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  1. This is extending from the falling through space time idea. I want to know why falling through space time would get me to an earlier to later time as derived from a science fiction idea. https://backtothefuture.fandom.com/wiki/Space-time_continuum "The space-time continuum consisted of all years in the past to an unknown point, perhaps the 4-digit limit set by the time machine itself." https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Spacetime "To say that the four-dimensional continuum "exists now" implies that all cross sections "exist now" or, in other words, that the cross section t = t0 is identical with the cross-section t = t1. Otherwise, it could not exist "now." If we allow for this confusing way of thinking, the assertion that the "four-dimensional space-time continuum" has always existed and we are merely traveling through it asserts no more than the statement that the three-dimensional space continuum changes in time. ...if we call the ...space-time continuum a "reality," we are encouraged to adopt Lagrange's assertion that mechanics is a four-dimensional geometry, and to say that the four-dimensional continuum "exists now," and that therefore all future events exist now, and the "future" consists in our moving through the... continuum. But exactly as before Minkowski's formulation... we must also admit that the use of the word "now" in the formulation is rather misleading. By "now" we mean the cross section of the four-dimensional space-time continuum that is defined by t = t0. Therefore it is self-contradictory that any future instant of time t > t0 can exist "now." Use has often been made of this four-dimensional space-time continuum to "prove" that the future is "predetermined." ... The four-dimensional formulation is a useful instrument for the presentation of physical events, but it cannot be interpreted in our everyday language by simply speaking about the... space-time continuum as we have been accustomed to speak about our ordinary three-dimensional space." Phillipp Frank, Philosophy of Science: The Link Between Science and Philosophy (1957). P.S. I want more emphasis on Phillipp Frank's idea, but it does not incorporate the multi-verse theory.
  2. Based on this discussion. It is a speculation though. It is about time we understand the fabric of space time that appears invisible to our eyes but presents everywhere around us. https://www.quora.com/Do-photons-bend-space-time?fbclid=IwAR2ZZz8laRdZAc4hCUb9-mkPIyYPqBCE_oKU9nxf5kOwBnmrC5goJNd_LMo
  3. The speculation is the repelling photonic field would open a portal, or gateway to a different place. Wait for it, as my speculation conserved, please first check out this video. Please take a look at 2:45. The craft applied a technique known to computer science as a buffer attack on space time. We all thought that space time is supposed to constrict, but through a space time expansion mechanism we could apply a buffer attack and teleport some distance away. Keep in mind the craft is a radio wave antenna that generates light waves, or photons of zero mass and energy that could expand the space time. Photon exhibit a anti-gravitational property in nature. We would ask ourselves, is space time bent, or is light(photons) capable of bending space time. And if that does hold true than the repel in charges of a conflicting photonic field should theoretically expand the space time in nature, opening up a portal. Keep in mind a portal is just a continuous supply of photonic field or photons. I think my co-worker came up with the charge repel idea, likewise, a strong attraction force should potentially constrict space time and create a black hole. Earth has been a potential mix of different technologies over the years. Likewise, someone came up with this idea. Personally, I think the charge repel idea is cooler. P.S. Last one is a movie clip from Hellboy. Then it is simple. You put two electromagnets next to each other and heave them repel and charge it with very high current. And you could open a portal.
  4. If you set the charges at maxmium and attempt to repel the two charges, what would happen?
  5. Can you come up with method so we don't have to breath? Potential ideas: Kreb Cycle Red blood cells Respirocyte ATP recharge Fermentation and lactose P.S. Dang strange you close my thread too fast.
  6. Thanks for taking an interest in my post. I wasn't in the best of mind when I wrote it. Consciousness contribute to one if not two regions of the brain such as hypothalamus(we got two hypothalamus) or the pons in the brain stem. Since consciousness works like analogue you would think it is amplified over a medium, same goes for pain, pleasure, and all the other senses. So, is the "difference" in consciousness attributed to the shape of the electromagnetic field of the consciousness region. Or the difference arise from the time delay exhibit within this structure. Well the current moves very fast that it feels almost like an electric field in a sense, but if you differentiate the difference in consciousness(of two people) based on a field, well there is ought be some overlap region for the fields (sphere head or cube head). And this overlap region should attribute to the similarity between two consciousnesses, but even then you can't quite read another person's brain can you? Let you have a sphere head to read a cube head's brain or a cube head reading a sphere head's brain. So the difference in consciousness must be attributed to something else completely. If you say the frequency of the brain pulse once every second or two times every second, there is still overlap in the way this pulse occurs. So beats me, I am yet to figure out an answer. Can't two people's brain have the same frequency or pulse? There might, I wouldn't know. But then that wouldn't be two different people, would it?
  7. I mean most people die needing to breath, some organisms die without needing to breath. Most people want to die in peace, but the lack of oxygen is just torture unless you don't have to breath.
  8. I know I went a full circle, but just be yourself when you try to impress someone, I know I am not the best model, but I am feeling pretty myself lately
  9. Alright, assuming I start taking out parts of my brain, when do I become unconscious? When I take out the brain stem. But can I prove that I do not become a different person as soon as I take out the first chunk? No I cannot in terms of Evil Demon theory. But that is in no way stopping me from achieving immortality with the dream groups though. This is what observation is based on, we use our best estimate. Could an Evil Demon alter our senses to see the result of an experiment? Sure there could be, is that going to stop me from publishing my paper, probably not
  10. Well ya, I don't need a English lecture on this = =. But we know my consciousness remains the same whether I hit my head or not. This is the part that I need, I suppose this would be our agreement
  11. Yes I know, but all that matters is consciousness. If I get hit on the head and lose some memory, does that makes me a different being? No, my consciousness remains the same, and it has been since birth. I could lose a life time of memory but still alive. Saying which is no fun of course, I'll look into memory manipulation some time later P.S. Though I want to know why clones or twins does not have the same consciousness, although they are largely similar that one twin seems to be able to read his pair's mind
  12. The idea is, you can swap in your own brain structure's genetic letters that comprise the consciousness into another person's DNA, therefore when you clone that person's DNA with the modified brain structure it would contain your consciousness
  13. Thanks for the correction, pretty detailed.
  14. Well, when we think about consciousness, we think of animals and bugs. Brain as big as a whale's brain or as small as an ant. But does the number of neurons matter for consciousness or is consciousness more of an on off switch determined by a single cell? The thing is, when the consciousness region of the brain, specific to that of the brain stem. If that region is bigger, people seem to have a higher level of cognition compare to animals or insects with a smaller brain. And then you would poke around that consciousness region of the brain trying to figure out if there is an on off switch, but then you realized that the entire region is consciousness itself. That it is one entity contained and shifting in this region(brain stem). Simply put, we got left and right brain, if you destroy the right brain, left brain would hold the consciousness, similarly if you destroy the left brain, right brain would hold the consciousness(strictly for brain stem, if you destroy left and right brain stem there would be no consciousness). Then the only thing to conclude is that consciousness is a stream similar to that of water or current. So how does one stream of consciousness differ from another stream of consciousness as it differs from person to person? Some guesses: 1. How fast the current flows. (if it emanates(that region of brain stem) 50 times per second vs 1 time per second) 2. The timing of the current. (if it starts at noon or if it starts at night, I don't think this is the case, only in theory) 3. The synaptic delays between the neurons. (If it delays 25ns to 50ns between the synapses to complete a round trip within the brain, or it stops, but rest assured it isn't moving at the speed of light) Alright, you got me, this is pretty much similar to point 1. But my emphasis is, if you change a single synapse to 100ns, does that make you a different person?
  15. Ya, but cloning, I would say it is pretty close to the original consciousness, I'm not sure what the difference would be.
  16. We agree that our DNA defines our body shape including the brain. Therefore, the core of the brain, brain stem(consciousness) and other core structures are defined in the DNA in letters. After we are born, we start to gain brain plasticity that forms the memory, therefore the memory is not defined in the DNA letters.
  17. Thanks for the response. It would require a cellular proliferation of a specific cell type. It would have an immune response as well. I don't think the mechanism of cellular transdifferentiation applies here so I am just leaving this thread be.
  18. I got a video of neuron sprouting. I've also seen a video before about inducing current in an electrical grid wiring and see the neurons grow, but I've long lost this video. I want an example of neuronal dendrites rewired, if not more videos about neuron sprouting and synapse formation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBIa8G3gBH0
  19. How much population do you think earth can hold? Keep in mind that 70% of the landmass is sea and we don't really live in sea or submarines like some people do, but it is a viable option.
  20. Teleportation vs time travel both requires the manipulation of space time. Teleportation is like going through space time where time travel is like falling through space time(going in between space time). Is this analogy correct? Or is there other scientific resources relating to this?
  21. Yes, I do not thing there is anything important with the revolving idea now, clearly the cloaking idea is much better
  22. Alright, the idea about centripetal force is that. The atom would probably tear itself apart at a high revolving speed. But things are possible to achieve a faster speed at a quantum realm. Here is an example. The circumference of my belly is around 40cm(yes I am fat), if I am trying to match the speed of light, I would be spinning at (3x10^8)/40cm, simple right. The circumference of an atom is around 1nm(let's just assume 1nm), if it is trying to match the speed of light, it would be spinning at (3x10^8)/(1x10^-9), assuming the atom does not break. If you use the scale of an atom to run a computer, how fast do you think it would work? Or a nanofactory? It would match the speed of an enzyme reaction, or enzyme like helicase at 1000 nucleotides per second. What do you think about doing one thousand things per second in the human realm(not quantum)? Whether the quantum realm has a faster frame is something I can't prove.
  23. Yes, I know the physicists have a different term for 1/2 spin or 2/3 spin(without fully understanding). From what I can recall the water molecule is spinning pretty fast with a high tesla magnetic field. And from a quantum angle of things, since I've read into nanomachines a bit. They react pretty much as though they are in a vacuum, I mean air is a molecule. We can't really define electron as an entity except a cloud or a wave function. But we can define a packet of photon or a neutron or a proton. Yes, I've never heard of a spinning neutron or proton, but I've heard of a precessing water molecule. Any smaller than that I wouldn't know if it revolve(not to be confused with spin) or not. It doesn't require energy to revolve(only for acceleration), just like it does not require energy to have a velocity in space. More of a constant velocity type of thing, but right, thanks for taking the time to read my post. As for the snail, it's not like the electron get stuck to have an infinite energy. It's like beads giving off energy or some sort. No offense, I just find the snail electron speed a bit ridiculous going at how fast air moves. And if this is a joke by itself, that the speed of electron does answer my question as a point of relativity, then I might have to review my high school physics lol
  24. Well, based on the precessing model for MRI in which water molecules spin at random. If theoretically a magnetic or electric field could be induced to make the water molecule spin slower or faster, what do you think it could do with smaller molecules like electrons? Btw the water molecule is spinning at 50000 times per second based on somewhere I read. Being a SuperNerd you must understand what I am saying Strange If the same energy is applied to an electron, I wouldn't know what would happen. It could easily make it spin 1 million times per second https://science.howstuffworks.com/mri3.htm
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