Kerr black holes( Roy Kerr


Senior Member
Feb 8, 2015
I really liked the pictures of the John Titor "time-machine" that was built into an ex US army ammunition case, and the microphone you see coming out of it was connected to a CB radio to keep in touch with his mates and their time-travel wind up :D..

:whistle: timetravel16_08.jpg :eek:


Junior Member
Sep 1, 2017
kerr blackhole sound easy but the math is hard and it possible that delta t antena and montauk project is all about creating kerr black hole

Rotating black holes are formed in the gravitational collapse of a massive spinning star or from the collapse of a collection of stars or gas with a total non-zero angular momentum

for example:if delta-t antenna is for creating rotational field then you only need some mass or [compressed gas]

about kerr black hole
Titor: Through trial and error, and although they are quite heavy, hot and capable of putting out a great deal of energy (300 - 500 megawatts), it's discovered that these microsingularities can be electrified and captured. It is also interesting to note at this point that electrified singularities also have two event horizons. By spinning these various microsingularities, a localized Kerr field is created.

Fortunately, most black holes are not static. They spin. Spinning black holes are often referred to as Kerr black holes. A Kerr black hole has two interesting properties. One, they have two event horizons and two, the singularity is not a point, it looks more like a donut. These odd properties also have a pronounced affect on the black hole’s gravity. There are vectors where you can approach the singularity without being crushed by gravity.

By using two microsingularites in close proximity to each other, it is possible to create, manipulate and alter the Kerr fields to create a Tipler gravity sinusoid. This field can be adjusted, rotated and moved in order to simulate the movement of mass through a donutshaped singularity and into an alternate world line. Thus, safe time travel.