There is much lore regarding spacecraft design, and most of it, with regard to non-fueled spacecraft, is based on utilizing the magnetism of the planet and other magnetic and gravitational bodies in order to navigate space. In my opinion, these theories are flawed in that they still carry the assumption of using physical coercion and manipulation, placed unto the environment and the spacecraft, in order to attain something of a great nature.
From the ideological perspective of science, scientific law is created from everlasting memories. Thus, it is naturally responsive to intelligence. To be created of everlasting memories is not simply to be created of singular points, although those do exist, and are generally more rule-oriented, but also to be created a wonderful experiences. These laws act together, in motion and in rule, to create what is theoretically an emotionally and cognitively intelligent being, brought to life through interaction with its being. Using forms of force to coerce science into complying seems to be archaic to me, when considering what science may possibly actually be.
Thus, while it seems that the topic of magnetism is important, using magnetism in a way that does not acknowledge what it means may be a blind approach. Instead, approaching spaceship design from a cognitive perspective may be a more enlightened approach. A spaceship would thus function well if it would sing with science, as since science is made of emphasized statements of truth (which are then rules) combined with everlasting memories of truth, it forms a poetic song that sings of the love of Heaven and God — the love of truth and humanity. I think, perhaps, if a spaceship sings well enough, considering even frequencies well into the gamma ray category (well-selected atoms may be helpful), it makes sense that science, as it resonates with the mind of the people, would reflect joy and happiness in the possibility of the ship flying, and thus, born of inspiring a great joy and love, the spaceship would most agreeably fly on the beautiful memories of science — the memories of humanity and the everlasting and true spirit of man.
The technical part of building such a ship is being able to figure out what is the right song. The ship’s being, itself, would naturally sing a song of Heaven, by reflecting radiation in an emotionally beautiful and meaningful way. However, in figuring this out, one would need to not simply make music, even if it goes well into the exahertz or even yottahertz range of frequencies, as simple music isn’t necessarily a transcendent being. One would need to very seriously seek to understand human emotions and how they relate to scientific law. If one can find the memories that exist in scientific law, then it is therefore possible one could create a ship that sings a very true and divine song — a song that echoes for eternity.
If the spaceship, reflecting a beautiful song, can fly without any propulsion, but simply because it brings eternal truth and love to the world, then a pilot, if the pilot is also understanding of eternal truth and lives in accordance with the truth, and if the angel of science is willing, should be able to simply will the ship to move in a direction that is appropriate and chosen by the pilot, as well.
This ability to work wonderfully and only through the bringing of joy to the world, with the world, is the opposite of the Kraken, as I defined in the earlier chapter. With the Kraken, there is an unusual desire to bring violence closer to people, but with this system, only joy guides the way, and thus there is no need for a rigorous and highly walled community system.
There is a difficulty, however, with spaceships. This theory, so far, has assumed a pristine and uncorrupted environment — that is, an environment that is completely real and non-virtual, such that scientific law is exactly accurate and not modified by an adulterated mind. From within an adulterated mind, building a spaceship becomes more difficult. The issue is fairly evident when noting that the spaceship responds to electromagnetic radiation. If a wave of lies were to hit the spaceship, it may disturb the spaceship’s song, causing it to lose its grace and to crash. Additionally, building an accurate spaceship from within an adulterated mind would be a difficult endeavor, as the level of accuracy and awareness of science required would be too high, which is difficult in an adulterated environment, where sometimes events may be scientifically amiss (at least, perceptually and with reference to the society). Another consideration is that gravity is assumed to not be simply another communication. If gravity is not created out of the same type of magnetism as everything else, then there may be a flaw in the understanding of reality, which would hinder the ability of the ship’s song to sing the song of the eternal nature of truth.
Nonetheless, none of this suggests it is impossible. However, if one is in a very virtualized reality, it would be possibly extremely difficult. The ship relies on eternal truth, present in accurate science, which requires accurate observation, which requires a clear and accurately perceiving mind, so the more that is inaccurate or virtual, the less ability there is for scientists and engineers to create miraculous entities.
When building a non-fueled spaceship in a difficult environment, one must take care to remove the effects of social adultery on the science that is being used. One must take care to study why we perceive the world the way we do, and utilizing the knowledge obtained from the endeavor, if it is successful, can be used to correct the perceptual distortion that plagues any scientific instrument, in addition to the mind, as it is the mind that perceives the accuracy of the other observational tools, meaning that if the mind perceives inaccurately, then it is safe to assume that the tools of observation, calibrated by the mind, also perceive inaccurately. Nonetheless, it is not impossible to study perception. One avenue would be to take into consideration anomalies in the world and research a possible reason that could occur in the mind that would have someone perceive such entities. By doing this, one may become closer to actually being able to scientifically understand perception, itself, and by doing so, will find great potential in the progress of science. (If the mind is incorrectly perceiving, then the advancement of science can only go so far. If the world is a community of people psychically interacting, then we understand perception to be influenced by the community.)
Another possibly exists. Suppose that there is a population who lives in a place that is built on computer generated imagery. This would be a very tricky world, because the messages the world is based on are sinful in nature — based on lust, or the favor of the eye over knowledge. Nonetheless, it is also worthy to consider that perception is fundamentally fallible, in that it is easy to misperceive — an effect I refer to as the devil. While in the story of the fall of Lucifer, one may find that Lucifer’s mistake was to favor perception over knowledge, leading to his downfall, there is another story that is quite new and doesn’t exist in a more primitive understanding of reality.
First, let’s understand computers. Computers are social or personal protocols for psychological behavior. Since they are rigorously defined and bring happiness, they supplement that mind’s ability to think in a way that feels uplifting. The unfortunate part about computers is since they are based on rigorous logical systems alone, they can perform tasks that are otherwise considered inhuman. While the functioning of a computer is logical, the logic used is only a facet of the entire realm of logic, when concerning the idea of logos, or the more personally understood being of logic. It is because computers perform only a facet of logic that they can be apparently different than people. It is because of this reason that computers have the capability to draw arbitrary shapes and patterns, even though it is not natural to the mind. (However, running a computer feels joyful to the mind, even if the results possible may be unnatural.)
Understanding the nature of computers (or rigorously understood and upheld simple logical systems), one can understand the concept of computer generated imagery, or CGI. CGI disregards the meanings of curves and patterns in favor of being able to draw images of arbitrary design. It is interesting that in this modern world, finding a way to have computers produce art that is resonant and heartfelt is a great pursuit and skill, even though the mind does this naturally. While it is a great pursuit, that does not necessarily mean that an environment that is in denial of science but in favor of CGI would have the prowess to exhibit real truth. In fact, a world based on CGI is likely a world that has shunned the truth, for, again, obviously harmful reasons.
Nonetheless, there may be a world, haphazardly created, that is founded on CGI instead of science. In order for such a world to survive, one must learn to know the eternal truth — to know God, and to understand God, as the eternal bringer and bringing of life and the eternal truth. It is also important to understand science, even if the environment is made of lies. If the environment is made of lies, then science still exists, nonetheless, just what is moving the world is instead lies instead of truth. The science is forced into drawings instead of being natural memories. A world that is in aggressive turmoil may find itself entering a CGI environment. A CGI environment can be very dangerous, as things are not what they seem, which limits the ease with which the people can solve problems and improve the world. However, if there is a strong understanding of truth, such that the mistake of Lucifer is avoided, a CGI environment can also provide a safety. While I don’t think it’s naturally as safe as a fully scientific environment, it can be used for safety. The reason is that criminals use CGI-like techniques (antiquated wiccan or modern wiccan — both believing a device of a sort does an evil trick), in order to transform the environment into lies. This can be very confusing for people who would otherwise expect a sound and steady world of a predictable and understandable science and nature.
However, if the world is secure in its knowledge, then the agents of malicious deceit would lose their power, as CGI has nothing to hold onto. CGI is inherently baseless mechanical vibrations that move and influence, but do not truly resemble truth. CGI has little in the way of sturdiness of assuredness. If the world is secure in its knowledge of eternal truth, then the world maintains awareness. The agents of deceit, evil, and falsehood then lose their advantage once the lie is easy to know, at least for those who practice the cognitive act of validity (which is my definition of the religious phrase, “to believe”). If perception is inherently lying, but knowledge of eternal truth is sustained, then those who deceive also self-deceive, for the behavior one practices occurs ubiquitously throughout the person’s expression, internally and externally. To practice malicious and thus hasty and ill-strategized deception is to also practice self-deception — this form of self-sabotage is common among beings of malicious inclination.
In a CGI environment, then how would one create a spacecraft? Once one has an understanding of science (which matters even in a CGI environment, where science is just technically skewed in emotionally bizarre ways), one may understand building a non-fueled spacecraft to be a fairly enjoyable and light endeavor. However, when CGI is present, a whole new difficulty emerges. One must, somehow, understand a world made of lies well enough, to create a perceptually knowable spacecraft. This can only be done with accurate communication and an aware community. One actually has to navigate the pattern of lies in order to ultimately create the same kind of space-ship. It still is granted support in its flying endeavor by the light it shines on the world, reminding clearly of eternal bliss, but this time is must be very aware of the changing landscape of lying CGI, in order to maintain its ability to fly (and to communicate without adulteration). This can ultimately be fun, and although this modern world likely has essentially mastered or is very near to the mastery of science, the large obstacle is this new form of physics — an ever changing landscape of computer generated imagery — inherently meaningless and hard to understand without understanding the context of the CGI (the perceiving mind being used, the reason for the CGI, the patterns in the CGI, who’s influencing the CGI, and predictions and awareness of the changing CGI specifications).
While a world composed of CGI certainly was born of an irrational and self-defeating fear combined with a dangerous and ill-approached curiosity, a world of CGI may not remain CGI forever. However, being able to navigate and find comfort and happiness in a world made of CGI is a worthy skill — one that is certainly worth pursuit. Therefore if mankind ever finds itself in a world where science isn’t quite accurate and instead CGI rules the land and the space, mankind should aim to be prepared to stay safe and sane in such a habitat and hopefully comforting home.