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  1. Basically I’m attempting to design a time machine using a new model of physics which relies on the postulate that gravity is not cause by mass or rather that the weight that is supposedly the cause of space bending like a hole is actually caused by spin & electromagnetic forces by a torus energy field type mechanism where the SMBH at the centre of the galaxy is not just a hole but is rather attracting planetary bodies to its centre with electromagnetism due to the spin kind of like water goes down the drain , torrential currents in space , I am proposing that the magnetic poles of stars ar
  2. An interesting link "The small world got up to some pretty big things this year. From strange Schrödinger’s-cat situations to mysteries of water to impossible-seeming particles flying up from the Antarctic ice, particle physics proved that there are many unknowns in the universe for us to explore. Here are the 18 most stunning quantum mechanics and high-energy particle physics stories of 2018. " https://www.livescience.com/64380-quantum-physics-discoveries-2018.html?utm_source=notification
  3. One conclusion of the double slit experiment is that reality is determined by an observer. What is truly perplexing is that two observers can determine two irreconcilable realities that are both equally valid. There are three things we need to understand from this: 1. Reality in our space-time is observer determined. 2. Every observer lives in a bubble of its own reality all of which can be equalling valid. There is a higher level of reality where the double slit experiment is reconciled. For example, imagine two separate circles in two dimensions. Circle “A” represents the
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