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It seems, potentially, that one of the conspiracies having the most gravity has seeped it's way into the memory hole.

That being said just days before his death he announced to his friends that he had come up with a replacement theory for Einsteins General Relativity, or basically the mathematical model of how gravity works. A change in that theorem would have far reaching implications in our understanding of how the universe works. It would potentially also open up the notion of Faster Then Light travel and many other options about how time works etc. To change it would fundamentally change physics. This new revelation was discussed with several researchers before Nash's death including Cedric Villani who has broadly outlined Nash's changed as being around the measurement of the curvature of space and time as well as how the dimensions of space are altered by energy.

Was Nash killed for this revelation?


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Odd how such events go unnoticed.
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Nice, Music is definitely the artists interpretation of time. As colour is interaction in the spatial recognition of that correlative.

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“We know that the theory of relativity works extraordinarily well to describe certain things, like the trajectory of Mercury,” Villani said. “But there are still mysteries in the field.”

Nash wanted to alter the measure of the curvature of space and time, or how the dimensions of space and time are altered by the presence of energy, Villani said.

Nash’s proposed equation might create different predictions than Einstein’s for certain physics matters, Villani said, without being able to specify.

“Einstein himself said no theory ever in physics is sure to stay eternally true,” Villani said. “Things might always change.”

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3. Quantum entanglement moves faster than light. If I have two electrons close together, they can vibrate in unison, according to the quantum theory. If I then separate them, an invisible umbilical cord emerges which connects the two electrons, even though they may be separated by many light years. If I jiggle one electron, the other electron "senses" this vibration instantly, faster than the speed of light. Einstein thought that this therefore disproved the quantum theory, since nothing can go faster than light.


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3. Quantum entanglement moves faster than light. If I have two electrons close together, they can vibrate in unison, according to the quantum theory. If I then separate them, an invisible umbilical cord emerges which connects the two electrons, even though they may be separated by many light years. If I jiggle one electron, the other electron "senses" this vibration instantly, faster than the speed of light. Einstein thought that this therefore disproved the quantum theory, since nothing can go faster than light.


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I'm glad they mentioned the cord. That's seemingly how it travels so fast and why it seems once 'entangled', they're always attached by said cord. Almost like an invisible insulated wire. 2-3in diameter. But super flexible like a tentacle.

How fast is thought?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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3. Quantum entanglement moves faster than light. If I have two electrons close together, they can vibrate in unison, according to the quantum theory. If I then separate them, an invisible umbilical cord emerges which connects the two electrons, even though they may be separated by many light years. If I jiggle one electron, the other electron "senses" this vibration instantly, faster than the speed of light. Einstein thought that this therefore disproved the quantum theory, since nothing can go faster than light.


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I'm glad they mentioned the cord. That's seemingly how it travels so fast and why it seems once 'entangled', they're always attached by said cord. Almost like an invisible insulated wire. 2-3in diameter. But super flexible like a tentacle.

How fast is thought?
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A better question is from where and as where, whence, it originates?

Is it a compu-and perceptonic amalgam or is it independent from the molecules/membranes(fields) and interlaced networks it travels through?
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3. Quantum entanglement moves faster than light. If I have two electrons close together, they can vibrate in unison, according to the quantum theory. If I then separate them, an invisible umbilical cord emerges which connects the two electrons, even though they may be separated by many light years. If I jiggle one electron, the other electron "senses" this vibration instantly, faster than the speed of light. Einstein thought that this therefore disproved the quantum theory, since nothing can go faster than light.


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I'm glad they mentioned the cord. That's seemingly how it travels so fast and why it seems once 'entangled', they're always attached by said cord. Almost like an invisible insulated wire. 2-3in diameter. But super flexible like a tentacle.

How fast is thought?
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A better question is from where and as where, whence, it originates?

Is it a compu-and perceptonic amalgam or is it independent from the molecules/membranes(fields) and interlaced networks it travels through?
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It arrives from spark of imagination most productively and carried over the gap by...electricity?

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That ,unfortunately, is a momentary charge differentiation which assumes only a facet of electromolecular interplay. Let us concentrate on the image within imagination. As it typifies the dynamic interplay of many variables within a visual form.

His work is summarized in this pdf of his lecture notes. One can see that he replaced Einstein's field equations in the vacuum with
□Gab+Gps(2Rpasb−12gabRps)=0.
Einstein's field equations for the vacuum read
Gab+λgab=0.

Nash's formula seems a lot more complicated, but my knowledge of general relativity ends here.



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The conundrum beyond collapsed timespace 10(-32) is the idea which sits at the heart of quantum computing. Essentially entanglement and colour(in essence the instanteous transfer thereof);The distance being unimportant.

However the conundrum is movement in timespace which cannot match the relative values of expansion or implosion.

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Interdasting. Now we know why hollywood did a hit piece film on him
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Interdasting. Now we know why hollywood did a hit piece film on him
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The nature of the hit piece is not even much beyond branding him a conspracy buff and representing his economic similarity models as base game theory.

I expect better from those paid to obfuscate.
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Rock star mathematician Cédric Villani says Nobel-Prize winning mathematician John Nash, who died in a car crash on 23 May, had made a startling discovery before his death.

Speaking at the Hay Festival, Villani said he had spoken to Nash about a "replacement" equation for Albert Einstein's theory of relativity at an event in Norway on 20 May.

[link to www.ibtimes.co.uk]

He had ideas and was very sure they were important. He went to see Einstein not long after he arrived in Princeton and told him about an idea he had regarding gravity. After explaining complicated mathematics to Einstein for about an hour, Einstein advised him to go and learn more physics. Apparently a physicist did publish a similar idea some years later.

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It is essentially the elipsoidal over the spheroidal.

The nature of the boson is a spheroid ensconced on two toroids.

In essence, the ideation is contingent on not just the curvature but the shape derived there from.

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curvature of space is a characteristic of the Time Vortex, not applicable in Eternity.
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Time would be the space between the curves. Tantamount to the idea of one hand clapping.As the curve is manifest to the states of a vibrated skein.

In animation, is it time(multiple cels) or the perception thereof?
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And people wonder why the il luminati are invisible?
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All very interesting.

Too bad they hunt, discredit, etc. them.

The way it sounds the divine wants them all though still to be enlightened. Every last one.


Logic and love...
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Unless of course, I totally misread that and you described how they are actually invisible. LOL!

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Unless of course, I totally misread that and you described how they are actually invisible. LOL!

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A priori seeds A posteriori. Shape becomes function delivering the entirety of the germ, not of recollection, but reaction and successive action predicated on reflection from seeded form.

The landscape in miniature sets the topography to be seeded while roots mirror reacHing branches.

The inauthentic fails as it diverts essential energies and frustrates through it's intransigence.

This is the mind before thought, before the gravity of situation. Aetherial neuronal mass.

The spark.

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Talking about the topography of landscape.

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Entropy, if considered as information (see information entropy), is measured in bits. The total quantity of bits is related to the total degrees of freedom of matter/energy.

For a given energy in a given volume, there is an upper limit to the density of information (the Bekenstein bound) about the whereabouts of all the particles which compose matter in that volume, suggesting that matter itself cannot be subdivided infinitely many times and there must be an ultimate level of fundamental particles. As the degrees of freedom of a particle are the product of all the degrees of freedom of its sub-particles, were a particle to have infinite subdivisions into lower-level particles, the degrees of freedom of the original particle would be infinite, violating the maximal limit of entropy density. The holographic principle thus implies that the subdivisions must stop at some level, and that the fundamental particle is a bit (1 or 0) of information.

The most rigorous realization of the holographic principle is the AdS/CFT correspondence by Juan Maldacena. However, J.D. Brown and Marc Henneaux had rigorously proved already in 1986, that the asymptotic symmetry of 2+1 dimensional gravity gives rise to a Virasoro algebra, whose corresponding quantum theory is a 2-dimensional conformal field theory.[13]


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i don't work with theoretical models.

only physically proven models.

which is why i have garnered 20 years of future contracts.

eom
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i don't work with theoretical models.

only physically proven models.

which is why i have garnered 20 years of future contracts.

eom
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Towards what End?
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i don't work with theoretical models.

only physically proven models.

which is why i have garnered 20 years of future contracts.

eom
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Towards what End?
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Survival.
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i don't work with theoretical models.

only physically proven models.

which is why i have garnered 20 years of future contracts.

eom
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Towards what End?
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Survival.
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Reliving loops is not living. Just a slower method of attenuation.
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......lets just think of it as a speedbump
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People click but forget why with only 1 or 2 post grade three word clusters.

Go team.....
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People click but forget why with only 1 or 2 post grade three word clusters.

Go team.....
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Too much credit. It's better to react than think.

Keeps things under control and conversations from ever making specific points.

Most threads conceptualize fickle novelty.

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