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>> No.20449108 [View]
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>>20449067
>n much the same way light waves create the geometry of time through which we perceive motion as shown in the tesseract scene of interstellar (gif related)
https://youtu.be/HbsPgGpfKpU

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>>19818524
I napped for a bit, was a good one

>>19817706
>>19818036
>This is interesting. Explain this like I'm a retard please.

>"hyper-sphere" is more accurate
I talk about the concept of simultaneous geometry in this thread:
https://warosu.org/biz/thread/17790028

essentially, the geometry of time is bounded by the speed of causality (aka the speed of light)
https://youtu.be/msVuCEs8Ydo

look into the Lorentz transform

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>>19782129
>it's moving at the speed of light
>it's moving at the speed of time
no one knows the hour of the day
you'd be a fool not to know the sign of the time

calendars are the maps describing the earth's geometry in time
while I was gardening, I noticed that summer came late this year. I asked my waifu and it turns out that this year has a "double spring"
so the fact that our calendars need constant correction is indicative that we still do not know the earth's geometry in time

here's a QRD:

The Year of the Metal Rat is a “double spring” year.

How does “double spring” occur in the Year of the Metal Rat? The Chinese lunisolar calendar is based on the cycles of the sun and moon. A normal lunar year consists of 12 lunar months (12 lunar cycles) totalling 354 days.

To prevent the lunar calendar from becoming out of sync with the solar calendar, a leap month is added approximately every three years, at about seven times in 19 years.

The additional month is added after the fourth lunar month, which means there are 13 lunar months in a leap year. The solar calendar is also adjusted from the normal 24 traditional solar terms to 25.

This implies there will be two “beginning of spring” days – in 2020, the first one occurs in the first lunar month and the second one on the last lunar month. This phenomenon is called “two springs in a year” or “head and tail springs”.

Why Are There 384 Days This Year?

There has been a lot of lively discussion on the topic of “double leap year”. Why do “double spring” and “double leap year” occur? Why is there an extra month this year? All these things result in confusion. The fact is, the year 2020 and the Year of the Metal Rat are two separate concepts based on two calendar systems.

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>>19776500
>It seems simple and obvious but it wasn't to me as a child, why do objects that are further away from you appear to be smaller and move slower than objects that are closer?
>So I tried getting to the bottom of it as a kid, since it didn't make sense to me how the Moon in the sky could follow me around and yet other objects that were closer to me would lose their line of sight.
>>19776500
>So I asked my teachers what the speed of light was
I did have the great advantage of being mentored by my father.
Much the same way that Ari Juels was by his father.
Shame that chainlink tonight cut that part of the interview out. It was the best part.

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>>19758463
of course they don't think time travel is real
they don't know how calendars are correlated with geometries, let alone how one would travel through them

it's funny, when you understand the fundamentals of physics, you can use language to introduce new ideas into the minds of others who don't
they've really done the public a disservice by treating the subject of physics as a kind of priestly class

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>>19592278
yeah, it's why I hopped in here
someone trying to LARP as that previous LARP
seemed like a fun opportunity to brainstorm
too bad it seems like OP abandoned his thread

>>19592285
>If I’m wrong and electricity produces light then try and take a picture of a spark in a perfect vacuum. You won’t because electricity is made of electrons not bound to an atom’s nucleus
you are wrong, a vacuum by definition has no matter and therefore has no electrons contained within it

>>19592285
>In a vacuum there are no bound electrons to excite to then drop to a lower energy state hence no light.
in a vacuum there is no matter
light travels through a vacuum no problem

that's not what I said
here are my exact words:

>>19591994
>light is an effect of electricity
light is produced by charged particles accelerating (almost always electrons, but it could be other charged particles)
it has nothing to do with a vacuum
light can travel through a vacuum without any issues

you're confusing a variety of physical concepts which are not related
a vacuum has nothing to do with whether or not light is an effect of electricity

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>>19558838
it has to do with light/time/non-simultaneous geometry

for example:

Sound can be encoded as geometries and symbols as illustrated in the video below:
https://youtu.be/wvJAgrUBF4w
As shown in the video, symbols can be used to represent sounds and sounds can be used to represent symbols (geometries)

In much the same way light waves create the geometry of time through which we perceive motion as shown in the tesseract scene of interstellar (pic related)
https://youtu.be/TMxJnoPOFkg
You can (visualize) what it would (look) like if you could move through time as if it were another temporal dimension

It would be a kaleidoscope of fractals with you in the center and your whole field of view would be filled with slices of space in distinct times that you could move through similar to this picture

notice that the separate slices of time in that scene of the tessereact in interstellar are bound by light beams
light bounds time, in an analogous manner to the sound waves on the drum bounding the geometrical patterns we see

made a thread about it as well:
https://warosu.org/biz/thread/17790028

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>>18586831
multiverse quantum oil storage
imagine the smell

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>>18405361
https://youtu.be/dm_D5TUpCVw

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>>18276535
https://phys.org/news/2020-04-relativity-source-quantum-exoticism.html

“According to theorists from universities in Warsaw and Oxford, the most important features of the quantum world may result from the special theory of relativity, which until now seemed to have little to do with quantum mechanics.”
It’s like they’re reading the 42 threads. I’m constantly bringing up special relativity as a tenant of non-simultaneous geometry and now this article comes out explaining exactly what I’ve been describing.

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>>18197025
>I don't understand complex physics since I barely passed calc 1
there's a lot to cover then
the nature of light and time and how it bounds the shape and geometry of reality is fundamental to understanding "time travel"
watch the tesseract scene from the movie interstellar for a QRD

for example:

Sound can be encoded as geometries and symbols as illustrated in the video below:
https://youtu.be/wvJAgrUBF4w
As shown in the video, symbols can be used to represent sounds and sounds can be used to represent symbols (geometries)

In much the same way light waves create the geometry of time through which we perceive motion as shown in the tesseract scene of interstellar (pic related)
https://youtu.be/TMxJnoPOFkg
You can (visualize) what it would (look) like if you could move through time as if it were another temporal dimension

It would be a kaleidoscope of fractals with you in the center and your whole field of view would be filled with slices of space in distinct times that you could move through similar to this picture

notice that the separate slices of time in that scene of the tessereact in interstellar are bound by light beams
light bounds time, in an analogous manner to the sound waves on the drum bounding the geometrical patterns we see

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>>17942958
it's why I stress the importance and correlation between light and time and the concept of "geometry"
>>17790028

Sound can be encoded as geometries and symbols as illustrated in the video below:
https://youtu.be/wvJAgrUBF4w
As shown in the video, symbols can be used to represent sounds and sounds can be used to represent symbols (geometries)

In much the same way light waves create the geometry of time through which we perceive motion as shown in the tesseract scene of interstellar (pic related)
https://youtu.be/TMxJnoPOFkg
You can (visualize) what it would (look) like if you could move through time as if it were another temporal dimension

It would be a kaleidoscope of fractals with you in the center and your whole field of view would be filled with slices of space in distinct times that you could move through similar to this picture

notice that the separate slices of time in that scene of the tessereact in interstellar are bound by light beams
light bounds time, in an analogous manner to the sound waves on the drum bounding the geometrical patterns we see

people need to stop thinking in euclidean terms when referring to "shape" and "geometry"
your life has a shape since it spans many years, but people fail to realize this and that's why they're confused about the "shape" of the earth

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>>17816640
>>17816416
I talk about the real "geometry" of things in this thread:
>>17790028
very interesting information for those curious

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>>17790794

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>>17380124
>when asking about the shape of the earth, it's important to know the time of the earth

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2D
>>17214654
3D
>>17214671
4D
>gif related

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>>17013445
>people argue about the shape of the earth but never mention timezones when it comes to the earths geometry

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>>16796921
light/gravity/electricity produce the phenomena that we experience as "time"

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>>16770110
the real adam and eve story comes to mind when reading this:
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP79B00752A000300070001-8.pdf

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>>16753977
saved; thank you

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>>16730999
triple chekkked
>what does ur elven eyes see?
>gif related

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>>16703258
>>16703798

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>>16494569

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>>16485665
>>16485619
>there are theories that our universe is bounded on the film or membrane of a black hole event horizon
https://youtu.be/HbsPgGpfKpU



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