Gravitation. Light, Quantum Computing and New Methods of Deep Space ExplorationAuthor(s): Christopher Portosa Stevens
Physicists speak of and describe the nature of “causal spaces” in physics: This work recognizes an unrecognized “causal space” or set of “causal spaces” in the nature of space-time and gravity: send a stream of particles at the speed of light ahead of a spacecraft or space vessels travelling through space, and, given the nature and potential of quantum information and quantum computing, program instructions on the particles travelling at the speed of light to spark an explosion at a specific time interval of light-years ahead of the spacecraft; the stream of particles travelling at the speed of light ahead of the spacecraft would thus have instructions to explode or spark an explosion, such as in or near an energy or fuel source like a nebula, that would generate a gigantic mass large enough to shrink space and pull stars and planets, and even possibly galaxies, toward the gigantic mass triggered by the explosion. Thus, space shrinks, and the distance required by the spacecraft to travel across the universe to particular stars, planets, solar systems, or galaxies reduces or shrinks. This strategy of space exploration is also the opposite or an opposite of all previous models of space exploration.