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 Oct 23rd 2018, 06:36 PM #1 Junior Member   Join Date: Oct 2018 Posts: 25 Relativity If it's a matter of not enough time. = there's an obvious opportunity for a piece of technology to allow us to communicate through the timeline (future to past, observable from the future from the present). Einstein said time is relative; from different frames of reference, one to the next. Communication as we already know it is, is already in place, the technology already exists. We know Albert was right, our technology in the GPS and satellites use the concept to Compensate, for this effect, (with a computer). Instead let's take advantage of the concept, using technology. It's an apparent opportunity, when one first learns that time is relative in different frames of reference, from one to another. Of course, I've thought how to simply achieve this, the basic concept I've thought of, I can use as 1 example, if I need to further illustrate the opportunity, I'm talking about. The idea is to simply link the two frames of time rate differences caused by relative motion observered from our frame, creating communication. Keep the motion causing a slower time rate in an enclosed region like a circuit or track where the object in motion can be seen at all points in its path. Then alter the object or electron or whatever and my question is would not the alteration or signiture be seen by the observer from overhead in all points of the timeline? Present future past in the history of this apperatis is created / span of its duration? That is my underlining assumption in this example. Either way can't we capitalize and the difference in time rate in between frames of references? Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
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 Originally Posted by zz31 If it's a matter of not enough time. = there's an obvious opportunity for a piece of technology to allow us to communicate through the timeline (future to past, observable from the future from the present). Einstein said time is relative; from different frames of reference, one to the next. Communication as we already know it is, is already in place, the technology already exists. We know Albert was right, our technology in the GPS and satellites use the concept to Compensate, for this effect, (with a computer). Instead let's take advantage of the concept, using technology. It's an apparent opportunity, when one first learns that time is relative in different frames of reference, from one to another. Of course, I've thought how to simply achieve this, the basic concept I've thought of, I can use as 1 example, if I need to further illustrate the opportunity, I'm talking about. The idea is to simply link the two frames of time rate differences caused by relative motion observered from our frame, creating communication. Keep the motion causing a slower time rate in an enclosed region like a circuit or track where the object in motion can be seen at all points in its path. Then alter the object or electron or whatever and my question is would not the alteration or signiture be seen by the observer from overhead in all points of the timeline? Present future past in the history of this apperatis is created / span of its duration? That is my underlining assumption in this example. Either way can't we capitalize and the difference in time rate in between frames of references? Sent from my LG-M210 using Tapatalk
We can if we have a TARDIS anyway.

Even if this were possible (which I very much doubt) we certainly don't have the technology. What you are trying for would mean that we would have to "intersect" one time frame with another running at two different rates. Barring some really (f)ugly Mathematics lurking in GR this intersection can only happen at one point in space-time so there is no way to compare them at a later time.

-Dan
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