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Black Holes Generate Entropy Waves Like Gravitational Waves, But With Time. Time Influenced By Entropy Is Incoherent And Not Reaching Dark Matter.

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#1 pittsburghjoe

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Posted 02 May 2020 - 06:30 AM

If incoherent time gets more and more coherent as it travels away from a black hole, does it mean dark matter cannot use coherent time?
Anything physical in this reality apparently requires incoherent time/entropy.
A black hole is what generates entropy that shreds up time waves to be incoherent.
 
Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Pi
 
Coherent light doesn’t cause particles to decohere ..so Coherent time doesn’t either.
 
spatial (holographic) + incoherent or coherent time = the spacetime fabric
 
Maxwell might show me how to make a coherent time field that has incoherent waves propagating in it. Incoherent excitations in a time field?
 
Entropy waves have internal energy and velocity that remains constant (unless a gravitational potential is introduced). Gravity wells weaken entropy and the reason they don't reach dark matter.
 
Entropy is Incoherence. Time is influenced by Entropy. Gravitational waves, but with Time.


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Posted 02 May 2020 - 08:03 AM

Incoherent time is not absolutely everywhere. Coherent waves would never be coherent. Quantum behavior would never occur. There is a quantum/classical divide because incoherent time can not reach particles naturally.



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 08:07 AM

Crank, you don't know ****. Gibberish!



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 09:03 AM

lol, simpleton



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 09:10 AM

X²⁺ⁿ is mathematical rotations.
Inflation: Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Pi, if ⁿ is ∞
When bifurcation will occur: Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Feigenbaum constant



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 09:21 AM

X²⁺ⁿ is mathematical rotations.
Inflation: Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Pi, if ⁿ is ∞
When bifurcation will occur: Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Feigenbaum constant

Pure Crackpottery!



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 01:08 PM

Crank, you don't know shit. Gibberish!

There's better ways of expressing your point. Keep it highbrow please. Warning, warning.

 



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 01:20 PM

 

If incoherent time gets more and more coherent as it travels away from a black hole, does it mean dark matter cannot use coherent time?
Anything physical in this reality apparently requires incoherent time/entropy.
A black hole is what generates entropy that shreds up time waves to be incoherent.
 
Golden ratio * X²⁺ⁿ / Pi
 
Coherent light doesn’t cause particles to decohere ..so Coherent time doesn’t either.
 
spatial (holographic) + incoherent or coherent time = the spacetime fabric
 
Maxwell might show me how to make a coherent time field that has incoherent waves propagating in it. Incoherent excitations in a time field?
 
Entropy waves have internal energy and velocity that remains constant (unless a gravitational potential is introduced). Gravity wells weaken entropy and the reason they don't reach dark matter.
 
Entropy is Incoherence. Time is influenced by Entropy. Gravitational waves, but with Time.

 

This is incoherent, for sure. I'm going to give you around 3 days to provide:

  • links to definitions that support the way you are using words. especially "coherent"(and it's variants) and entropy.
  • anything at all in science literature about "entropy waves" being used in the way you describe.

You've been warned a few times about this random half-cocked posting style. It's not acceptable. I'm getting real tired of seeing your account needing CONSTANT moderation actions. Fix that, or the next action will be a "vacation."



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Posted 02 May 2020 - 05:03 PM

https://imgur.com/0gwfB5M

 

The unified theory is completed by showing coherent waves are not influenced by entropy (by default).

 

All quantum behavior, including uncertainty, requires coherence.

 

"superposition" of many plane waves was a poor choice of a word, "composite" should have been used. It is infinite uncertainty to finite uncertainty (delta x). Localized.

Entropy converts each plane wave to be incoherent/analog and then they combine their amplitudes.

 

Is it odd that a femtosecond matches the EM spectrum of where the quantum/classical boundary is? Is this the speed/frequency of entropy waves?

 

Entropy is the #1 cause of decoherence, but objects below its wavelength can gain entropy by being influenced by an object that already has entropy.

 

If the quantum/classical boundary scales the farther from a black hole you go, does it mean there is a Goldilocks zone for an entire Galaxy? Life needs quantum behavior for biology.

 

Life needs quantum behavior for biology. There is a parent habitable zone to the one we already know about.

Entropy is generated by black holes, and the frequency gets wider the farther away it gets from the source. This is why we get dark matter halos on the outer edges of a galaxy.

Under 0.4 micrometers on earth.

 

Coherent waves are not naturally influenced by entropy waves. All quantum behavior, including uncertainty, requires coherence.


Edited by pittsburghjoe, 03 May 2020 - 09:31 AM.


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Posted 04 May 2020 - 10:50 AM

Is time dilation entropy waves being blue and redshifted?
Is Time too redshifted for Dark Matter to use?


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Posted 04 May 2020 - 07:01 PM

Is there a coherent entropy field that incoherent entropy waves propagate in? Is Time officially solved?
All quantum behavior, all the way down to virtual particles is using the coherent entropy field to function/operate. The field is infinite because anything coherent is.
 
Incoherent waves are responsible for making things physical. The waves are wider than 0.3 micrometers on earth. This means the quantum/classical boundary is around this size. Anything below this line can receive incoherent entropy by touching something that already has access to it.
 
Incoherent waves redshift from a black hole origin. Redshifted waves eventually stop being incoherent and smooth out to be coherent. This is why we have so much Dark Matter.




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