Received: October 29, 2018; Published: November 02, 2018
*Corresponding author: Seun Ayoade, Department of Physiology, Nigeria
Could the secret to time travel and time manipulation be hiding in plain sight? Are physicists looking to wormholes, gravity, speed, light, infinite cylinders, black holes, cosmic strings etc. [1,2] when they should be examining the ubiquitous microscopic entities right under their very noses- cellular dust that could predate the Big Bang? [3-5] When you look at time as something that was created (and hence can be destroyed) and not something that evolved or “just is”, the approach to manipulating time changes radically. What if scientists found a way to make microzyma do their bidding? What if we could make myriads of microzymas coordinate when, how and why we wanted for as long as we wanted? Eventually we could [theoretically] attain the ability to control time [a product of the microzymas]. We would have created the perfect tool! NOVEL methods of time travel could be developed by utilizing microzymas.
‘When you make a film, you’re capturing something elusive and you’re stopping time. The people, their performances, the story become a thing that can be shared by people all over the world for generations and generations. Imagine.’  Michael Jackson. Microzyma/cellular dust could come in handy to create a device that can look into the past or future i.e. a Time Viewer. We’ve all “looked” into the past before. If you’ve seen a movie, watched a dated newsreel or looked at your old school photographs you have seen time eternally frozen in a moment. Unlike these however a time viewer is a theoretical device that would enable you view the past while in the present, and without said event having been conventionally recorded at the said time. Speaking simply, one could see, for instance to the year 1400 AD, before photography existed and view and record an event of interest. For now, a time viewer only exists in the world of science fiction, but I predict that studying microzyma could theoretically bring such a device into the world of reality! Such a device would certainly be easier to invent than a time Machine!
The microzyma in, on and around us have been around for a long time. The microzyma in your mouth were alive during World War 1, these same microzyma were around during the American war of independence, and they were alive and kicking in the time of Plato, Shakespeare and Socrates. These microzyma lived with dinosaurs and “saw” the pyramids being built. Since microzyma create cells etcetera the microzyma must certainly have some “memory” ability and some sort of brain. Peering into the microzyman brain, is it not possible to one day see and record all the immortal microzyma have seen? This is the basis of the backward-looking time viewer I propose and envision. In summary a backwards looking time viewing device will be a device that can download and display the single or collective memory of the microzymas. As to a forwardlooking time viewer, it will likely involve the principles I propose in the following lines.
If microzyma created time, once, a long time ago, there is no reason to think microzyma cannot do it again, or actually destroy time.
Assume or imagine TIME to be a forward flowing river moving at a fixed rate [24 hours a day, 365 days a year]. If we wanted to go faster than this rate [time travel to the future] or wanted to move slower than this rate/ backwards in the river [time travel to the past] an option could be to “vanish” parts of the river in either direction. This is time travel by time destruction. Time will be “un-created” by the microzymas. This is time travel by destroying/vanishing time. ‘Water’ is removed from the ‘river of time’ for a faster journey.
Going backward in time by the reverse of the above process.
Similar to time addition, forwards or backwards-creating time buffers to shield time, so no one [except the time traveller] notices missing/extra time. Time buffers solve mysteries like the grandfather paradox, meeting your infant self in the past or aged self in the future, the butterfly effect and related speculations etc. Time buffers will also be necessary if one wants to “freeze” time i.e. suspend all time while a lone time traveller accomplishes a mission in either the past, present or future.
This method is only possible if there are parallel universes. In his book, Opticks (1704), Isaac Newton suggested the idea of a multiverse viz “And since Space is divisible in infinitum, and Matter is not necessarily in all places, it may be also allowed that God is able to create Particles of Matter of several Sizes and Figures, and in several Proportions to Space, and perhaps of different Densities and Forces, and thereby to vary the Laws of Nature, and make Worlds of several sorts in several Parts of the Universe. At least, I see nothing of Contradiction in all this.” In this method time is added or removed from/to other universes. Imagine there being three rivers of time running parallel. To ‘slow’ time and go to the past more ‘water’ is added from a nearby ‘river’ to the time travellers own ‘river’. To go to the future the time traveller scoops water from his own river and pipes it into a nearby ‘river’ of time. All with the aid of microzyma of course.
Converting space to time and time to space by microzyman reactions. Simply put, a continuum conversion.
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