Wednesday, 25 June 2008

The John Titor Project Pt 1

Cary G Dean

Archiving the history of comments and statements made by time traveler, John Titor.

By Dr Fred Bell

John Titor On The Time Machine.

02 November 2000 01:00
I saw the posting requesting the basic systems for a gravity distortion system that will allow time travel.

Here they are:

1 Magnetic housing units for dual microsingularities.

2 Electron injection manifold to alter mass and gravity of microsingularities.

3 Cooling and x-ray venting system

4 Gravity sensors VGL system

5 Main clocks 4 cesium units

6 Main computer units 3

05 November 2000 03:29
Questions for timetravel with permission to post.

By the way can you tell me what it feels like to time travel? when you are in the process of doing it what does it feel like and what do you see and hear. you made mention that you had to get used to the fields. Do you see a bright flash of light?

Timetravel : Interesting first question.

The unit has a ramp up time after the destination coordinates are fed into the computers. An audible alarm and a small light start a short countdown at which point you should be secured in a seat. The gravity field generated by the unit overtakes you very quickly. You feel a tug toward the unit similar to rising quickly in an elevator and it continues to rise based on the power setting the unit is working under.

At 100% power, the constant pull of gravity can be as high as 2 Gs or more depending on how close you are to the unit. There are no serious side effects but I try to avoid eating before a flight. No bright flash of light is seen. Outside, the vehicle appears to accelerate as the light is bent around it.

We have to wear sunglasses or close our eyes as this happens due to a short burst of ultraviolet radiation. Personally I think it looks like your driving under a rainbow. After that, it appears to fade to black and remains totally black until the unit is turned off.

We are advised to keep the windows closed as a great deal of heat builds up outside the car. The gravity field also traps a small air pocket around the car that acts as your only O2 supply unless you bring compressed air with you. This pocket will only last for a short period and a carbon sensor tells us when it's too dangerous.

The C204 unit is accurate from 50 to 60 years a jump and travels at about 10 years an hour at 100% power. You do hear a slight hum as the unit operates and when the power changes or the unit turns off. There is a great deal of electrical crackling noise from static electricity.

05 November 2000 03:29 Pamela:
Are you able to control where you go or is it random?

Timetravel :
Yes, it can be controlled. However, the distortion unit has operational limits. Imagine your path through time is through a cone. The farther away from the center of the cone, the more differences you will see in the world line.

The C204 begins to break away at about 60 years. This means the level of confidence drops rapidly after 60 years of travel and the world line divergence increases. In other words, if I wanted to go back 2000 years and meet Christ, there is a better than average chance I would end up on a world line where he was never born.

The computer units and gravity sensors record your trip and you are quite easily able to return to your point of origin. I am aware that research is being done on faster units with more accurate clocks. I imagine that they will be able to go back farther with a higher degree of divergence confidence.

05 November 2000 03:29 Pamela:
Are you able to go back to your own world line?

Timetravel : Yes.

05 November 2000 03:29 Pamela:
How are you protecting yourself from radiation? it alters DNA if you dont.

Timetravel :
I'm not sure what radiation you mean. If you mean from the unit, you can see it vents X-rays and Gamma radiation out of the rear. As long as you stay away from that, you should be okay. I keep a radiation detector with me to check my environment and make sure the unit isn't leaking.

05 November 2000 03:29 Pamela:
How long would you say that ultraviolet radiation lasts?

Timetravel :
About 10 seconds? Pamela: And when you are in that light can you see anything around you or does the light kind of fill up everything and that is all you can see at the time? Timetravel : The light bending only lasts a second. Its like driving under a tunnel and being in total black.

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