven conclusion to the beginning aspects of Hyperspace, but leaps are small. They have said on the NASA Government website that Hyperspace is still in a speculatory stage, but using Alcubierre's Equations and Wormhole Research one could potentially be on the right track for eventually making hyperspace and advanced space travel a concrete a fact in the not so near future. As the Federation would say, Live long and Prosper.
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Works Cited List
Wikipedia: Faster than Light
Alcubierre Warp Drive:
Heisenberg Principle of Uncertainty:
Quantum Physics (Stanford Definition and Philosophy)
Einstein History (Special Relativity Paper Org. Document Pub)
NASA Status on Hyperspace: