Space Warp portal Concept

From Omaha Nebraska, on October 15th 2012 at 6:05PM the first confirmation of the existence of micro space warp was discovered.  

 An experiment that has been in design and construction for over a year produced the first artificially induced and detected compression of a laser beam while being directed through a micro warp field. 

 The data was obtained using a set of specialized tri-pole antennas through which a laser was directed to an interferometer, where a resultant fringe pattern was displayed and captured. A collection of data points outlined the volumetric micro warp field and depicted the micro warp core.

 *This discovery has some very far reaching implications, such as space flight within the solar system and beyond as well as terrestrial transportation of all types. 

 *The next step is to construct a micro craft that will use some advanced flexible fractal tri-pole antenna fields that can demonstrate sustained maneuvering of an autonomous micro craft

*The Micro Warp experiment is a result of years of investigating pilot accounts of induced local space warp or linear displacement while getting caught up into thunderstorm activity.

*After evaluating these reports of local space warp phenomena, it was concluded that even though there is evidence to support its existence, an experiment was needed to recreate, detect and measure the phenomenon in a controlled Laboratory environment.

*Getting the exact conditions in the atmosphere to recreate the situations needed, were going to be difficult to accomplish, as well as being very expensive to carry out.

MICRO SPACE WARP EXPERIMENT

The Micro Warp Experiment uses the concept that when a laser beam is put into a crossed field generated by two tri-pole antennas the laser light will be compressed which will be indicated by the fringe patterns generated on the display screen from the laser based interferometer.
A web cam will be activated when the fields are active and take snap shots of the fringe patterns which will be collected and analyzed. To determine if a fringe pattern changed, a fractal analysis program will be used as well as looking at the image brightness of the plate. The collected data will be put through a comparator process to look for changes in brightness and the fringe pattern. Both of these techniques will be used to validate if the laser beam fringe pattern did compress.

The equipment used is very sensitive and the fringe pattern result can display changes up to 1 in 3000.
The tri-pole antennas replicate the internal electrical patterns in a thunderstorm. The resultant crossed fields will represent the process that is formed during the maturing stage of the storm.

The Micro Warp Experiment uses the concept that when a laser beam is put into a crossed field generated by two tri-pole antennas the laser light will be compressed which will be indicated by the fringe patterns generated on the display screen from the laser based interferometer.

Faraday Cage –
The faraday cage grounds and prevents radio rf from radiating personnel in the lab facilities.

·The tri-pole antennas.

The tri-pole antennas replicate the internal electrical patterns in a thunderstorm. The resultant crossed fields will represent the process that is formed during the maturing stage of the storm.
LASER SYSTEM

The equipment used is very sensitive and the fringe pattern result can display changes up to 1 in 3000.

The data was obtained using a set of specialized tri-pole antennas through which a laser was directed to an interferometer, where a resultant fringe pattern was displayed and captured.
EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

ANALYSIS ………………………………………………………………….

An HD web cam will be activated when the fields are active and take snap shots of the fringe patterns which will be collected and analyzed. To determine if a fringe pattern changed, a fractal analysis program will be used as well as looking at the image brightness of the plate.

An HD web cam is used to take snap shots of the displayed fringe patterns which have been collected and analyzed. A fractal analysis program is used to examine the fringe patterns as well as looking at the image brightness of the individual pixels on the resultant plate.

The collected data is then put through comparator software programs to look for changes in brightness and to determine if a compression of the laser generated fringe pattern can be detected. In addition, individual points of data have been mapped out and plotted to determine the shape of the micro warp field as well as the amount of laser beam compression.

These techniques will be used to validate if the laser beam fringe pattern did compress.

RESULTS OF TEST FOR MICRO WARP CORE

In this next picture the first column of pictures represent the Tri-pole fields in an OFF state.

(No Compression)

Notice in the second column of pictures that the Tri-pole fields are in an ON state and that it shows the laser fringe pattern has been compressed.

Notice the fringe pattern has moved in and that the brightness values have decreased and finally there is a darker mid-section on the lower right.

A ship using this methodology could reach its destination faster than a light beam restricted to travelling outside the warp bubble. Some theoretical calculations indicate that it may be possible to go the equivalent of 100 times the speed of light in a space warp scenario.

A concept for a real-life warp drive was suggested in 1994 by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre, however subsequent calculations found that such a device would require prohibitive amounts of energy.

Now physicists say that adjustments can be made to the proposed warp drive that would enable it to run on significantly less energy, potentially brining the idea back from the realm of science fiction into science.

With this concept, the spacecraft would be able to achieve an effective speed of about 10 times the speed of light, all without breaking the cosmic speed limit.

The only problem is, previous studies estimated the warp drive would require a minimum amount of energy about equal to the mass-energy of the planet Jupiter.

But recently White calculated what would happen if the shape of the ring encircling the spacecraft was adjusted into more of a rounded donut, as opposed to a flat ring. He found in that case, the warp drive could be powered by a mass about the size of a spacecraft like the Voyager 1 probe NASA launched in 1977.

Laboratory Tests

White and his colleagues have begun experimenting with a mini version of the warp drive in their laboratory.

They set up what they call the White-Juday Warp Field Interferometer at the Johnson Space Center, essentially creating a laser interferometer that instigates micro versions of space-time warps.

“We’re trying to see if we can generate a very tiny instance of this in a tabletop experiment, to try to perturb space-time by one part in 10 million,” White said.

He called the project a “humble experiment” compared to what would be needed for a real warp drive, but said it represents a promising first step.

And other scientists stressed that even outlandish-sounding ideas, such as the warp drive, need to be considered if humanity is serious about traveling to other stars.

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