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']

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Bubbles, Probability, Autism

"A bubble vibrating on a higher Hz than another bubble might not join together even if they touch. A bubble vibrating on a higher Hz internal to its basic form [atoms in physics] may not join together even when they touch/overlap."

This is a great quote from the article on Neuroempathy regarding autism. It pertains to teleportation, vibrational atomics, and dissimilar field auronomics, all published in BBTSJ. A quantum is now a bubble.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Microscopy, Telescopy

Light-based telescopy is no longer doing the trick. If you're going to examine using light, fine. But do not neglect to examine as well using field signal reception. I want infrared and magnetoscope detection. Do this same thing for microscopes. We can delve greater resolution from distant and very near objects.

We may also be able to increase resolution by improving the pixelation of incoming photon/signal data. If these are recorded digitally or chemically, finer resolving digital levels, to the photon, or finer chemical reactivity to the photon should be added.

How many megapixels are needed to produce resolution per photon? Despite cosmic radiation, a large number of photons per extrasolar star and planet reach earth. I want them all like a symphony.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

What is Real?

Of all possible realities, all are real. Where are you?

Reality is a place we go. Consciousness and attention are the only 'real' things. All 'reality' that we substrate with/examine is the symptom of the perceiver being Velveteen-style real.

Reality is waiting for you to experience it, in unexplored [un]reality. Knowing and caring are real. The resonation we rebroadcast from God's will is real. Duality. We resonate with God's will, so as to be real. Microresonations within that will are the reality we make ourselves be in by wave attraction and repulsion.

Inside this, we judge and experience justice, and one another, realed inside our own minds together. Like people with dynamic screens set up around them, many in a room, interpreting and experiencing individually and together as well, basically unable to truly touch one another except through dramatic interpretation and belief.

God is the core of our reality.

We are the man inside the submarine. The submarine is you, and it is reality. How many real layers can there be? Is each layer a wave or a dune in the desert of existance, where we don't really need water unless we choose to thirst? Buffeted.

Friday, February 16, 2007

Ripple Through Time

Once when I was in high school I was walking to the car after classes with my brother and mother. It was a clear blue day, and I happened to look up in the sky. What I saw was unique to space.

There was a ripple that fled through the sky at perhaps 80-120mph, going roughly northeast. It was astounding and I watched it with particular amazement as it rippled over the straight roof of the school building. That was unmistakable. The roof rippled along with the wave.

Reality shifted somehow. I considered this experience very carefully.

About 30 seconds later, I asked my brother, hey... did you see a ripple go through the sky about 30 seconds ago? He said, yeah, I did.

We left it at that.

What could it have been? I want SCIENCE. Thank you Lord.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Light and Matter

I am not certain that this experiment turned light into matter. The explanation of 'fingerprint' is unclear. Depending on the explanation, the light may have been changed into an electromagnetic field from its 'normal' photon signal expression. From that point, the light could have been fielded to the recipient cloud, where it could have coalesced back into a photon.


X-Prize For CO2

I care about the environment. $25 million L are being given away to a person who can design a system to remove 1 billion tons of CO2 from the atmosphere per year.

I would like this system to be a self-perpetuating chain reaction, but that could be dangerous as plants require CO2 to breathe, and we need them. I also expect this system to be fantastically large or widespread since 1 billion tons annually is quite a lot.

I also believe that there is no way to do this that will make fossil fuels sustainable or a positive choice. Hydrogen fuel is the way generated from frequency-split water, and electrical energy from the universal constant, or earth's ionosphere, or conflicting magnetic fields is the other half. See Nikola Tesla, Dr. Moray, William Reich, Stanley Meyer.

To begin: we take a special cement coating made by an Italian company that breaks down CO2 and nitrogenous exhaust gasses in the presence of light. We don't need a lot of cement to make this coating. Just a thin layer. We may also be able to attach this coating to a non-cement surface, but until then cement will do.

We need to eliminate CO2 from the places where it is made, namely car and truck exhausts, power plant and industrial stacks, and apparently the soil is releasing more CO2 than it used to. Making these upgrades to mufflers and exhaust pipes and chimneys will 'silently' remove 1 billion tons of CO2 per year from the atmosphere.

In addition to this a series of centralized units in problem spots shaped like heat syncs with arrow-slit slanted openings and LED or capacitor-controlled fluorescence can activate a coating on the cement at dusk and night to break down harmful gasses.

It may also be beneficial to place ionic panels outside urban skyscrapers in their wind tunnels to cling nasty bits off of them. A motorized wiper could run up and down them to collect the musk whenever the weight of the funk on them becomes great. We can power these ionic panels, and substantial portions of the building, using windmills constantly in the breeze of the skyscraper's wind tunnel.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Wildly Precise Brain Scans

A team of world-leading neuroscientists has developed a powerful technique that allows them to look deep inside a person's brain and read their intentions before they act.

The research breaks controversial new ground in scientists' ability to probe people's minds and eavesdrop on their thoughts, and raises serious ethical issues over how brain-reading technology may be used in the future.

Note that this technology does not predict what people will do in the future, nor can someone's emotions be fully known nor can those emotions be used to accurately detect what they will do next or the topic on which they are feeling.

This is a critical distinction regarding this technology. It will not have broad usefulness without cooperative communication.