This book is an investigation into the possibility that messages and
perhaps even objects can be made to travel at rates that exceed what is referred to as the
Einstein barrier or the speed of light. In the late sixties, J.S. Bell showed that in order to
explain certain experimental results physicists must invoke real superluminal links between quantum particles.
In effect, Bell's theorem
states that after two particles interact in a conventional way and then move apart outside the range of the interaction, the particles continue
to influence each other instantaneously via a real connection which joins them together with undiminished strength no matter how distant their
separation becomes. The spawning of an interest in devising superluminal communications devices based upon this quantum connection ultimately
resulted in the writing of this piece. It is an investigation into the possibility that messages and perhaps even objects can be made to travel
at rates that exceed what is referred to as the Einstein barrier or the speed of light.
The author is quick to point out that although the
theory of relativity establishes the velocity of light as the universe's ultimate speed limit, it does not by itself prohibit the propagation of
superluminal signals. In fact, he asserts that relativity predicts superluminal connections and actually supports the notion, believe it or
not, of time travel. Want to learn more? If so than take a peek through the crack in Einstein's cosmic egg with a copy of this challenging and
audacious work of science nonfiction.