In this instructable you will learn how to teleport within the universe you put together using the direction of my previous instructable, How To: Construct Your Very Own Universe.
**I am not responsible for any misstep resulting in any negative outcome - BUILD A TELEPORTATION DEVICE AT YOUR OWN RISK!**
- a reasonable supply of insulation
- a large supply of conductive material
- a large supply of dielectric material
- a massive power supply
- a universe of at the very least one star built according to the instructions in the instructable mentioned above
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Step 1: Make a Wormhole
First you will need to build a capacitor with a large enough hole in the center to fit anything you're interested in dispatching across space-time.
Cut, forge, mold, (etc.) your conductive material into two large plates with a hole in the middle cut to your liking.
Trace the same shape onto your dielectric material and cut that out.
Sandwich your dielectric between your two conducting plates and insulate the hole in the center to avoid electric shock when you begin sending things through.
**Note: capacitors can be EXTREMELY DANGEROUS so proceed with caution - considering the amount of power it will take to achieve teleportation, it will likely be the end of you if you were to short out the system during operation - BE CAREFUL!!!**
Activate your power supply and charge your capacitor.
The greater the power applied, the more space is compressed at the center of your capacitor; with a little tuning the hole you cut in your capacitor will become a (twinkling-heavenly-body)gate of your very own.
Don't start tossing stuff through just yet. We'll get to that in a moment.
Step 2: The Photon
Next, you’ll use a star within your universe to help you understand how this ‘time travel’ works.
Your star is releasing energy in the form of wave-particle photons. These photons are waves through the substance of space and a particle made of time.
The particle is what we’re interested in and is crucial in the amount of range you’ll have when you begin teleporting.
This step is easy as the star you’ve created is doing all the work of releasing photons, but it is important that you understand what is going on in the temporal realm of these particles.
The temporal volume of a particle of time expands according to the relative energy of the photon against the relative gravity of the system. In systems of extreme gravity only your most energetic photons will escape, and those that do will be of a lower frequency than when they began (see gravitational redshift).
Well what does that have to do with teleportation?
You will use these volumes of time to regulate distances for travel through space.
Step 3: Entanglement
In your universe when two photons interact with one another and become entangled, the temporal effect is a volume of time expanding between the two.
The result is two photons that share the same particle form and by default, the same wave form as well. Any action taken upon one will result in an immediate change observed in the other.
I mention entanglement because this method of manipulating photons will allow you to establish measurable volumes of time through which to build your bridge. This will minimize the likelihood that you’ll meet an unhappy end a lightyear away from home in the blood boiling vacuum of space.
Step 4: Time to Teleport
Now for the fun part.
Trap two entangled photons with a distance between them, one where you’ll begin and one where you’d like things to end up.
Now activate your capacitor to compress space across the time between your two photons.
Let me firmly suggest at this point that you experiment first with inanimate objects - for the sake of your conscience, no siblings or family pets to begin with.
Once you are comfortable with your power settings and the stability and reliability of your system you may begin to exploit this method of travel for any number of uses.
Good luck and enjoy!