Takahiro Towata Wants to do the Time Warp Again

Takahiro Towata Wants to do the Time Warp Again

0 comments 📅13 January 2015, 05:40

When it comes to moving travelers throughout space-time, Alshdaifat claims he can slow it down, Kwok claims super-intelligent robots will scoot us around the timeline, but Takahiro Towata has taken the matter in an entirely different direction with his patent application for what is essentially a time-bending warp drive.  To be clear, the warp drive isn’t like what we see in sci-fi movies, but Towata’s warp drive is simply a machine that moves an object along at ultra-high speed and rides the curvature of time as it warps.

He claims in the application:

In the inventions according to claims 1 to 6, it is made possible that travel in space-time is instantaneously performed, and not only space warp travel (warp) in spaces on the Earth and in universe spaces but also temporal travel, that is, temporal travel (time travel) into the future and past are instantaneously performed.In the following, the invention will be described in detail in relation to physical theories as conventional techniques.Space warp travel (warp: warp drive)Heretofore although the term “warp” means “a method of traveling a warped space at ultra high speed, which appears in the SF world, until now, discussions are putting forward in the world of physics. For example, the Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre proposed a paper related to warp drive in 1994.The principle of the warp drive by Alcubierre is that “a small big bang is produced behind a spaceship as well as a small big crunch is always produced ahead of the spaceship to create a flow that allows the spaceship to travel forward at a velocity faster than light speed”.This Alcubierre’s idea is based on Einstein’s general relativity, in which a “warp bubble” is created that a three-dimensional space is compressed into a plane on which the spaceship is placed and space-time above the plane is expanded as well as space-time below is compressed…

In other words, all these years later, some, like Towata, are still leaning on the writings of Albert Einstein when it comes to time travel.  Unfortunately, even Einstein’s connection to the patent industry, hasn’t seemed to have enough gravitational pull to get Towata’s application approved.
Of course, that doesn’t mean Towata’s idea wouldn’t work. I guess.  In other words, all these years later, some, like Towata, are still leaning on the writings of Albert Einstein when it comes to time travel.  Unfortunately, even Einstein’s connection to the patent industry, hasn’t seemed to have enough gravitational pull to get Towata’s application approved.  Of course, that doesn’t mean Towata’s idea wouldn’t work. I guess.

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[1]Lee Arnold, The Time Machine Chronicles: Where Nuts and Pencil-necks Collide, Mysterious Universe, July 23, 2013

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