# Thread: enigma of motion and how to produce a mechanical wormhole

1. I have an idea how to create a mechanical device that does what a worm hole does.The machine consists of 3 rows of four rectangular objects with a u shape piece tank tread on it.For the first row the top rectangular object underneath a u shaped piece of tank tread that is going 58 mph. goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the second rectangular object.The second rectangular object underneath the first one goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The third rectangular object underneath the second rectangular object goes 19 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The fourth rectangular object underneath the third one goes 10 miles per hour forwards.

For the first row the top rectangular object underneath a u shaped piece of tank tread that is going 58 mph. goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the second rectangular object.The second rectangular object underneath the first one goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The third rectangular object underneath the second rectangular object goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The fourth rectangular object underneath the third one goes 1 miles per hour forwards.

For the first row the top rectangular object underneath a u shaped piece of tank tread that is going 58 mph. goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the second rectangular object.The second rectangular object underneath the first one goes 10 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The third rectangular object underneath the second rectangular object goes 11 miles per hour backwards on the third rectangular object.The fourth rectangular object underneath the third one goes 2 miles per hour forwards.
I found that going backwards on a object going forwards slows things down.So i then subtracted the least speed from the greatest speed of either forward or backwards rectangular ojects to get the speed of either side of the u shaped piece of tank tread.

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3. I think you need to provide a diagram. I'm afraid I can't follow your description at all. And I can't see how it relates to wormholes....

4. spacebypasser.jpgspacebypasser2.jpgA wormhole makes faraway distant places in space closer.That is what is does because a tanks tread bottom and top goes away from each other like two objects backs facing each other going opposite directions to each other and i calculated the speed on both sides of the tank tread on top to be four times that distance.

5. This really doesn't mean anything.

6. Originally Posted by lightspeed
spacebypasser.jpgspacebypasser2.jpgA wormhole makes faraway distant places in space closer.That is what is does because a tanks tread bottom and top goes away from each other like two objects backs facing each other going opposite directions to each other and i calculated the speed on both sides of the tank tread on top to be four times that distance.
Maybe its me but I have no idea what those pictures are meant to represent. A simple drawing might be clearer.

7. spacebypasser5.jpgspacebypasser6.jpgHere's another diagram of it.I know the rectangular blocks are spaced apart but they are supposed to be on
each other.

8. What are you trying to do, or show? I can't follow it either.

9. Can you read the words in the pictures?

10. As far as I can see, you're simply amazed by a loop.

11. Originally Posted by lightspeed
Can you read the words in the pictures?
No. Does it describe what all these coloured blobs are and what they are doing?

12. spacebypasser7.jpgspacebypasser8.jpgMy device allows a object to be transported to another space without traveling the space in between.

13. My device allows a object to be transported to another space without traveling the space in between.
I doubt it. But it would help if you could produce a clear diagram and description.

14. Is it to small to see?Does anybody have the blender program?I could demonstrate it with that.Sense you can't understand what i am saying.

15. It is too small to see. Your written description is also impossible to follow precisely. That said, from what I do follow it seems ot me that oyu have not taken account of the inherent strength (or more relevantly, weakness) of materials. Are you assuming that the "rectangular objects" do not suffer from distortion when stressed?

16. The material should stand up for a while because the device is just platforms attach to wheels powered by electric motors on each other that are moving forwards and backwards on those wheels with a spinning tank tread on top of the top platforms.The tank tread is a small one.

17. The other problem is, I can't even work out if the pictures are plan views, side elevations or whatever (they could even be some sort of flowchart).

Can you do a simple line drawing? It would be clearer...

18. Why don't you get the blender program it is free.Then i will show you.I believe that is the best way.

19. By increasing the screen magnification to 400, I can just make out the words. They add nothing to the understandability of the pictures.

20. Did you look at the last two pictures on post 11?AlexG maybe you could understand it better if you had the blender program and i gave you a link to the blend file on pasteall.org.You understand programming.

21. space closer.jpgspace closer3.jpg
Originally Posted by Strange
The other problem is, I can't even work out if the pictures are plan views, side elevations or whatever (they could even be some sort of flowchart).

Can you do a simple line drawing? It would be clearer...
These pictures are of the motion that my machine does that allows objects to travel to another space without traveling the space in between.The first rectangles of both pictures is of the tank tread motion.The bottom
and top of the tank tread goes 1 mile per hour and fives mile per hour for a total distance of five miles when you look at it from the ground.When you are on the second platform you see the tank tread is going 3 miles per hour for a total distance of six miles from the top tank tread and bottom tank tread.

22. Originally Posted by lightspeed
Is it to small to see?Does anybody have the blender program?I could demonstrate it with that.Sense you can't understand what i am saying.

23. Originally Posted by Lynx_Fox
Originally Posted by lightspeed
Is it to small to see?Does anybody have the blender program?I could demonstrate it with that.Sense you can't understand what i am saying.
Yes you can on blender .org.

24. Your point seems to be that from one perspective, the blocks are moving forward, and from another perspective they seem to be moving backward.

So what?

25. Originally Posted by AlexG
Your point seems to be that from one perspective, the blocks are moving forward, and from another perspective they seem to be moving backward.

So what?
Did you read everything on post 20 and look at the pictures.The first rectangular blocks on all four rows represent the tank tread motion in both pictures.The space between bottom and top tank treads is longer on rectangular box two than seeing it from the ground.

26. Lightspeed, this is nonsense.

27. Could you take one more look and find someone who could understand it better.

28. I'm not the dumbest person on the planet and - as I said earlier - neither your diagram or your explanation make any sense. Could you find someone you know to explain it to and get them to post a better explanation?

29. Guys, here is a pictorial analogy for an Einstein-Rosen Bridge - a "wormhole".

The "caterpillar track" represents conventional spacetime. If you want to travel between points using conventional means, you have to follow the "caterpillar track". If, however, you could exploit a "wormhole", you could travel between those two points in a much shorter time.

Unforunately, any mechanical device that replicates this scenario would, by definition, already have an existing shorter path between the tracks. If a stone is on top of a caterpillar track, it takes longer to reach the bottom if it is embedded in the track and has to follow the path of the track, than if it falls straight through the holes in the track.

I'm wondering if this is somehow what lightspeed is alluding to, although I cannot guess what he hopes to achieve with it.

30. another example2.jpg
Originally Posted by SpeedFreek
Guys, here is a pictorial analogy for an Einstein-Rosen Bridge - a "wormhole".

The "caterpillar track" represents conventional spacetime. If you want to travel between points using conventional means, you have to follow the "caterpillar track". If, however, you could exploit a "wormhole", you could travel between those two points in a much shorter time.

Unforunately, any mechanical device that replicates this scenario would, by definition, already have an existing shorter path between the tracks. If a stone is on top of a caterpillar track, it takes longer to reach the bottom if it is embedded in the track and has to follow the path of the track, than if it falls straight through the holes in the track.

I'm wondering if this is somehow what lightspeed is alluding to, although I cannot guess what he hopes to achieve with it.
The device does use a caterpiller track on top.I made a mistake on the first post though.I have another
picture of the device that is correct way to do it.It can be used like wormhole or to change the size of a object without squishing it, adding to it or taking away from it.Take a look at it.You might not understand still.

31. Originally Posted by lightspeed
The device does use a caterpiller track on top.I made a mistake on the first post though.I have another picture of the device that is correct way to do it. It can be used like wormhole or to change the size of a object without squishing it, adding to it or taking away from it.Take a look at it.You might not understand still.
Your posts make no sense at all. You cannot build a mechanical device that can be used like a wormhole, or to change the size of an object without "squishing" it. You seriously need to get educated on the laws of physics, otherwise you will continue to come across as someone with a less than adequate grip on reality.

32. So none of my post and pictures make any sense to you.

33. No.

If you build a mechanical device with a caterpillar track as shown, the longer path is indeed along the track, rather than between the tracks. This is trivial.

What exactly are you trying to achieve here?

You have to learn science before you can teach science. Which are you attempting?

34. I am trying to show that making something that acts like a wormhole is simple to do.So that we don't have to
wait thousands of years before they develop wormhole technology to go to the nearest star.Wouldn't you want that.I think i will go to another forum since no one here understand, maybe they will.I will stay a member here
though.

35. So how does your mechanical device bridge a gap between highly separated regions of space-time? By what mechanism? The typical mechanism behind an Einstein-Rosen Bridge is a rotating black hole. What is yours?

We have no rotating black holes around here, or in the nearest star system. How do you propose we get there?

A mechanism resembling a physical caterpillar track isn't going to do it. Tanks using caterpillar tracks do not bridge gaps in spacetime.

36. Originally Posted by SpeedFreek
So how does your mechanical device bridge a gap between highly separated regions of space-time? By what mechanism? The typical mechanism behind an Einstein-Rosen Bridge is a rotating black hole. What is yours?

We have no rotating black holes around here, or in the nearest star system. How do you propose we get there?

A mechanism resembling a physical caterpillar track isn't going to do it. Tanks using caterpillar tracks do not bridge gaps in spacetime.
That is not the whole mechanism it has platforms moving backwards and forwards on each other if you looked at the pictures, plus the caterpillar track on top.Does an object moving backwards on a object moving forwards get slower it does.

37. Like walking the wrong way on a moving staircase? Well, of course an object moving backwards on an object moving forwards gets slower, yes. This is obvious and trivial.

But what does that have to do with wormholes?

I understand concepts like time-dilation and length contraction, gravity, and the expansion of the universe, but I cannot understand what you are trying to do here.

38. Originally Posted by SpeedFreek
Like walking the wrong way on a moving staircase? Well, of course an object moving backwards on an object moving forwards gets slower, yes. This is obvious and trivial.

But what does that have to do with wormholes?

I understand concepts like time-dilation and length contraction, gravity, and the expansion of the universe, but I cannot understand what you are trying to do here.
Subtract a object going forwards 100 miles per hour which has on top of it six objects going backwards which
are moving at a speed of 100 miles per hour each.Add the six objects speeds together that are going backwards and subtract the one that is going forwards 100 miles per hour from those.PLease give me the answer to that?

39. Originally Posted by lightspeed
Subtract a object going forwards 100 miles per hour which has on top of it six objects going backwards which
are moving at a speed of 100 miles per hour each.Add the six objects speeds together that are going backwards and subtract the one that is going forwards 100 miles per hour from those.PLease give me the answer to that?
(my bold)

The answer is zero.

One object going forwards at 100 miles per hour. Six objects on top of it, each moving backwards at a speed of 100 miles per hour. The answer is zero.

Why on Earth are you adding together the speeds of the six objects, when they are all in the same frame of reference? They are all in the frame of reference of the one object moving forwards.

Like 6 people walking down a moving staircase at the same speed as the staircase is moving up. They remain stationary in relation to the background.

Zero.

I still have absolutely no idea how this is supposed to get us to our nearest neighbouring star system.

40. Oh, and in case you are thinking along the lines that you can simply add velocities on top of each other forever, well, you can't.

However you add the velocities, you cannot reach a velocity greater than c.

Velocity-addition formula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

41. Originally Posted by SpeedFreek
Originally Posted by lightspeed
Subtract a object going forwards 100 miles per hour which has on top of it six objects going backwards which
are moving at a speed of 100 miles per hour each.Add the six objects speeds together that are going backwards and subtract the one that is going forwards 100 miles per hour from those.PLease give me the answer to that?
(my bold)

The answer is zero.

One object going forwards at 100 miles per hour. Six objects on top of it, each moving backwards at a speed of 100 miles per hour. The answer is zero.

Why on Earth are you adding together the speeds of the six objects, when they are all in the same frame of reference? They are all in the frame of reference of the one object moving forwards.

Like 6 people walking down a moving staircase at the same speed as the staircase is moving up. They remain stationary in relation to the background.

Zero.

I still have absolutely no idea how this is supposed to get us to our nearest neighbouring star system.
The six objects moving at a speed of 100 mph. are stacked on top of each other and that stack is placed on a object moving forwards at 100mph.

42. Hence my reference to the relativistic velocity addition formula. You cannot beat the speed of light by stacking speeds on top of each other like that.

And none of this has anything to do with wormholes either, now does it?

43. It has to do with my device.I am not trying to achieve the speed of light.

44. So, please explain clearly, what IS your device supposed to do?

45. Lightspeed, up until now nothing you've posted, either diagrams or explanations, has been at all intelligible.

You've said at one point that your 'device' would allow you to move from one point to another without traversing the space between them.

How?

Failing a comprehensible explanation, I'd suggest this thread be moved.

To where, I leave to the imagination of the reader.

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