Time-Out of Time: A Postscript to Nuclear Time Travel

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Bernd Schmeikal, PhD (Author) – Research and Teaching Fellow, Sociology Department, University of Vienna, Austria; Director of the Biofield Laboratory, a Research & Development Institute, Vienna, Austria

Series: Space Science, Exploration and Policies
BISAC: SCI066000; SCI098000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/NGTK6470

The reader will be familiarized with some inconspicuous additions to the theory of relativity and quantum theory, which concern the energy density in cosmic and sub-nuclear domains. These are seemingly technical details, but they make the extreme vividness of light and its speed understandable. We will also ask anew some questions that concern that apparently objective world, whose objectivity is not just a matter of self-evidence but is constantly being reconstituted in intelligent awareness. Thus, the vibrancy of the presence of the world emerges as a most suitable basis for physical knowledge. Finally, we will discuss the sociological conditions, which, especially in the light of the increasing global epidemics, point to an impending disintegration, even to a collapse of civil society. While new strands of human, artificial and hybrid life forms are emerging, new aviation and nuclear time travel appear in a new light. Time as we knew it is gone forever. We experience both a time-out of time and time out of time. Only the happiest of us will keep our original shape and make our way across the galaxy.

Table of Contents

Preliminary Remark

Preface

Chapter 1. Light Off-Time

Chapter 2. What Will Become of Us

Chapter 3. The Compliance Matrix – A Pattern of Amenability

Chapter 4. Four Threads at Fourth Turning

Chapter 5. History and Future Development of Gravitational Propulsion

Chapter 6. The Quantum Data of Gargantua

Appendix. Six Fundamental Fermion Stabilizer Groups of Clifford Algebra of Minkowski Space

References

Index

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