Sunday, 27 July 2008

The John Titor Project Pt 4

Cary G Dean.


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

By Dr Fred Bell.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:2.
What is the dimension of the field around the car? How many feet out from the car would you say it goes?

It can be adjusted to some degree. The CG (center of gravity) is adjustable within about 4 feet and the unit is effective about 10 to 12 feet in either direction from there. The vertical distance is quite a bit shorter and is determined by sensors in the unit.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:3.
Approximately in inches how much of the ground is taken with you in one trip?

Depending on weather or not you are going forward or backward, the footprint of the unit is different. I wouldn't quite say it "scoops" up the ground cleanly. It sort of vibrates it loose and takes it along for the ride.

It looks like someone raked the ground an inch or so deep with a small hand hoe or shovel. The negative ergosphere "scoops" up the front and back areas of the field.

The positive ergosphere leaves a longer area near the center of mass. Its about a cubic foot of dirt spread out over six square feet or so.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:4.
If they put the device in a house and turned it on what do you think would happen?

It might not be as destructive as you think. Depending on how close any object is to the field, it might not do any damage at all except for the floor.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:5.
What would happen to a bird or small animal that ran across the field right when it was producing the field to travel?

It would be quickly spread out over the lateral length of the gravity field. Imagine being squished and stretched at the same time. I would imagine anything left after that would be vaporized and generate static electricity.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:6.
How hot would you say the temperature gets on the outside of the car while in operation?

Very! hot. Depending on the power setting, 100 to 120 degrees is average.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:7.
Is the car in drive mode when the device is activated or is it totally turned off?

The car is off and the brake on.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela: 8.
Has the device been tested on ships and airplanes?

Not that I'm aware of. Its important that it remain as still as possible so the gravity sensors can get a good lock. The divergence confidence would be way off if the vehicle was moving.

22 November 2000 20:58 Pamela:9.
Do you wear special uniforms when you time travel? what do they look like and does your group have a timetravel emblem or group name?

I wear a standard civilian service uniform during instruction and training. Its sort of a cross between an army uniform and overalls. We do have a quarter master who distributes clothing appropriate to where ever we are going.

There is a patch. It is round and has a graphic of a Kerr singularity (sort of looks like an eye with gravity waves around it) with two spiral paths running through it's center.

One path represents the "safe" way and the other is the path to God. The bottom of the patch has my unit number along with "Temporal Recon" printed on it. However, we remove any identification and patches before we go anywhere.

25 November 2000 09:10
(What type of senser is number seven?)

That sensor detects various parameters from the singularity.

25 November 2000 09:10
(Why are the four atomic clocks not shown?) There is another page that depicts the computer and clock systems.

That technology is not new and not very interesting.

25 November 2000 14:03
The energy stored in the singularity is used to create the distortion fields.

That energy is created in a particle accelerator. I'm not sure what you mean by "temporal turbulence".

What effect would that have that would need to be overcome?

25 November 2000 14:03
When I leave, I will return to 2036. The computer I have is expected there.

I am unaware of any "true" interdimensional device available on this world line now. I would imagine the effects of such a device would be hard to hide.

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