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14 minutes ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

This is why they KNOW, know know, that the Technological Singularity will come. The term "Technological Singularity" originated with the Chronovisor. It really did.

It's more Classical than Cyborgs, Androids, or the more recent term "Mind Uploading" classical like how Beethoven or Mozart or Galileo would think of it.

Or the thinking man classical. Not this cyberpunk BS, "stoicism" is the word for the day.

Say you had a simulation, and you wanted to solve a math problem no one on this Earth has solved, somewhere in those vast parallel calculations of the simulation cosmic redundancy dictates other human histories arise in the number, where by random chance a person that never existed on this planet works on the VERY math problem and you can synergize with his approach and use examples of it to boost your own work on the problem.

This is what they mean when they say "artificial intelligence" this is it's true form, it is stoic artificial intelligence or sentient awareness not indigenous to their programming, just indigenous to the simulation they calculate autonomously. You locate these random examples in alternate human histories with a search running program that categorically locates the anomaly based on criteria, that's your cybernetic mind right there. It just pops up in the numbers and can be played in real D or as an animated rendition whatever floats your boat. You can even use video editing software to view it with a musical soundtrack playing in the background.

You can add your own creative license to real moments in real people's lives, and make movies, chop those moments into nonsequential order, make it look like an innocent committed murder and frame them with real video evidence. The possibilities of a Chronovisor to manipulate and deceive on mass scale is stupendous, and the only valid source of information would be the chronovisor itself!

This seems like a horrible invasion of privacy if you could just use a chronovisor and watch someone taking a shower in ancient Greece then post a website called "SexyAncientGreekGirls.com" featuring video collected from the chronovisor on your website of ancient hotties.

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1 minute ago, VictorMedvil said:

This seems like a horrible invasion of privacy if you could just use a chronovisor and watch someone taking a shower in ancient Greece then post a website called "SexyGreekGirls.com featuring video collected from the chronovisor on your website of ancient hotties.

Think about the internet these guys have amassed

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Just now, JeffreysTubes8 said:

I mean they could be interacting with our internet, media, and cinema and we wouldn't even know

I don't know, I don't want to think about it, If such a technology does exist I am sure we are all being watched constantly which makes me unhappy however I would do the same stuff with that technology.

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Anyway back on topic,

1. The wave-rider slips out of the baryonic universe. 

On 8/24/2021 at 8:57 PM, VictorMedvil said:

I think that gravitational waves lose intensity the further away you are from the source, depending on the range of the "Ripple" from the source, wouldn't be very noticeable. They certainly at the ranges you are talking about be wouldn't be a high enough of a Negative curvature versus zero curvature displacement to do much.

2. Due to this the crew occupies a centrifuge at the back of the ship while the front houses the then networked supercomputer that calculate the results of this input.

3. The new coordinates are sent back to the crew who modify the new input and sends it back to find the next output for the crew to tweak for the input after that. 

4. 🔁 until the ship needs to go back into the baryonic universe and refuel at the nearest star. If they happen to end up jumping back into the space equidistant from all galaxies in the area, they need to use a brief dark energy dump to get to the nearest star otherwise to conserve fuel they'd coast off ion impulsem

After a thousand generations spent outside the baryonic universe, they should have travelled far beyond the particle horizon. By this, the multi-generational crew, having passed down the sacred maths to their children, have caught the simulation up slightly past real time in the baryonic universe, buying their quantum computer that much time of fault-tolerance, to go further into the simulation and remain fault-tolerant. Then they go back to earth and, hopefully, share what they learned with their ancient ancestor's society. Let's say that happens in 2049. Then this future earth builds tons of these ships, and in let's say the year 2256 they go to 2002, or before that they send ship's to 1947.

This is the origin of the Chronovisor.

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1 hour ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Anyway back on topic,

1. The wave-rider slips out of the baryonic universe. 

2. Due to this the crew occupies a centrifuge at the back of the ship while the front houses the then networked supercomputer that calculate the results of this input.

3. The new coordinates are sent back to the crew who modify the new input and sends it back to find the next output for the crew to tweak for the input after that. 

4. 🔁 until the ship needs to go back into the baryonic universe and refuel at the nearest star. If they happen to end up jumping back into the space equidistant from all galaxies in the area, they need to use a brief dark energy dump to get to the nearest star otherwise to conserve fuel they'd coast off ion impulsem

After a thousand generations spent outside the baryonic universe, they should have travelled far beyond the particle horizon. By this, the multi-generational crew, having passed down the sacred maths to their children, have caught the simulation up slightly past real time in the baryonic universe, buying their quantum computer that much time of fault-tolerance, to go further into the simulation and remain fault-tolerant. Then they go back to earth and, hopefully, share what they learned with their ancient ancestor's society. Let's say that happens in 2049. Then this future earth builds tons of these ships, and in let's say the year 2256 they go to 2002, or before that they send ship's to 1947.

This is the origin of the Chronovisor.

 

This is all interesting but what proof do you have that this actually works as you describe it? Don't get me wrong I would be very interested in any technology that allows viewing of the past but where is your evidence that it works as you say? I think it would be much more simple than you describe just making a device that calculates the universe at a point in time from some Theory Of Everything that accurately describes the universe at any point in time after conversion to a set of (X,Y,Z,t) Coordinates with matter states as the tangent space to the time space.

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4 hours ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

You locate these random examples in alternate human histories with a search running program that categorically locates the anomaly based on criteria, that's your cybernetic mind right there.

Victor, that's after you find all the prerequisite data. Otherwise it isn't real D or accurate down to everything, even a small quantum event in it

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Everytime you get an output the next input gains an exponential amount of new variables. But that's okay because the computer side of the ship accelerates away from the crew side of the ship faster and faster overtime so the results comeback after the same amount of time

You don't think I thought long and hard, and eliminated any other possibility? This is as expedient as it gets. Type III civilizations are like cavemen to this tech, I set out to 📐 the maximum state. 

Two experiments, to phenomena to test with it, quantum tunnelling already comes close to confirming my conclusions with a test. 

 

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The first test is to observe if a specific series of shifts in repolarization combinations effects the inverse square law how I say it does. If that works that already funds and works to harness stable fusion. The next is to see if micro black holes increase quantum tunnelling phenomena, and to see if an increase in quantum tunnelling events cascades to produce more quantum tunnelling only in the vacuum, which gives you the origin missing source of dark energy.

Then you'll know my data set works the way I say it does, then it is time for the long term mission, which relative to earth would get back with an otherwise inaccessible method for quantum fault-tolerant computers. Which is the final stage of Moore's law 

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6 hours ago, VictorMedvil said:

what proof do you have that this actually works as you describe it?

That quantum tunnelling article in my other thread described the effect of the type of physics I'm referring to pretty result for word when it said it observed that, in areas with higher masses, particle speeds were higher than c in a vacuum by a greater amount.

Combine that with the SMBH mystery article on dark matter and the type of dark energy that is accelerating expansion more slowly but can specifically accelerate galaxies into one another and you have a very word for word description of mine on how the graviton that everything even energy is made of producing the wave that expands the field that pulls. Graviton, g-wave, and gravity field. Those are the key words of my work and writings here.

Now you want a sigma 2, combine all of that with the inconsistencies in the two tests of time dilation done in the late 20th century and the fact that during the early 21st the detection by LIGO of one the g-wave being made approximately after it was seen, means that for some reason there's some infinitessimal discrepancy in the rate at which matter-made gravity waves propagate and light travels in a vacuum. Which is why my model is predominately defined that g-wave propagation=particle velocity=time dilation=mass=frame dragging (how frequently a gravity field pulls regardless of how extreme the warpage of space)

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Now if you want a sigma 3

4 hours ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

The first test is to observe if a specific series of shifts in repolarization combinations effects the inverse square law how I say it does. If that works that already funds and works to harness stable fusion.

But if you want a sigma 4

4 hours ago, JeffreysTubes8 said:

The next is to see if micro black holes increase quantum tunnelling phenomena, and to see if an increase in quantum tunnelling events cascades to produce more quantum tunnelling only in the vacuum, which gives you the origin missing source of dark energy.

Now we'd be dangerously close to a 5 sigma, which would be like over a 90% certainty that I hold a breakthrough that would shatter e=mc^2 if those two tests proved fruitful it would become very difficult not to jump on board

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It should be called Ping Pong Gravity Theory. Everything in the initial conditions is a lot like the trajectory in ping pong. The logic for the initial conditions (why is there something rather than nothing or why didn't matter and antimatter annihilate and what even caused all this that we see) is based on really strong logic in PPG theory, and that is Murphy's Law applied solely to geometric maximization. While attempts to minimize the scope of dimensional don't cover a wide range of problems, doing the opposite does here. Because if you take a zero dimensional point, and move it any arbitrary direction it forms a line segment. Unlike a point a line segment can rotate, if you take the line segment and rotate it 360 degrees you get a circle, now what you can do with a circle in 3 dimensions is you can spin it (since you can't rotate it). Now there's you're graviton, and it just so happens that relative to us it's a planck volume, but really volume or metrics don't exist, it's just a geometric infinitude. You can't rotate this dimension, you can't spin it, but you can treat it like a point in zero dimensions and just move it, and you can copy it infinite times. No matter what velocity these spheres adopt or what trajectory they take the result is the same because when two of them occupy some of the same space, or cross paths during they're trajectory, the addition of densities equals a reduction of space everywhere at once, then when they move again they occupy a different part of each other's space, creating a second reduction of space equal to their respective volumes, while due to the inverse square law the first reduction or 'gravity wave' is now twice it's initial volume and exerting half a planck length reduction to all the space around it, which is a planck length, we know now that this happened every planck time. The universe began, as nothing but light. Everything changes when two of these gravitons occupy all of each others space, sharing the same center the g-wave they emit is two in one, that's a baby black hole, the pull exerted by it's gravitational field is now two planck lengths. All the ping pong balls around it get pulled that quickly and becomes an object in motion..well, you know. This is why you know what I'm saying is a sigma 2, that last part explains why quantum particles tunnel.

But did it begin, or was that always a mathematical certainty? We know the universe was hotter and denser due to the observation of the cmb artifact. Shortly after that quantum tunnelling process started up all the spheres were about to end up sharing the same center as a hyper-graviton, an infinite black hole with nothing around it that just devoured space and time, but because of that production of quantum tunnelling these baby black holes along with all the light about to be consumed by them were pulled apart in every direction by superluminal gravitational fields, causing them to combine in bulk but, for these Supermassive Black Holes, also be pulled away from another if they didn't combine in time to outpace all that expansion due to quantum tunnelling.

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