The experiment has since been duplicated 5
more times, but there seems to be a 10 minute barrier that cannot be broken.
Feb 29, 2016
Ha'aretz - Dr. Akiva Rubinstein, head of the Applied Physics Department
at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology,) heading a team of post
graduate students , has designed and constructed a Temporal Tunnel Scope (TTS)
that does not have any limitations. The time lag is proportional to the amount
of energy applied. The process is currently prohibitively expensive, but Dr.
Rubinstein is confident that the price can be reduced.
Mar 23, 2016 17:20
Ma'ariv - In an interview with our correspondent Sarah Bar-Lev, Dr. Akiva
Rubinstein expounded on his TTS (Temporal Tunneling Scope) device. The
implications are world-shattering! Imagine retrieving videos of Christ's sermons
and/or his Crucifixion, or Moses splitting the Red Sea. When asked if it was
possible to get future images, Dr. Rubinstein likened time to a wave in the sea,
the past being the travelled path of the wave and the future a sea of
possibility - the present would then be the crest of the wave. In his analogy,
the future exists only as a sea of possibilities, so travelling to it is not an option.
Nov 1, 2016 14:20
The Guardian - At the close of the 2016 interfaith conference in Salt
Lake City, Rabbi Joel Lewinsky, Executive Vice President of the Chicago Board of
Rabbis, issued a statement condemning Dr. Akiva Rubinstein's temporal
experiments and asking the world to come together in faith and ban those
experiments for the rest of eternity. Rabbi Lewinsky has done so on behalf of
The Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions, an organization of whose
Board of Trustees he is a member.