Black holes By Frucisierre Hoffman

... quadrant of a generation earlier. The two ends of the wormhole connected space at two different times! Well, this is another one of those instances in which the Voyager writers got it right. If wormholes exist, they can well be time machines! This startling realization has grown over the last decade ...

... quadrant of a generation earlier. The two ends of the wormhole connected space at two different times! Well, this is another one of those instances in which the Voyager writers got it right. If wormholes exist, they can well be time machines! This startling realization has grown over the last decade ...

Concepts in Theoretical Physics

... * Click on the section titles below for pdf’s of the individual chapters or here for the complete notes. ...

... * Click on the section titles below for pdf’s of the individual chapters or here for the complete notes. ...

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... -- not absolute -- and that time is actually a 4th dimension within what he calls "spacetime". Einstein discovers that space-time is curved. Mathematician Kurt Goedel proposes that the Universe itself may be a time machine. Goedel demonstrates mathematically that pathways through time are possible. ...

... -- not absolute -- and that time is actually a 4th dimension within what he calls "spacetime". Einstein discovers that space-time is curved. Mathematician Kurt Goedel proposes that the Universe itself may be a time machine. Goedel demonstrates mathematically that pathways through time are possible. ...

Wormholes and nontrivial topology.

... not carry point charges, but that the electric flux lines go into a wormhole throat on the electron, through “hyperspace” via a wormhole, and then emerge from its positron partner. • Net effect: objects that look similar to point charges, but with flux lines that nowhere terminate. (And no event hor ...

... not carry point charges, but that the electric flux lines go into a wormhole throat on the electron, through “hyperspace” via a wormhole, and then emerge from its positron partner. • Net effect: objects that look similar to point charges, but with flux lines that nowhere terminate. (And no event hor ...

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... change in the electric field produces an electromagnetic wave, which is easily detected. In much the same way, an accelerated mass should also produce gravitational waves. Gravitational waves carry energy and momentum, travel at the speed of light, and are characterized by frequency and wavelength. ...

... change in the electric field produces an electromagnetic wave, which is easily detected. In much the same way, an accelerated mass should also produce gravitational waves. Gravitational waves carry energy and momentum, travel at the speed of light, and are characterized by frequency and wavelength. ...

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... • Slogan: Entanglement is the glue that holds spacetime together… ...

... • Slogan: Entanglement is the glue that holds spacetime together… ...

You Can’t get There From Here

... •Nuclear fusion provides better mass ratios, at the cost of low acceleration. •Matter-antimatter provides the best mass ratios, but requires the most power. ...

... •Nuclear fusion provides better mass ratios, at the cost of low acceleration. •Matter-antimatter provides the best mass ratios, but requires the most power. ...

Quantum Mechanics and Closed Timelike Curves

... In special relativity causality holds due to the hyperbolic nature of the Minkowski metric that clearly separates past from future. In general relativity however, because the Einstein equations are local equations and space-time can be curved by matter, one can construct solutions that exhibit close ...

... In special relativity causality holds due to the hyperbolic nature of the Minkowski metric that clearly separates past from future. In general relativity however, because the Einstein equations are local equations and space-time can be curved by matter, one can construct solutions that exhibit close ...

Why is the darkness of the night sky evidence for the Big Bang?

... A wormhole could be kept open by filling its throat, or the region around it, with an ingredient called exotic matter. This is strange stuff which doesn’t exist in the classical physics world, but may be allowed by quantum physics. Exotic matter is repelled, rather than attracted, by gravity and is ...

... A wormhole could be kept open by filling its throat, or the region around it, with an ingredient called exotic matter. This is strange stuff which doesn’t exist in the classical physics world, but may be allowed by quantum physics. Exotic matter is repelled, rather than attracted, by gravity and is ...

4.5.5. Black Holes

... ( r rS ), future light cones point upward so that light rays can move either towards (along straight lines) or away from (along curved lines) the origin. In region II ( r rS ), future light cones point to the left so that light rays can move only towards the origin. Thus, no light ray, and hence ...

... ( r rS ), future light cones point upward so that light rays can move either towards (along straight lines) or away from (along curved lines) the origin. In region II ( r rS ), future light cones point to the left so that light rays can move only towards the origin. Thus, no light ray, and hence ...

物理学と幾何学

... precede theoretical predictions. In particular, the Dark Energy/Cosmological Constant problem is clearly beyond the scope of general relativity. Resolution of this problem will certainly lead to a drastic change in our understanding of Nature. I believe that HUNT will play a crucial role in the reso ...

... precede theoretical predictions. In particular, the Dark Energy/Cosmological Constant problem is clearly beyond the scope of general relativity. Resolution of this problem will certainly lead to a drastic change in our understanding of Nature. I believe that HUNT will play a crucial role in the reso ...

BLACK HOLES

... termed the event horizon. Information (mass, energy) only crosses the event horizon in the inbound direction. Nothing comes back, ever. Near the Schwarzschild radius the intense force of gravity “bends" space, producing a variety of phenomena. Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, relating mass, ...

... termed the event horizon. Information (mass, energy) only crosses the event horizon in the inbound direction. Nothing comes back, ever. Near the Schwarzschild radius the intense force of gravity “bends" space, producing a variety of phenomena. Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, relating mass, ...

General Relativity www.AssignmentPoint.com General Relativity

... simple thought experiment involving an observer in free fall, he embarked on what would be an eight-year search for a relativistic theory of gravity. After numerous detours and false starts, his work culminated in the presentation to the Prussian Academy of Science in November 1915 of what are now ...

... simple thought experiment involving an observer in free fall, he embarked on what would be an eight-year search for a relativistic theory of gravity. After numerous detours and false starts, his work culminated in the presentation to the Prussian Academy of Science in November 1915 of what are now ...