Seeking His face as the solace for turbulent times

The Norway Doom Spiral and swirled coffee

It turns out that the Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Connecticut, "Ronald Mallett, thinks time travel is possible -- and he's designed an experiment that could do it. Basically, he wants to "swirl" empty space the way you'd swirl coffee in a cup, using a laser as the stirrer."

Which sorta looks exactly like the event that occurred earlier this month over in Norway. Continuing:

 "Because space and time are more or less the same, swirling empty space could also swirl time. Mallett would then drop subatomic particles into his roiling cup of space-time and see if they're hurtled a few nanoseconds into the future. The idea sounds esoteric, but it's based in solid theory: Einstein's, in fact.""

Here Professor Mallett is explaining the theory in an engaging interview with BBC reporters in 2006. His demo begins at 3:00. He said he is looking for funding to build the machine, which he hopes to complete within the next 10 years. That statement was just under 4 years ago so I do not think that the Norway event was a live test of a completed time machine, especially since the Professor's machine will be a desktop model thrusting one neutron along. But it COULD indicate either another experimenter who is far ahead of Dr. Mallett or at least its similarities provoke a thought about swirling time with  light & laser.

Likely we will never know what that spiral WAS, but it is mentally challenging and spiritually intriguing to wonder about the unexplainable in the world!