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>How much LINK do you hold?
not enough

>What is the significance of "42"?
it's the angle at which the rainbow is perceived by the human eye
it indicates an intentional creator (God) who created and works in this reality

A rainbow is not located at a specific distance from the observer, but comes from an optical illusion caused by any water droplets viewed from a certain angle relative to a light source. Thus, a rainbow is not an object and cannot be physically approached. Indeed, it is impossible for an observer to see a rainbow from water droplets at any angle other than the customary one of 42 degrees from the direction opposite the light source. Even if an observer sees another observer who seems "under" or "at the end of" a rainbow, the second observer will see a different rainbow—farther off—at the same angle as seen by the first observer.

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>this is why (((they))) hate "crypto"
>they hate it so much that they purposefully mislabel it a "currency" when in fact it is not a currency
>what we call "cryptocurrency" today is the first generation of quantum computers

remember when I said that message we got from 2026 was a quantum computer sending the picture from the future?
and I also postulated that they will "prove" something is a quantum computer by testing this time reversal property
quantum computers will need to have their own local calendars and new linguistics will need to be developed to account for our better understanding of time and non-euclidean geometry

>the team used the undetermined states of particles in a quantum computer as their pool ball, and some clever manipulation of the computer as their 'time machine'.

>Building a functional quantum computer requires holding an object in a superposition state long enough to carry out various processes on them.

>Unfortunately, once a superposition meets with materials that are part of a measured system, it loses its in-between state in what's known as decoherence and becomes a boring old classical bit.

>Devices need to be able to shield quantum states from decoherence, while still making them easy to read.

>Different processes are tackling this challenge from different angles, whether it's to use more robust quantum processes or to find better ways to check for errors.

>Some companies, such as IBM and Google, claim we might be close, as they continue to cram more qubits together and build more accurate devices.

>Not everybody is convinced that quantum computers are worth the effort. Some mathematicians believe there are obstacles that are practically impossible to overcome, putting quantum computing forever out of reach.

>Time will tell who is right.

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they call it "magic" or "miracles"
I suspect Tesla understood it better than any living person, that is, until me

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>42 posts by this id.
>This is it, this is the singularity.

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>have Bluetooth edition
then you'll need one of these
Faraday Bag, Wisdompro RFID Signal Blocking Bag:

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>I'm starting to think time really is not linear
no one knows the hour of the day, you would be a fool not to know the sign of the time

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>You will probably be assassinated for fucking with big energy's turf if you decide to do something like that
lol I'm their consultant and I have significant experience working in large scale power generation and energy projects
even did a major project for the US Army Corps of Engineers

>Be careful if you decide to seriously pursue it.
thank you for your concern though, it ain't easy when you're making moves like this

link related:
imagine how well this type of thing would lend itself to something like chainlink...

>Books on energy grid stabilization?
this book was a helpful reference in university:

>I still don’t understand what’s causing the destabilization exactly
you need a fundamental understanding of electricity to be able to understand the dynamics

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>> No.16186133 [DELETED]  [View]
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>see the Purple Dawn and Electronic Universe Thoery

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>I feel like it gives a hint on how to bend light.
pic related

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what's most interesting to me about all this time travel discussion is the possibility to change the past
this concept is called "retrocausality"

>Time is certainly relative
>you can change the past from the future can't you?
>is this what is happening?

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>cumming to his own fucking delusion
I'm definitely COOMING right now

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>something's happening in this thread
we already know what it is...

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