New! Part of the LAU-X4 Negative Energy Framework
The subject of time travel is tricky, because it needs point of view recognition. For instance, Does time slow down or speed up relative to the pilot, or relative to an outside observer. What do the frequencies of time do?
If you claim a craft or pilot travels into the future, or travels into the past, then such a claim should reference an event horizon, which is what separates opposite time flows, when they can't just overlap seamlessly.
Otherwise, travelling into the future would mean that time speeds up for the pilot -- an outside observer would see the pilot moving rapidly.
Travelling into the past requires an event horizon, unless time just slows down for the pilot, which would mean everything around the pilot would seem to be moving super fast; and to an outside observer, the pilot would seem frozen in time, unmoving.
Referencing the chart from the Anderson Institute:
According to Special Relativity, the faster an object of mass moves closer to the speed of light, the slower in time it travels. It's electromagnetic frequency changes. As the massive object approaches light speed, it starts to travel and meet the electromagnetic frequency speed of time. Time is determined by mass, specifically within gravitational fields created by mass. A massive star creates a massive gravitational field, which is the frequency (the speed) that mass can travel relative to light.
Light speed, or rather light space and frequency -- that frequency of resonance -- is the relation between matter and light. Matter incurs time; light does not.
So ... when our object travels faster and faster in spacetime, it's mass must compensate for the frequencies that of which it is bound to. So as it's wave speed approaches the wave speed of local gravity-time (the local speed of light for a star system), then the massive object is not moving very fast through time. It's own frequency is matched closely with the frequency of the star system it's moving through, creating no relative motion, or DIFFERENCE between it's own frequency, and the frequency speed of the space it's in, which is the speed of light. So it appears to start moving slower in time, but it's mass increases to huge amounts, because it's just going SO FAST that it packs a huge punch!
It cannot exceed the speed of light, which would mean that it could not exceed its own frequency range, in spacetime. A massive object attempting to move faster than light would see a mass effect, of which it's mass value will great increase, until at light speed, the object will have infinite mass. Obviously this is impossible, then.
However, you equip the object with a warp drive, and then the object's frequency can move MUCH faster, and it moves forward in time more, and travels faster distances, more rapidly (strangely put, I know).
You would have to cancel or decrease the mass-frequency waveform, in order to increase the speed of time it can travel through that star system.
That is the function of a warp drive.
Now, here's a twist.
If the massive object was like a standard rocket with a pilot, then what would the pilot see if he was in that point of view of the massive object traveling close to light speed? If an object slows down in time the closer it reaches the speed of light, would the pilot see the universe around him going really slowly, or really quickly?
According to the Anderson Institute, near light-speed travel means the pilot is moved rapidly forward in time, and the closer to light speed the pilot moves, the further into the future the pilot travels.
This means that the pilot would experience a faster flow of time; since travel into the future is just an acceleration of frequency, then there would not be an event horizon, or a defining sphere around a craft, that negative frequency would achieve.
Negative frequency actually does not have to equate to travel into the past, because the universe is flowing forward in time, so applying negative frequency would only go so far as to zero out mass, allowing the craft to travel as light -- capable of teleporting and making hyperspace jumps without it really taking any time to travel, and the pilots would experience accelerated time; meaning: travelling as light travels, time is in a type of vibration or flux of positive and negative simultaneously, much like exotic matter also has simultaneous fluctuations of positive and negative mass.
You don't necessarily grow older, because the energies are rejuvenating. You travel distances very quickly regardless. The pilot sees the universe moving rapidly with him/her, as s/he moves rapidly through the universe. Otherwise, the pilot would rapidly be moving through the universe, AND it would seem that the universe is standing still, relatively, and the pilot can just zip through the universe, not incurring a time penalty; meaning: the pilot can visit several other star systems (keeping the engines turned on, and travelling at speed) and return back to Earth, with less time having actually passed on Earth.
Because you're travelling in a special hyperdimensional field as a pilot, travelling AS light, then time is in a state of flux, so your perception and awareness and understanding of [temporal] continuity, your consciousness will maintain that.
When you leave a system of time, like stepping through a wormhole to arrive on the other side of the galaxy nearly instantaneously, then there IS NO continuity. You have to dial in to the correct time frequency where there is life to be found.
Now there is an error in this; a conflict. There is also a mis-perception involved, about the nature of light.
The mis-perception is easy to clarify: mass does not travel backwards in time if it travels faster than light.
The only way for mass to travel faster than light is by using an engine to do so, and the consequences of that engine is accelerated frequency; and since negative energy frequency can be seen from an observer in forward-flowing standard, normal time, then negative energy by itself won't travel backwards in time, unless it is made to work in a configuration; running it on a wire, it moves faster than the normal speed of time.
Now the conflict is thusly resolved:
Gravity and mass frequency increasing will incur a slower field of time. Since a standard object moving at speeds close to the speed of light will have a mass increase; a gain in mass frequency and energy, then it will be incurring a slower frequency of time, according to Special Relativity.
Let us re-examine this: "According to the Anderson Institute, near light-speed travel means the pilot is moved rapidly forward in time, and the closer to light speed the pilot moves, the further into the future the pilot travels." <--- THIS ITSELF IS A CONFLICT.
But so that I'm not being rude, the physics the Anderson Institute is using is therefore not Special Relativity, perhaps more of a matter-energy vibration type of physics that unify frequency with matter and light.
The closer to light matter can vibrate, its frequencies will be accelerated, which equates to a faster flow of time. However, this requires a transformation of matter and mass/energy state, to achieve it. (Tesla's Colorado Springs notebook talks about this (free online), and also about frequency calculations, using only simple quadratics, and maybe a little trig ... )
A transformation of matter/mass energy state is the natural way of the mind to understand frequency.
This again, is the function of a warp drive, but a hyperdrive would take better advantage of the light-matter-unity frequency condition to travel, and is "beyond" warp drive.
This article has been coming for a long while, now . . . it was inevitable to be written.
This also shows how time is basically, frequency itself, within a framework of all the dimensions of matter. The Anderson Institute does apparently also acknowledge that.
I also want to point out that the Anderson Institute also is backing up a theoretical framework with actual technology. A "theoretical framework" is applied on what is currently known, which means it is our understanding of the truth.
--> See the comments on this one, too . . .
1) You're also dealing with wave phases when determining time; when two wave frequencies match up, or faster or slower. <-- The relative time is determined from the positive or negative difference in the baseline wave speed, versus the massive object's wave speed.
The baseline frequency is the Star's mass which is "overlaid" onto a canvas of light, which paradoxically manifests the spacetime of which the Star's spacetime can overlay.
The Star's mass is also dealing with the energy resonance between the planets' mass, and all the inertial pathways of orbiting asteroids and Ort cloud objects, those energy waves that track the object through future and past orbits (The "Tablet of Destinies" as Zecharia Sitchin writes about; planetary orbital harmonics through time).
. . . I'm just leaving that one out there for now . . .