Billy Bunkie The Science Junkie

Theoretical science, existential spirituality, sprinkled with elements of sociology, anthropology, transhumanism, and funk. [The technical explanation of funk is 'having major skill']

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Matter Produces Time

Matter produces magnetism. Matter produces gravity. Matter produces time.

The "major radius" [MR] of any field is the point at which phi, 50% or 90% of its N force has been applied. Since many forces degrade over space, and at different rates, different forces will have different MR's, and because of infinity, the true major radius cannot be precisely known. This likely contributes to the principle of wave entrainment.

Magnetism has the shortest MR of the three forces shown. It's MR [measured in N/gram at static atomic force] is probably about 7cm for a visible speck of magnetic material. Magnetic polarity is affected by the Unified Field Theory of Radiance, which is from an earlier episode of BBTSJ.

Gravity has the next largest MR. The MR for a visible speck of matter [measured in stable mass/cc or normal atomic density] is probably a few feet, depending on the viscosity of the matter. It may be that field MR has to do with the originating particle's viscous radius. Would a series of marbles produce a closer MR gravity field or magnetic field than a single large marble of the same overall mass? This is a question of comparing MR and density. This will be useful later in time travel.

*Time* has the next largest Major Radius. A 'timewave' or 'timefield' likely has a wave frequency or MR of one lightyear, or some similar astronomical Hz frequency that could easily be overlooked by science.

It may be possible to produce a particle set so *dense* that they produce a field of magnetism, gravity, and time with far shorter MR than normal density particles. I speculate that the density controls the Hz frequency of the various waves, and their MR.

A very dense particle set could densify the MR, making it within a common range. This could explain the time and light-bending abilities of black holes. This 'time' may be far more accessible when the frequency of a beam of light is made to occur in the period of a few feet in the presence of a black hole that is almost strong enough to capture it, or so strong it conquers it. The MR of the magnetism in this area produced as a field by matter may decrease to nanometers, the gravity to meters, and the time field to kilometers, or the size of a car. This could potentially allow us to travel regionally through time using the density of a black hole. The more waves produced in an area, the greater the time distortion. This may be controllable using microblack holes with gravitational event horizons hovering near light speed.

Time is a force that pulls us on a tiny scale inside ourselves, and our gears are arranged to move along time's pull, as well as using magnetism and to a lesser extent, gravity, and other signals the electromagnetic spectrum. If we could turn ++ magnetism from a field into a particle, I bet it would look like a proton. Two protons probably. If we could turn a gravity field into a particle, I bet it would be a 'graviton' and could be a collection of force moving in an internalizing loop. I wouldn't want to experience a graviton. Nor a timeitron! I timeitron particle is probably one of the rarest particles in existance. It would be a field with a Hz of ~one lightyear turned into a particle. That inequality of charge must be met by its inequality of occurance.

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=== First Draft ===

"Matter produces gravity. Matter has magnetism. Matter produces time.

The "major radius" [MR] of any field is the point at which phi, 50% or 90% of its N force has been applied. Since many forces degrade over space, and at different rates, different forces will have different MR's, and because of infinity, the true major radius cannot be precisely known. This likely contributes to the principle of wave entrainment due to the uncertainty of infinity.

Magnetism has the shortest MR of the three forces shown. It's MR [measured in N/gram at static atomic force] is probably about 7cm for a visible speck of magnetic material. A magnetic field vibrates at a certain frequency, and is caused by every piece of magnetic material. The magnetic field can be manipulated in probability and entrain in "field viscosity" with other fields. It also behaves according to a UFT doubtfield, depending on observation causing collapse of quantum uncertainty and faith producing [++] or [+-].

Gravity is next on the slope. The MR for a visible speck of matter [measured in stable mass/cc or normal atomic density] is probably a few feet, depending on the viscosity of the matter. It may be that field MR has to do with the originating particle's viscous radius. Would a series of marbles produce a closer MR gravity field or magnetic field than a single large marble of the same overall mass? A speck of dust has a much shorter MR than the earth or sun, but they both emit equal gravity/gram. Maybe they don't and the earth's MR is actually only a few feet, but the secondary radius [minor radius? SR] is powerful enough to move planets. I cannot tell yes or no, and could take machines that are atomic-correct. This will become an uncertainty for now.

*Time* is next on the slope. A 'timewave' or 'timefield' likely has a wave frequency or MR of one lightyear, or some similar astronomical Hz frequency that could easily be overlooked by science. However, this timewave is powerful enough to resonate on an internal basis. The resolution of quantum uncertainties and the spinning of cesium atoms may or may not be linked."

It may be possible to produce a particle set so *dense* that they produce a field of magnetism, gravity, and time with far shorter MR than normal density particles. I speculate that the density controls the Hz frequency of the various waves. A wave may be identifiable in sort by finding the internal frequency of the wave. The "Hz per Hz". Hz^2. A wave with a high Hz^2 would resonate with different kinds of particles, making it either a time, gravity, or magnetic wave. We probably live in a universe where the geometry of our chemicals produces only these three resonations in our detectible zone. X chemical mass, this makes these forms of force the most common. We can probably build other kinds of force/field resonations using non-chemical associations.

This very dense particle set could densify the MR, making it within a common range. The MR of the magnetism may decrease to nanometers, the gravity to meters, and the time field to kilometers, or the size of a car. This could potentially allow us to travel regionally through time using density.

Secondary Material:

Each piece of matter is a piece of energy trapped in an uncertainty loop that vibrates at a specific and stable rate. This is probably caused by associated nanomagnetic charges bouncing off of one another and failing to form together into larger magnetic or vibrational events. Every "thing" is this. An event is a group of dusty particles being electrified and magnetized into interaction by a force. When you meet your uncle Steve, you carry a charge, and you solidify uncertainties. You trade charges and you eventually part. This is matter and energy occuring. You have performed the work of an active chemical atom or molecule. You would remain as a "proton" or unit of solidified positivity experiencing varying doubt fields, - in a [+-] up to or equal to your whole charge. A radioactive particle may produce more - than its whole charge and shed them. A radioaxn may cause a chain reaction of particles to tell others to shed their particles, inverting their atomic mandelbrot, and causing them to unbecome and release RF on ~every frequency, astronomically both ways.

These stabilized particles, a series of collected charges vibrating at certain frequencies and amplitudes, often numerous frequencies overlapping geometrically, can interact on any astronomical scale, up or down. The Hz frequency and principles of entrainment via MR and Area Magnetics and the Theory of Infinite Smallness provide us with varying levels of scale on which entrainment occurs, which produces varying visibilities of interaction. Each of these areas of interaction produces a kind of signal, some visible, some audible, some tacticle. One area being the atomic shell, which vibrates at a frequency that other particles cannot resonate with -tacticle. The field dispensed by this particle is the electromagnetic spectrum, producing visible and audible rays along with all other rays. Smell is a chemical interaction, so it is like electrified microscopic touch. This field can form an unresonatable shell at other points as well as the atomic. A series of magnetic charges bouncing and associating with one another so that larger or different charge-piles cannot interact occurs at every Hz and scale. It is the Area Magnetic radius bar, a choice of selection and grouping of particles and conditions. Solidified particles of these magnetic sorts do not need to be merely 'visible, chemical' items. They can also be quantum, social, and other forms of EM charge that have collected from ++ and --. It seems that it is easy for atoms to form and stay formed because of their special vibration and low MR of magnetism. But larger particles cannot stick together using only magnetism, and they do not stick to ++ charge evently or remain entirely + or -. So they form a more fluid array of existance at a larger scale, which can see new conditions forming rapidly and often, and are more easily energized by many small positive or negative particles. These larger condensations still resonate with larger vibrations in the same way an atom would. The very low Hz waves can be difficult to detect and become astronomically large, though, making them astronomically slow.

It may be possible to produce a particle set so *dense* that they produce a field of magnetism, gravity, and time with far shorter MR than normal density particles. I speculate that the density controls the Hz frequency of the various waves. A wave may be identifiable in sort by finding the internal frequency of the wave. The "Hz per Hz". Hz^2. A wave with a high Hz^2 would resonate with different kinds of particles, making it either a time, gravity, or magnetic wave. We probably live in a universe where the geometry of our chemicals produces only these three resonations in our detectible zone. X chemical mass, this makes these forms of force the most common. We can probably build other kinds of force/field resonations using non-chemical associations.

This very dense particle set could densify the MR, making it within a common range. The MR of the magnetism may decrease to nanometers, the gravity to meters, and the time field to kilometers, or the size of a car. This could potentially allow us to travel regionally through time using density.

Technically, a 'graviton' is a normal piece of matter that is set to a special charge and vibration frequency. These vibrations decrease in power at radius and are attractive in scope to all pieces of matter, matter being energy vibrating at 300kkm/s in a circle. It is a signal field translation. Is it an inefficient transfer? If there is a piece of matter between you and a place, does the gravity wave put less force on you because of the previous piece? The longwave nature of gravity may make it difficult to measure inside its own wave, and gravity is such a slight force we will have difficulty articulating that measurement. Would 1000 suns slow down a sun behind them's gravity on you? Maybe. Again, the marble question as above. Challenger?

Call NASA. We need info on this.

Believe.

The question is always here how to reverse this principle. We've found anti-matter. It is an atom with an electron spinning in the opposite direction as normal matter. It seems all of our matter spins something like clockwise. I wonder if that is because we're on a certain side of the galaxy. That is improbable due to the massive and random explosions there would be in certain regions. Or maybe its nanoscopic, and produces much of the universe's cosmic radiation.

[it may be possible to manipulate this using the event horizon of a black hole approaching light speed.]

Regardless, unless the principles of anti-matter produce anti-gravity, anti-magnetism, and anti-time, which are unlikely... anti-magnetism. Hmm. That is an interesting concept. It is so. That is what is produced in a +- field. The principles of magnetism are anti- and "normal-" magnetism. That is UFT, that is Radiance or non-Radiance.

The same thing that makes anti-matter may also produce anti-gravity, anti-time. It's a certain vibration and charge. I suppose that same vibration and charge could be reciprocated somehow and would likely produce their opposites. But in a world of infinity, how can you reciprocate infinity? It will need to work on the MR and entrain to ~. "The Infinity Uncertainty."

If we could get the density of these particles to be "anti-time" particles, I presume they would produce the same kind of time-field, but functioning in the opposite. This would be functional! It would then gradually split solved quantums and quantum decimals [time spent waiting -cesium time] back into their ~original unsolved conditions as 'event' scale-frequency particles. It would also produce substantial anti-gravity and anti-magnetism. They might not even produce a very large amount of anti-gravity, depending on the density of the particles.

I suppose one of the tricks to it is getting particles so close that they are superdense into a ~black hole [ideally with only a handful of particles vs tons] but so they they don't collapse into one another and don't fuse atomically? Or maybe it's subatomic. There's probably a 'collapse' button you can press fairly easily with the right organization and sustainance of charged vibrations.

However, when going back in time using an anti-timefield, you will assuredly experience both anti-time and posi-time. The whole world is continually spitting out time, and you will experience it, unless you can find some kind of sick damper for megalong frequency waves. You will not be able to go back in time perfectly into the past because of the presence of posi-time continually re-solidiying some quantums or decimals of quantums. Going forward in time will be easier, but again returning back will be "corrupted" from your memory.

If you can produce a very high amount of anti-time per posi-time exposure [which is at a steady rate per second/year] you will reduce the ratio of corruption.

"Matter produces gravity. Matter has magnetism. Matter produces time." -These are probably three geometries of vibration that are fundamental properties of [important or visible] matter. We feel and know matter because it has magnetism gravity and time.

Time is a force that pulls us on a tiny scale inside ourselves, and our gears are arranged to move along time's pull, as well as using magnetism and to a lesser extent, gravity, and other signals the electromagnetic spectrum. If we could turn ++ magnetism from a field into a particle, I bet it would look like a proton. Two protons probably. If we could turn a gravity field into a particle, I bet it would be a 'graviton' and could be a collection of force moving in an internalizing loop. I wouldn't want to experience a graviton. Nor a timeitron! I timeitron particle is probably one of the rarest particles in existance. It would be a field with a Hz of ~one lightyear turned into a particle. That inequality of charge must be met by its inequality of occurance.

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