# Teleportation Drive: Space Travel by Time Travel

#### Atlan0001

I'm still angry at videos depicting time slowing down caused by traveling fast point A to point B in the universe. How about trying point B (t=-x) to point B (t=0) via triangulation and teleportation drive from point A.

Saturn (point B (t=0)) is so-many light-minutes (Saturn point B t-x)) from Earth (point A (t=0). By constant acceleration drive, time travel drive, (point B (t-x) to point B (t=0) from point A (t=0).

Centauri is 4 light years away. Point B (t-4yrs away) to Point B (t=0) from Point A (Earth (t=0). Via teleportation drive, time travel past to future, Centauri Point B (t-4yrs) to Centauri Point B (t=0), from Earth Point A, however fast forward continuous acceleration drive can drive the traveler through time!

Andromeda (Point B (t-2,000,000yrs)) is app. 2,000,000 light years from Earth (Point A (t=0)) and Andromeda (Point B (t=0)). Via teleportation drive, time travel past to future, Point B (t-2,000,000yrs) to Point B (t=0), from Earth (Point A (t=0)), however fast forward continuous acceleration drive can drive the traveler through time!

Some few seem to be aware how it works! Too many, like Brian Greene in certain videos, obviously unaware how it works!

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#### Atlan0001

Time traveler through space arrives at Saturn, or Centauri, or Andromeda:

As though having traveled faster than the speed of light into the past (-) from the future (+), Earth (Point A (t=0) and/or Point B (+)) lands in the point superposition in the triangles (triangulations -- Earth Point B (-) -- toward the most distant, most nonlocal, Horizon) relative to traveler arrived at Saturn (t=0), Centauri (t=0), or Andromeda (t=0). A teleportation!

Traveler dealt in universe contractions (to future (+)) to the fore and universe expansions (to past (-)) to the rear.

Nothing beats Chaos Theory's ((G(A)SBF) gravitational / antigravitational strong binding force (conservation of mass and energy (finite universe horizon (aka discrete quanta)))) "fractal zoom (structure tensorial) universe."

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