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  1. #1 Relative dimensions. 
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    Now im sure most of you are familiar with the TARDIS from Doctor who.....

    And its my assumption that the relative dimension existing inside the tardis is different to that outside, is this because a smaller universe is created inside, and then manipulated as needed?

    If that is too far fetched as to say creating one universe inside another, whence im guessing causality of the "child-universe?" would have no effect on our universe itself... is this even possible? theoretically.

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    If each atom is basically 99% open space, would it be possible through an extremely advanced method of compression to shrink an object to 1% of its current size keeping it in proportion? if there was a way to keep the electrons in respective energy levels around the central nucleus and respective bonds intact without causing any problems to do with the fundamental forces, is this type of compression realistic? or even possible?

    Personally i beleive it is indeed possible to shrink the atom itself due to its open space and mass defect etc (my opinion)..... if you had a cube 1*1*1 metres and a frame with a 0.01*0.01 m gap in it..... using this method of compression if possible, theoretically could it fit through the frame?

    If black holes can compress so much mass into nothing, why cant we find a way some million years into the future also?


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    i'm not sure how much the negatively charged electrons would like being crushed together.

    as an edit:

    i wonder if it could be possible with plasma (totally ionised gas with no electrons) no forces of repulsion to overcome so maybe with enough energy you could compress it down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alc
    Now im sure most of you are familiar with the TARDIS from Doctor who.....

    And its my assumption that the relative dimension existing inside the tardis is different to that outside, is this because a smaller universe is created inside, and then manipulated as needed?

    If that is too far fetched as to say creating one universe inside another, whence im guessing causality of the "child-universe?" would have no effect on our universe itself... is this even possible? theoretically.

    Off-Topic of the post:
    If each atom is basically 99% open space, would it be possible through an extremely advanced method of compression to shrink an object to 1% of its current size keeping it in proportion? if there was a way to keep the electrons in respective energy levels around the central nucleus and respective bonds intact without causing any problems to do with the fundamental forces, is this type of compression realistic? or even possible?

    Personally i beleive it is indeed possible to shrink the atom itself due to its open space and mass defect etc (my opinion)..... if you had a cube 1*1*1 metres and a frame with a 0.01*0.01 m gap in it..... using this method of compression if possible, theoretically could it fit through the frame?

    If black holes can compress so much mass into nothing, why cant we find a way some million years into the future also?
    The black hole super gravity is just a theory. I would put that one with the tooth fairy.

    As the next post mentions electrons, although electrons actually just repel all things. Benjamin Franklin claimed that electrons (particles of electricity in his day) in abundance were positively charged, and held a positive electrical potential. So do I.

    Electrons never touch. They can never be destroyed.

    If you compress matter enough, it blocks ambient radiation and will detonate. No matter what it is made of. Even Twinkies (small American yellow cake dessert) will explode and end the world, if you have enough of them and compress them enough.

    Things explode to save the universe from an expanding high voltage area.


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