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Post 1

If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

Entry: Dimension Jumping - A1166780
Author: If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42 - U214189

i know that this is very far from being published but i really want some feedback on the idea behind it


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Baryonic Being - save GuideML out of a word-processor: A7720562

This idea raises many questions not only of the universe but the nature of consciousness, free will and determinism. It seems that the idea envisages a five dimensional universe: three dimensions of space in each time 'frame', one dimension of time to represent the movement through 'frames', and one dimension of probability that jumps from timeline to timeline.

However, according to relativity, the future is already determined. Things move slower through time if they go faster through space. This means that if some people are moving very fast (or are close to a very massive object) then they get to the future quicker than other people and can observe the future without having any opportunity of it being changed.

Likewise, it is possible to see how moving faster through time slows your movement through probability, meaning you can access parallel universes quicker. Unfortunately, I know of no ways to travel faster through time than that experienced by your velocity at rest.

The idea of 'frames of time' is an interesting thing in itself because it has long been considered that time comes in pockets, often called 'chronons', that are too short for humans to notice the seams of. However, recent evidence has put this idea under question because of the way certain dust in galaxies is observed (or something along those lines).

I don't think this entry is probably for the edited guide, but it is certainly an interesting theory in my opinion.


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If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

having have no free will would still leave you with the illution of free will, i started up a big debate a few months ago about this, did you see it? it was about how we cant have free will since if we did then we could change the future, and that would be weird for the people alive in the future, and by future i mean what is going to happen but is happening now in the future, if you know what i mean.

i was thinking there isnt much chance of this getting in as an edited entry, but its wearth a shot and a fun discution to have.

congrats on your guide entry that was picked


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Baryonic Being - save GuideML out of a word-processor: A7720562

Thanks. I didn't see your big debate; where is it?


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If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

somewhere in ASK i will try and find it for you


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If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/classic/F19585?thread=297601&post=3781479#p3781479 hope that you are up for reading 3 pages of backlog


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Baryonic Being - save GuideML out of a word-processor: A7720562

I've read it now. I'll post some thoughts later. Thanks.


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Gnomon - time to move on

This entry is about a personally held theory which is not an established description of the world we live in. It is therefore not in line with the Guidelines and should not be in Peer Review.


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Post 9

U195408

You could say it's as easy as a.b.c.


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Post 10

Traveller in Time Reporting Bugs -o-o- Broken the chain of Pliny -o-o- Hired

Nephew Who comes in chewing on a smiley - spork
"Next time I will post to it when I read it, but I have got too much on my mind already, time crawls by these days. And I did not even notice the days that passed. 'This is chewing gum'." he spits out some broken teeth

wearing fire proof gloves
"We have free will, jet anything can be determined if we calculate the effects of random noise on quantum level. A pretty hard job I choose to say."

Traveller in Time smiley - tit with a big belly sitting on his head
"You just have to take causality to go from past to future. Revert cause and result to get to the past. smiley - space ...result got to the past. smiley - space ...result if you will go to the past. smiley - space ...result if you not will go to the past."
he turns to the door and before his hand reaches to the door it opens and touches his hand softly


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U195408

Did anyone get my joke?


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Post 12

If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

no....wat joke?


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Post 13

Tango

I got the joke. Wasn't a particulary good joke though. smiley - winkeye

Tango


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Post 14

Mal

Anyone here read "Schrodinger's Cat" by Robert Anton Wilson? Moving through possible quantum states and eigenvalues more or less at will? Pity it was written thirty years ago, or this entry would've been more shocking.


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If the universe is infinite, then im "a" center, 21+4^1+8+9=42

no i havnt read it, worth reading it?


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U195408

THanks Tango, good to know someone saw it. Too bad the author didn't.

dave


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Post 17

Mal

Yes, very worth reading, especially related to this theory of yours. And it's funny, too. Geddit. Now.


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Post 18

Cyzaki

Is this still being worked on? Have you thought about putting it into the Alternative Writing Workshop?

smiley - panda


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Post 19

Cyzaki

The author has gone awol - back to entry?

smiley - panda


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Post 20

GreyDesk

Yes.


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