John Thomas
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    Most of our projects achieve the 2nd condition, and depending on the strength and stability of the chosen MV, the 3rd condition may be met briefly. If that is the case, we try to interact as much as possible before the experience dissipates.
    L
    The three phases are basically by-phasic in nature, and are the information gathering, or, experiential properties of the 'time travel' experiments/projects, and they include: 1) Observed Reality, 2) Observed Reality with entangled information gathering ability (such as photos), and 3) Interactive Reality, which is the highest form, and includes the capability of interacting with the environment.
    L
    It is not understood entirely how the MV's interact with the entangled particles, but, like electricity, we know it works, even if we do not yet fully understand the process. Now, the next step are the three, what we call "phases" of the experience (this word implies conscious awareness).
    L
    Of the three basic requirements, there exists the following what we call 'functional' components, and they are: 1) entanglement, 2) consciousness (or you can define this as a yet undefined construct, or organized pattern of entangled information), and 3) pre-existing magnetic vortices produced by the Earth (what we refer to as MV's, or 'triggers' <slang terminology>
    L
    Therefore, we can deduce that Einstein was incorrect; since time travel is certainly workable, and has been shown experimentally to be repeatable and at least somewhat stable. But, the process is not composed of a single component (such as gravity, ftl travel,worm holes, etc). Instead, the process is multi-faceted, and includes a large number of processes, tuned 'just right' to achieve the desired results.
    L
    it appears I may post numerous times; therefore, perhaps I can continue the conversation in this manner. 1) Einstein was right only on some points, and wrong in other areas, especially concerning this topic, and this is proven as his ideas are not workable in the area of 'time travel', yet, time travel does exist and is workable experimentally.
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    I wrote much more information, however, I was restricted to 420 characters by this site. I can give you much more information concerning our projects and how 'interactive reality' is achieved, but, it will require much more space than this site allows.
    L
    You, and everyone else here, have got to get away from the ridiculous idea that one single solution to time travel exists (such as gravity, etc.). Further, referencing Einstein's work is unfortunately an error as well, as his work in this area proved futile, and of no consequence whatsoever.
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