He relates the device to that used in the Philadelphia Experiment. His device does not allow an object to travel through absolute space-time though. He said that by putting fruit in the device, that he could observe it's decay in a matter of minutes. The objects inside the device would only notice a shift in time.. inside the device. Once outside the device though, everything would be the same.
If you are wanting to travel through time, you would hope that you could stay the same on the inside while the objects changed on the outside. Does anyone have a solution to that?[/b]
Many people claim that the ship was made invisible and teleported from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Norfolk, Virginia. I do not believe this to be plausible because the supposed teleportation device did not surround the ship. It would be senseless to teleport blindly. I have not reasearched this thoroughly though because I am skeptic, but I do not doubt that Tesla was a genius. I just don't understand why most TT advocates believe everything that they hear.
In order to travel into the outside future, we must first master teleportation. Unless you can teleport through space, then how do you expect to teleport through time? TimeBender's device may or may not be real, but it is apparent that it would not allow us to travel into the outside future.[/b]
Did any of the crew supposedly survive ? If there were a 'blank spot' within the field, say a particularly well shielded air-lock or proximity to a turbine and it's own strong field ?[/b]