FX 8 (Sci-fi) part from Infinite Egress

Mason Wright
2 minutes

Approach Teleportation and Time Travel like a computer hacker. The physics of matter are an obstruction to Teleportation and Time Travel, but this obstruction can be bypassed. Energy can be used to hack into Unity. Aim and emit high frequency random (or maybe skilled*) laser pulses of brief duration at an object until it reaches Unity. Then, fire one last very high frequency burst upon the object, it should be loosened up sufficiently to instantly traverse space at least, if not time. The disappearance of the object is not proof however, but is interesting. With practice, one should grow more adept at directing the object where one deems. Manipulating Unity should enable nascent phenomena. Getting an object to resonate at unity is like playing a musical instrument. With enough jiggling and energy, the object begins to enter into Unity.*Alternately, start with regular pulses then gradually work up to full randomness. It might also be more feasible to start with lower frequency pulses (to grab the physicality of the object) then elevate to higher frequency, briefer, random pulses.

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