Method of gravity distortion and time displacement

Description

I wish to discuss the practical challenges of a mathematically vetted method of time travel now that the Large Hadron Collider is coming online. The method employs sinusoidal oscillations of electrical bombardment on the surface of one Kerr type singularity in close proximity to a second Kerr type singularity in such a method to take advantage of the Lense-Thirring effect, to simulate the effect of two point masses on nearly radial orbits in a 2+1 dimensional anti-de Sitter space resulting in creation of circular timelike geodesics conforming to the van Stockum under the Van Den Broeck modification of the Alcubierre geometry (Van Den Broeck 1999) permitting topology change from one spacelike boundary to the other in accordance with Geroch’s theorem (Geroch 1967) resulting in a method for the formation of Godel-type geodesically complete spacetime envelopes complete with closed timelike curves.

I will present 15 high-level slides for a general audience with 5 focusing on the mathematical approach.

Marlin Pohlman

Affiliation Makerlab
Biography

In 2003 Marlin Pohlman was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and underwent a stem cell transplant. To combat the effects of the chemotherapy he was given high doses of Modafinil in a clinical trial. Modafinil, a nootropic gave him a short term increase his mathematical and cognitive ability. Making the best of a bad situation Marlin put his short-term ability and enhanced focus to work on the mathematics of time travel, a life long interest. This work lead to the publication of USPTO Application #: 20060073976, A Method of gravity distortion and time displacement. This invention is being offered royalty free to any and all groups desiring to pursue this field of study. (e.g. not a product pitch)

In his day job Marlin Pohlman is Director of Governance, Risk and Compliance product strategy for a major bay area enterprise software company he has authored three texts on IT governance and security, Marlin received his BS in Engineering physics from the University of Tulsa, his MBA from Lexington Business School and his PhD in computer science from Trinity University. Marlin is member of Portland Mensa, a Licensed Professional Engineer, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Security Manager & Certified Information Systems Security Professional.