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Time Travel in Our Lifetime

Time Travel in Our Lifetime

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Published by Jomo W. Mutegi
University of Connecticut professor of physics Dr. Ronald Mallett has developed and received a patent on his blueprint for a Time Travel Machine. This is not a hoax or a joke. Dr. Mallett is a well published and highly respected theoretical physicist. And while there are some physicists
who have disputed certain aspects of his work, there is little dispute that Dr. Mallett’s work
brings us very close to the possibility of time travel in the near future. This article summarizes Dr. Mallett’s work and discusses the implications of time
travel technology for people of African decent.
University of Connecticut professor of physics Dr. Ronald Mallett has developed and received a patent on his blueprint for a Time Travel Machine. This is not a hoax or a joke. Dr. Mallett is a well published and highly respected theoretical physicist. And while there are some physicists
who have disputed certain aspects of his work, there is little dispute that Dr. Mallett’s work
brings us very close to the possibility of time travel in the near future. This article summarizes Dr. Mallett’s work and discusses the implications of time
travel technology for people of African decent.

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University of Connecticut professor of physics Dr. Ronald Mallett has developed and received apatent on his blueprint for a Time Travel Machine. This is not a hoax or a joke. Dr. Mallett is awell published and highly respected theoretical physicist. And while there are some physicistswho have disputed certain aspects of his work, there is little dispute that Dr. Mallett’s work brings us very close to the possibility of time travel in the near future.The following article summarizes Dr. Mallett’s work and discusses the implications of timetravel technology for people of African decent.
Time Travel is Likely to Happen in OurLifetime!
By
 Jomo W. Mutegi, Ph.D.
 April 2008I know it sounds fantastic. Not fantastic as in good, but fantastic as in “Jomo, you ain’t gotta lieto kick it!” Well, I’m not lying, I still kick it, and it’s absolutely true: Time travel is likely tohappen in our lifetime. Perhaps I should be more specific. Time travel into the past is likely tohappen in our lifetime. Time travel into the future has already taken place. Experimentation withtime travel into the future was conducted successfully in the 1970’s
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In 1971 Joe Hafele and Richard Keating conducting an experiment using atomic clocks to empirically demonstrate Einstein’s SpecialTheory of Relativity. What they found was that time was lost for a clock traveling at a high rate of speed. The results of thisexperiment were published in the 1972 volume of the journal
Science
[Hafele, J.C. & Keating, R. E. (1972). Around-the-world atomicclocks: predicted relativistic time gains.
Science
, 177, 166-168; and Hafele, J.C. & Keating, R. E. (1972). Around-the-world atomicclocks: observed relativistic time gains.
Science
, 177, 168-170.] For more information visithttp://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=17047881.
 
STEM 2058
“Time Travel is Likely to Happen in Our Lifetime!” 2A publication of Sankoré Institutewww.sankoreinstitute.org 
Now if this news has you reeling from the effects of shock and awe, try to gain your composure,because I’ve got more shocking news. The person taking the lead on time travel research is anAfrican American physicist on faculty at the University of Connecticut by the name of Dr.Ronald Mallet. I know it sounds fantastic, but let me reiterate, “Yes there are a few Black physicists and we have found one. Yes he is a tenured, full professor at a
research I 
university.And yes, he has developed and patented a blueprint for a time travel machine.How does it Work?
 I knew you would ask that.
Well basically, the time machine uses a ring laser to “stir” space andtime. By so doing the ring laser creates closed time-like curves.
“What is a closed time-likecurve?”
I knew you would ask that too. The best way I know to explain it is to say that a closedtime-like curve is a worldline that is closed. And, before you ask, a worldline is the path that anobject takes through four dimensions of spacetime. We can visualize the path that an object (saya baseball) travels through three dimensions. To understand a worldline try to imagine thatbaseball traveling through three dimensional space and the fourth dimension that is time. If myexplanation of the physics is poor, Dr. Mallett gives a great explanation complete with visuals athttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZpPecBX_ioandhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7vpw4AH8QQ&feature=related.What is more important for us is not the physics of how it works, but the practical aspects of itsoperation. Can we travel back to junior high school and live that period of our lives with moredignity? Can we travel back to senior high school and make better college choices? Can wetravel back to our college days and make better relationship choices? “No, no, no.” The answerto these questions is, “No!” Dr. Mallett’s time machine only enables travel back to the point intime wherein the machine is turned on. In addition, Dr. Mallett’s time machine will not betransporting people anytime soon. Among other problems with transporting people are theenergy demands that would be required. What is more likely is that Dr. Mallett’s machine will beused to transmit subatomic particles and…
information
.How will it be used?Well first let me give you the
good
. Imagine this; the CIA obtains an operative version of Dr.Mallett’s time machine on April 4, 2010. Assume they turn it on this date as well so that it canbegin creating closed time-like curves. On September 11, 2010, terrorists fly commercialairplanes into the World Trade Center. On September 12, 2010, government officials send amessage back in time to August 11, 2010, with instructions that will allow the terror attack to beaverted. That sounds good. Doesn’t it? Think of all the catastrophes that could be prevented.Think of all the “lives that could be saved.” Doesn’t that sound terribly cliché? Anyway…How might it be abused?Now I’ve got to give you the
bad
. Imagine this; it’s July 5, 2010, and an upper level CIAoperative sees a wonderful villa in Spokane that he and his wife would like to purchase. (Do theyhave villas in Spokane)? At any rate, his CIA salary won’t cut it. So he sends a message back toJune 5, 2010, with instructions on which lottery numbers to play in 7 states for the next 30 days.What harm could come from taking this small liberty? Does this sound unlikely? Well then,imagine a CEO of a major company who sends a message back to himself with instructions of 
 
STEM 2058
“Time Travel is Likely to Happen in Our Lifetime!” 3A publication of Sankoré Institutewww.sankoreinstitute.org 
exactly when to sell stock in his company, so that he could avert the disaster that will fall on thecompany’s employees and stockholders. Now that should sound likely. Hold tight because itcould get worse.How might people of African descent be abused?Alas, let us examine the
ugly
. Imagine this; some African giant comes to prominence August 5,2020 and begins mobilizing people of African descent to change their condition. Following thischarismatic leader, African people all over the world stop consuming alcohol and cigarettes,which wreaks financial havoc on these industries and lowers the sin tax income of hundreds of local municipalities. They stop committing drug-related crimes, which causes a near collapse of the prison-industrial complex. They begin building and supporting their own schools, retailoutlets, transportation companies, and entertainment industries. Needless to say this Africangiant has caught the attention of quite a few people. Needless to say while life is better for largenumbers of people (African and otherwise), there are also large numbers of other people whowould rather continue building wealth on the substance abuse, crime and lack of self-determination of African people. Well by July 2024, the “powers that be” have seen enough.They send a message back to 2015 with instructions for neutralizing the African giant to preventhim from upsetting the nation’s “domestic tranquility.” Does this sound conspiratorial? Youdon’t think that J. Edgar Hoover would have traded in his pumps and purse for Dr. Mallet’s TimeMachine? The interested reader should visit our friends at The Talking Drum(http://www.thetalkingdrum.com/cointelpro.html
 
). They have a very nice summary of the FBI’scounter intelligence program. The reader who is tired of reading can check it out on YouTube(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNPwO-YXDLE
 
).What does this mean for African people?When I talk about the importance of African people doing science that is in their own bestinterest, I am often asked, “What does science have to do with race?” There is a widespreadnotion that true science is objective and that it transcends race and culture. The reality however,is that science is as culturally embedded as any another activity engaged in by humans. All racesand cultures of people engage in some activity that helps them to learn about nature. In modernwestern society that activity is called “science.” The process that modern western Europeans useto learn about nature is different from the process used by other races of people because theculture which supports it is different.The application of Dr. Mallett’s technology (in fact the application of any technology) isimportant to African people because they largely need to secure their future in a world that ishostile to their success and at times their existence. Ignorance of STEM (science, technology,engineering and mathematics) puts African people in a position of being subject to the whim of those Europeans who develop, promote and use STEM advances to their own benefit, which mayor may not benefit African people.Imagine the rewards that were realized for those who were involved with cell phone technologyat the time it was just being developed. Imagine the same with heavier than air flight, or thedevelopment of the internet, or the automobile. Dr. Mallett’s technology is exciting beyondmention. What’s more exciting is that we have the opportunity to be a part of its development.And in all this excitement we should not miss the sobering responsibility that is before us. We

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