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Leaders of controversial neutrino experiment step down

 
DoubleHelix

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It seams to be happening...


...An so it beginsdamned
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One of the ramifications of the 2-slit experiment is the ability of a present day particle/wave event to directly effect that particle's state in the past.

So effectively, if the proper technology was in place, NASA could today 'draw a picture' on the sun that appears there 7 minutes ago, by altering the present states of the light from wave to particles. Of course since it takes 7 minutes for that picture to reach us, the picture would appear to be drawn in real time from the senders perspective.

With a properly calibrated reflection system, we could theoretically send messages back in time. The more physical distance the light has to travel from it's point of origin in the past to it's receptor in the future, the farther back in time you can send the message.

Practically speaking, we're talking about minutes, in the double digits.

Would really come in handy in the event of a nuke launch though...
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there seems to be something fishy going on.. maybe david wilcock is right. i kinda hope so. either way, they know something's about to happen.
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I think that these guys stumbled onto proof that someone has been traveling either interdimensionally or time traveling. The first time that the experiment was done, faster than light neutrinos were discovered possibly from a time travel that took place nearby. This would confirm people saying that they are frequently having deja vu. It would also explain how it is that the US and the elite always seem to make things work out in their favor - they just keep rewinding the timeline until they get it right.
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Einstein is not correct, and we will find this very soon. These jokers are wrong as well...mark my words, I know. The many. many things I know...
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They can not rewind the time line anymore or see into the future after TWZ

Thread: Time Wave Zero...What do you think???(Updated with time slip event info)
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One of the ramifications of the 2-slit experiment is the ability of a present day particle/wave event to directly effect that particle's state in the past.

So effectively, if the proper technology was in place, NASA could today 'draw a picture' on the sun that appears there 7 minutes ago, by altering the present states of the light from wave to particles. Of course since it takes 7 minutes for that picture to reach us, the picture would appear to be drawn in real time from the senders perspective.

With a properly calibrated reflection system, we could theoretically send messages back in time. The more physical distance the light has to travel from it's point of origin in the past to it's receptor in the future, the farther back in time you can send the message.

Practically speaking, we're talking about minutes, in the double digits.

Would really come in handy in the event of a nuke launch though...
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what you suggest does not represent any type of time travel. merely an illusion
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Galactic supernovae

Despite the fact that individual neutrinos expected from supernovae have energies well below the IceCube energy cutoff, IceCube could detect a local supernova. It would appear as a detector-wide, brief, correlated rise in noise rates. The supernova would have to be relatively close (within our galaxy) to get enough neutrinos before the 1/r2 distance dependence took over. IceCube is a member of the Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS).[15]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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String theory

The described detection strategy, along with its South Pole position, could allow the detector to provide the first robust experimental evidence of extra dimensions predicted in string theory. Many extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics, including string theory, propose a sterile neutrino; in string theory this is made from a closed string. These could leak into extra dimensions before returning, making them appear to travel faster than the speed of light. An experiment to test this may be possible in the near future.[16] Furthermore, if high energy neutrinos create microscopic black holes (as predicted by some aspects of string theory) it would create a shower of particles; resulting in an increase of "down" neutrinos while reducing "up" neutrinos.[17] There is no group within the IceCube collaboration working on tachyons, travel through extra dimensions, or observations of microscopic black holes.
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The faulty cable excuse doesn't jive. I've done R&D and if they were taking readings everything was running fine.
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One of the ramifications of the 2-slit experiment is the ability of a present day particle/wave event to directly effect that particle's state in the past.

So effectively, if the proper technology was in place, NASA could today 'draw a picture' on the sun that appears there 7 minutes ago, by altering the present states of the light from wave to particles. Of course since it takes 7 minutes for that picture to reach us, the picture would appear to be drawn in real time from the senders perspective.

With a properly calibrated reflection system, we could theoretically send messages back in time. The more physical distance the light has to travel from it's point of origin in the past to it's receptor in the future, the farther back in time you can send the message.

Practically speaking, we're talking about minutes, in the double digits.

Would really come in handy in the event of a nuke launch though...
 Quoting: Pjones 12168657


what you suggest does not represent any type of time travel. merely an illusion
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13096116


I know, technically there is no 'time travel' involved, it's technically retrocausality, but regardless, since light comes in 2 states, it could essentially act as a form of binary, if they could find a way to measure the retrocausality without that measurement in the past (present) affecting the state of the light. Which may never be possible. How ironic if we could send a message into the past, but could never open it as the message would instantly change
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Using the quantum states as binary might allow us to send much faster messages through space though

For example, if we fired a grid of beams at Mars with no local detectors turned on at our end, the people on Mars base receiving the grid of light then activate their detectors in a specific pattern, encoded as their message to us, we then activate our local detectors once the requisite travel time has been fulfilled, and instantly see their message. We still have to wait for our signal to reach them, but don't have to wait for their signal to return.
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Greetings: Anonymous Coward: User ID: 7242673

Science is determined by money and pressure from political/ruling class interests. They will never allow big institutions to shatter the paradigm they've set up, they will do everything in their power to keep us isolated and disconnected from the truth.

We took a wrong turn in science when Einstein was promoted intentionally over the top of Tesla and paraded as some sort of genius when really he was a bit of theoretical fucknut

**Nikola Tesla Was The Brillant One/A Brillant Mind !! ... And Has Never Been Given The Credit Of Which He Deserves !!

**Albert Einstein ... Was Very Similar In Ways To "Thomas Edison" !! ... He Used "Others & Others Ideas" & Credited These As His Own ... Having NO CLUE As To What These Things Really Meant !!

**It Is Been Said ... That Albert Einstein Had "Connections" In The Patent Office ... Therefore He Was Able To Get Hold Of Important Ideas ... & Then To Patent These Under His Name ... Ahead Of The One(s) Who Came Up With The Idea/Theories !!

**We Find Humor In Terrestrial Scientists "Tossing About" The Thought/Term Of "Light Speed" ... Of Which They Have No Idea Of What "Light" Is ... Much Less Of How It Moves About ... & How "Fast" It Gets There !!

**The Idea/Thought In Regard To ... "The Speed Of Light" Is THEORY ... NOT Fact !!

**This Has Always Been The Problem With "Terrestrial Scientific Know It All's" ... Not Having The Basics Down ... Before They Advance To More "Technical Studies" & Aspects !! ... Sigh ... !!

Farewell For Now !!

ST In BG

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