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1. Field of the Invention

This invention relates generally to the field of time travel.  Moreover it pertains specifically to technologies that manipulate objects in our current environment. 


2. Description of Related Art 

Is time travel possible?  Einstein stated that time travel is possible if an object can travel faster than the speed of light.  He also discovered that no object in the universe can travel faster than the speed of light, which disproves his time travel theory.  He is right in that different space has “slightly” different time, but for the most part, time travel into the past or future is impossible. 

Other theories related to time travel will include using worm holes, using black holes, warping time, spinning the earth backwards and using cosmic strings.  These are theories that have been past down from generation to generation.  They don’t work very well because these theories are difficult or impossible to implement in the real world. 



All inventions below are encapsulated which means they are built on top of each other.  The present invention, called the practical time machine, need all 9 inventions in order to build.   


  1. Universal artificial intelligence
  2. Human level artificial intelligence
  3. AI robots thousands of times smarter than human beings
  4. Exponential human artificial intelligence
  5. The time machine
  6. Signalless internet and signalless telephone systems
  7. Dynamic efficient virtual and real robots
  8. The atom manipulator
  9. Ghost machines


The understanding of how the practical time machine works will require the understanding of all 9 inventions previous to it.  The reader should have a comprehensive understanding of all 9 inventions before proceeding onward.

The practical time machine makes time travel possible.  It works by having super intelligent robots create a timeline of planet Earth every fraction of a nanosecond for the past and future.  A time traveler will set a time travel date, said time traveler comprising at least one object; and said time traveler can be in at least one of the following states:  frozen state and controlled changed state.  Next, an atom manipulator is used to manipulate the environment, incrementally, according to the timeline.  The atom manipulator generates what is known as “ghost machines” to change the environment in an intelligent way.  These ghost machines can be small like a molecule or it can be big like a forklift.  Sometimes, thousands of ghost machines are created and they have to work together in order to change the environment.  The creation of the ghost machines, their intelligence, and their physical actions are controlled by the atom manipulator.  From the current environment, the atom manipulator will incrementally manipulate the current environment until it reaches said time travel date.    

The practical time machine doesn’t just allow objects to travel in time, it can cut and paste objects from any time period.  It can essentially “bring people back from the dead”.  For example, a person that died in 1941 can be brought back to life in 2009.  Famous people and actors can all be brought back from the dead.  Non-intelligent objects such as bridges and statues can also be restored to its prime in 2009.  Remember, the timeline tracks all atoms, electrons and EM radiations every fraction of a nanosecond for Earth.  Most of the atoms that existed in 1800 are still here together (thanks to Earth’s gravity).  All the atom manipulator has to do is find these atoms and put all these atoms together again, forming the deceased object.     

How do you create a perfect timeline of Earth for the past and future?  How does the atom manipulator change the environment?  How does the ghost machines work?  How do you collect information from the environment with minimal tampering?  How do you know the movements of an electron orbiting its nucleus?  How do you predict future events with pinpoint accuracy?  These are some questions that will be answered in this patent application. 


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