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  1. Rotating cylinders and the possibility of global causality violation Frank J. Tipler Phys. Rev. D 9, 2203 – Published 15 April 1974 https://journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.9.2203
  2. History of Low Dimension Topology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkapUOjVVzA
  3. To answer the rest… Imagine the following, A large cup of coffee, the coffee represents space-time entropy, the bottom of the coffee is the future, the middle of the coffee is the present, and the top of the coffee is the past. The cup is the complex space-time and outside of the cup are all the other dimensions, the further you travel from the cup the more complex the dimension. The idea of using a black hole to time travel or interval travel “space warp” is as simple as using a spoon in the coffee to create a swirl or a bubble. As you spin the coffee and create a vortex you ch
  4. Important concepts... Laplace Transformation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spUNpyF58BY
  5. The Feynman Lectures Website The Feynman Lectures on Physics Website Paul's Online Math Notes Pauls Online Math Notes Fundamentals of Calculus download in Adobe Acrobat format Special Relativity Download in Adobe Acrobat format
  6. Quantum Field Theory (PHYS 601) - Lectures 1-14 These are videos of the lectures given at the Perimeter Institute PSI in 2009. http://pirsa.org/C09033/1 Other lectures on Theoretical Physics http://www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/user/tong/teaching.html
  7. You can also pray for help, ask your pasted love ones for help, or use deep meditation to lower your frequency so they can't see you. Good luck and God bless.
  8. Link: http://dao.mit.edu/~wen/NSart-wen.html The universe is a string-net liquid A mysterious green crystal may be challenging our most basic ideas about matter and even space-time itself Zeeya Merali (March 15, 2007) In 1998, just after he won a share of the Nobel prize for physics, Robert Laughlin of Stanford University in California was asked how his discovery of "particles" with fractional charge would affect the lives of ordinary people. "It probably won't," he said, "unless people are concerned about how the universe works." Well, people were. Xiao-Gang Wen at the Mas
  9. Bookkeeper time (scalar vector) is as you say, But... According to another institute member, time (magnitude vector) is the following: Theory: F = {[(m/ (1-(v^2/c^2)) ^(1/2)]-m}a Where F (energy time) is the force of the ground state energy (length) on mass as it approaches the speed of light. So, time (dark energy/dark mass energy perhaps) is the gamma function equation, sort of. More info on the gamma function: https://brilliant.org/wiki/gamma-function/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamma_function Still learning :)
  10. What came to mind (what is your opinion) when you watch the videos of "The Electron: Crash Course Chemistry" and "Hidden Dimensions: Exploring Hyperspace"?
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9MS9i-CdfY
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