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Traveling through Space & Time
with Einstein

a World Without Einstein Series

How do Einstein’s discoveries both constrain
and enable space travel and time travel?

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After you have enjoyed the broadcast, get the book! All of the information presented here, and more, can be found in World without Einstein
World Without Einstein

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Newton said we could reach any speed with enough energy. Einstein said the required energy would be infinite at the speed of light.

Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein - Speed & Energy

Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein- Best possible cases for acceleration and deceleration

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Chart shows best possible cases for acceleration and deceleration phases of space travel.



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Time and fuel required for round trips to nearest star, nearest exoplanet, and nearest % of our galaxy.

Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein - Time and fuel required for round trips

Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein - Time and fuel required for one-way trips

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Time and fuel required for one-way trips to nearest planet, unknown planet 2000 light-years away, and lastly a no-stops exploration with no return.


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Time travel to the future is easy, if you can afford the fuel costs.

Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein-Time travel to the future


Traveling through Space & Time with Einstein-Shortcuts through wormholes

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Shortcuts through wormholes are “pipe” dreams that rely on fanciful “negative energy.”



Image #7

Everything moves through spacetime at the speed of light. The faster something moves through space, the slower it moves through time.

Moving through Space and Time.

 

 

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