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Riemann hypothesis supports topological propulsion and faster than light travel through space time

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As an introduction to this idea, I’ll provide background info from “Cosmos” magazine. Then
I’ll move on to ideas which, today, may seem as fictional as Zefram Cochrane’s first warpdrive
flight in 2063 (in the movie “Star Trek: First Contact”). But today’s science fiction
is sometimes a non-technical preview of tomorrow’s science and technology. Three things
are essential for the movement of both Cosmos’ curved-space robot and the propulsion-less
(by known means) spaceship – shape changing, friction, and gravity. Future computers
will take care of the first condition when they transform parallelograms into topological
shapes. Friction is accounted for by deletion of the 3rd dimension (possible because of
holographic-universe theory) plus topology’s single surfaces and self-intersections. And the
third requirement is satisfied by general relativity’s statement that gravity is the curvature
of space-time. Topological propulsion also provides insights into travelling at significant
fractions of as well as faster than light, the Higgs boson and field, electroweak interaction,
dark matter, dark energy, other dimensions, space-time (eg the expanding-universe question
and time travel), quantum mechanics, quantum computers, the Riemann hypothesis, and
Unidentified Flying Objects.


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