Author:  Leshan C

Abstract: Herein this paper is presented an alternative method for teleportation that can send a body to virtually any point in the universe in no time. Teleportation would consist of sending a body outside the universe into zero-space in order to reappear at another point in the universe. It would be necessary to create the geometry similar to that of a black hole where the start point will coincide with endpoint.

Keywords: teleportation, space-time, special relativity, zero-point space, virtual hole, black hole



The basic description of teleportation is making body "A" disappear into point 1 and reappear in another point (point 2) by curving space-time so that point 1 will coincide with point 2. For teleportation to be possible we must create a geometry similar to that of black hole for an instant, where points 1 and 2 can be made to coincide thereby forming a channel between them. There would be basically no passage of time getting from point 1 to point 2 as there would be no space to traverse.

We can see some of the properties of teleportation via simple mechanical motion. Let’s assume that body A has uniform and linear motion. Body A will then pass distance "d" in time "t" without any energy expense and consequently the energy expenditure for teleportation at any distances will always be equal to zero. The energy expenses come in altering the fields of force so that points 1 and 2 will have the same force characteristics as teleportation would not possible if the fields of force are different at the two points.

The connection of the points 1 and 2 must be done through zero-point space (ZPS).1 By doing this we have not only decreased d to zero but also t to zero. This option will be the only viable form of space travel as the speed of light can not be superceded within the universe itself.


Hole Vacuum

Let us imagine the universe having the shape of a sphere suspended in a "zero-space".1 The distance between every two points from the external surface of this sphere would be equal to zero, because zero-space is a point and length does not exist. The external area of this sphere would be also be equal to zero. Moreover this border can not exist in a single place because the cosmological principle would then be violated (the principle according to which there can not be places or points privileged towards another place or point of the universe). As things stand, the border of the universe must pass through every point of the space.1 These virtual holes in space and time must exist at every point in the universe and are called "vacuum with holes" or "the hole vacuum".2

What would happen if we sent body A outside the Universe? Since zero-space is a point and where time as a property does not exist, therefore it can not contain body A and consequently body A will appear in the real universe at that same moment in time. With the distances between zero-space and any other point of universe being equal to zero, these holes can potentially exist in every point of universe. Theoretically, body A could appear at random in at point of in the Universe.

Let us do the following thought experiment. In order to send body A outside of the universe we must first create a closed surface which consist vacuum holes around body A, for but an instant in time. Then we ask, where was the body A during that time that it was surrounded by vacuum holes? Since a spherical body can not exist within a hole and a body can not exist outside of the universe, therefore body A had to be existing at another point in the Universe already (i.e. point 2). If we then destroy the hole’s surface and thereby the channel that connected points 1 and 2, body A will then remain at point 2. Inside such a hole, the surface geometry must be similar to that of a black hole which is completely isolated from the external universe.

Such a hole would have the distances between every two neighboring points decreasing from the hole’s center to its surface until all of the distances will be equal to zero on the hole’s surface. To an internal observer, the distance between the center and the surface of the hole becomes infinite and likewise time would slow down as the observer moved from the center to the surface of the hole according to special relativity. Therefore it would necessarily follow that we would have a case of infinite time and zero distance on the closed surface of such a hole.

The receiver of matter could be built in following manner. After the disappearance of body A, it would reappear in a place that did not violate the energy conservation law. The potential of the force field must be the same at the both points otherwise we would have a "perpetuum mobile" that would be have energy arising from nothing. For example, body A disappears from the surface of Earth and reappears at altitude of 100m above the Earth. Then when body A falls and work has occurred then all of the processes are repeated. Therefore body A could only appear in a place where such a processes was not possible.

The transmission of matter could be via internal or external hole production. First let us present a station that has a spherical room where a material body is introduced for teleportation (the sphere having a minimal volume). On the external surface of sphere is the equipment to produce vacuum holes around body A. The other option would be for body A to produce a hole’s surface around itself which could then allow it to teleport itself repeatedly to random points in universe. In this case a receiver for the teleported matter would not be necessary. Energy expenditure would be necessary for the curvature of space-time but not for the movement of the body from point 1 to point 2 as previously described.

When and if such a teleportation station is produced, it must be friction free and quite durable. Crafts that were teleported would not know their endpoint until a receiver system could be built. Such teleportation systems would need to be able to alter space-time in order to produce the necessary holes. Teleportation should become one of humanity’s highest goals as other forms of space travel are inherently impractical.



1. Leshan C., Thought Experiment to the Border of Universe, Journal of Theoretics, Vol.1 No.4, Oct./Nov. 1999

2. Conference proceeding, ICPS`94, S.Peterburg, 1994.

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