The Reality Of Time Travel | The Theory Of Time Travel And A Plausible Explanation

There are many theories of time travel, from split timelines to multiple dimensions. Over the years I have put a lot of thought into time travel and the inherent paradoxes it seems to create, and devised my own theory to solve the time travel equation. I believe I have a theory that adheres to logic and eliminates paradoxes, and it doesn't include a nuclear explosion if... read more

On The Plausibility of Hoverboards | Do Real Hoverboards Exist? Is Levitation Technology Real?

For decades scifi fans and tech lovers have dreamed of a real life, practical hoverboard. Since Back to the Future and Star Wars, dreams of using future hover technology have captured the imaginations of youth who would grow up to attempt to achieve such technology in real life. Dreams of hoverboards, hoverbikes, hovercrafts, and floating flight have not been... read more

How To Create An Alternate Internet DNS System | Bypass Internet Restrictions, Censorship, And Even Bypass Total Internet Shutdown

There is a big problem in the world of the internet today. This problem is that the organizations regulating and subsequently controlling the internet are a monopoly. In order to solve this serious problem, there are two potential solutions: to break up ICANN, or bypass DNS. The first solution, which will probably not ever happen, is to somehow break up ICANN, as Brad... read more

Plausibility of Liquid Metal Machines From the Terminator Movies | Possibilities of Living Machines Made Out of Sentient Liquid Metal

Most people today, especially in western culture, have either seen or heard about Liquid Metal from the movie Terminator. The 80's scifi time-travel classic portrayed sentient robots made out of a material that could alter its state from a solid to a liquid at will. However, the deeper problem is not the fundamental ability to change states of matter, but rather the... read more

Intelligent Electricity, Could It Be Possible? | An Insane Original Theory That Stretches Your Imagination

This is totally my theory, and could it theoretically be possible? To understand if it could theoretically be possible, first you need to imagine what intelligent electricity would look like. Not as in what it would physically look like, but how it would function in all practicality. So, What Is Intelligent Electricity Exactly? Intelligent electricity as I conceive... read more

The Future of Consumer Internet Connectivity and Demise of Oligopoly ISP Giants

To understand what the future of internet connectivity will be, you have to understand several things. First, you need to understand how people connect to the internet right now. Most people do not know anything about how the internet works besides that they pay their ISP every month for internet access, and that they put a password into their computer to access wifi from... read more

What If You Could Breathe Underwater? Could An Artificial Gill Ever Be Created?

If an idea alone would give you rights to an invention, I'd be rich. I remember thinking, why don't we just make an apparatus that has gills like the fish, so that we don't need oxygen tanks? I was 5 when I first came up the the idea. Throughout my childhood, I had many dreams where I could breathe underwater - and I was sad when I awakened to our world where humans... read more

It Is Scientifically Possible To Physically See Back In Time, In Real Time

I thought of this a few years ago, although only now do I realize how it would be actually possible to implement. Back then I thought, if there was a glint of reflection of light, we could see into our own past. I'm jumping ahead of myself. Some years ago, I wrote this down: When we look out at the known universe, we are looking out into the past, essentially... read more

Faster than light speed travel? With new recent breakthroughs it may be in fact possible – in a way

In the year 2000, almost 15 years ago, scientists blew away the light speed record by making a laser travel at 300 TIMES the speed of light. Essentially, you can make one end of a light wave travel faster, as long as the other end travels equally slower, so that the total speed across the whole wave does not exceed the speed of light (300 million m/s). Thus, if you... read more