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Negative and positive energy propulsion systems may accelerate starships to light speed and shrink them to smaller than a Planck length, thereby circumventing g-forces and blowing quantum holes in the fabric of space time--holes which may lead to distant planets, stars, or mirror universes on the other side. The construction of a Warp Drive Time Machine Spacecraft Propulsion System is detailed as based on quantum physics and relativity. Because negative energy is repulsive, and positive energy is attractive, particles charged with negative vs positive energy would be repelled and attracted, respectively, at the same time. This push pull scenario, if confined in a circular tubular vacuum between uncharged silver plates would result in positive energy/particles/waves chasing after the negative energy/particles/waves which would be repulsed and accelerate to greater velocities and light speed; and simultaneously time and space-time would contract reducing the distance and “time” to travel between planets, stars, and galaxies, and perhaps opening up “holes” leading to another universe on the other side.
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In quantum mechanics the cosmos as a whole can be likened to a quantum continuum which is continually in flux and is thus indeterminate except at the moment of perception and registration by an observing consciousness or measuring apparatus. Because of this continual fluctuation and the limitations of conscious perceptual capacities and through a phenomenon known as "entanglement," it is only possible to make predictions about what may be observed; and these predictions can only be based on probabilities and a probability distribution. When quantum mechanics are applied to the concept of "time" then what is conceptualized as "past" "present" and "future" is also best described in terms of probabilities. Time is uncertain and not deterministic. Causes may occur simultaneously with or even after effects become effects, as demonstrated by entanglement. The experience of time or the existence of an object in space, are also manifestations of the wave function. As the wave propagates through space it effects the continuum both locally and at a distance simultaneously as demonstrated by entanglement, where even choices made in the future can effect the present. If time has a wave function, then the present can effect not just the future, but the future can effect the present and the past, as time is a continuum. Time is entangled. If considered as a unity with no separations in time and space except at the moment of conscious observation, then to effect one point in time-space is to effect all points which are entangled in spacetime. Time and events occurring in time, through entanglement, and as a manifestation of the quantum continuum, can therefore change the future and the past and events occurring in time simultaneously. The present and the future may change the past as all are interconnected, thereby giving rise to paradoxes where the past may be changed such that it becomes a different past. This paradox, however, can be resolved through Everett's conception of Many Worlds. The past which is changed, is just one past among many. Hence, in terms of the "grandfather" paradox, for example, one may travel back in time but the "grandfather" they kill would not be their "grandfather," but the "grandfather" of their doppelganger who exists in an alternate world as there are innumerable worlds each with their own probable existence and space-time.
It is through dreams that we may be transported to worlds that defy the laws of physics and which obeys their own laws of time, space, motion and conscious reality, where the future is juxtaposed with the past and where time runs backwards and forwards (Campbell, 1988; Freud, 1900; Jung, 1945, 1964). Throughout history it has been believed that dreams open doors to alternate realities, to the future, to the past, and the hereafter, where the spiritual world sits at the boundaries of the physical; hence the tendency to bury the dead in a sleeping position even 100,000 years ago. Although but a dream, the dream was experienced during dream consciousness much as the waking world is experienced by waking consciousness. The dream was real. Thus, throughout history dreams have been taken seriously especially when they gave glimpses of the future.
In a quantum universe space and time consist of a frenzy of subatomic activity which can be characterized as possessing pure potentiality and all of which are linked and entangled as a basic oneness which extends in all directions and encompasses all dimensions including the past, present, and all possible futures. The act of observation be it visual, auditory, tactile, mechanical, digital, is entangled with the quantum continuum and creates a static impression of just a fragment of that quantum frenzy that is registered in the mind of the observer as length, width, height, first, second, and the present eternal now-- like taking a single picture of something in continual motion, metamorphosis, and transformation but which continues into the future, and in the future extends backward in time to what was the present and has become the past.