This technology pertains to the development of a systematic construct within the dimension of super-magnetism, that allows the easy navigation within super-magnetic space. The areas of permeation outside of normal dimensions of space matter vary in dimensions, unlike the universe, and may require various types of pylons, portals, beacons, and winches to hold the super-magnetic forces in place to avoid drastic changes in super-magnetism that could lead to significant changes in hull pressure on any spacecraft navigating within the super-magnetic space. Some of the areas are very close together in-between two dimensions of two different universes, while other spaces have greater amounts of space filled with greater intensities of super-magnetism. These variations may be used in different ways, while the variables of the super-magnetic space travel would need to be programmed based on the variables of super-magnetic space. The super-magnetic dimensional gateway portals are for the purpose of making sure that in the beginning of navigating through different universes and different dimensions of space through the super-magnetic layer, that there is a way to get back to the original location. Otherwise there could be too much super-magnetism that could crush the hull, or there could be too much distance in-between the origination and destination to determine how far the travel was, since the speed of travel may lead the computer to determine infinity. This is why geospatial technology is important, because the speed of travel and the length of travel based on sensors may not always be accurate in anomalies that the technologies would not work in.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Space (S)