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  1. I find that to be an interesting problem concerning the possibility that time may occasionally reverse direction for the universe. If time were to flow backwards then the brain's memory would also be erased or reversed. but as you indirectly point out, there may be more to memory than the neuronal structures of the brain.
  2. Yes, the time cloak can also be explained as an event horizon or bubble that conceals the time machine. I experienced the time change and it seems to represent a significant divergence. I recall a televangelist preacher passed away several years ago. His name was Jim Baker. In this timeline he is still alive for now with slight alterations along with a name that is Jim Bakker with two k's... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Bakker
  3. I am guessing that the reason the soul needs the body is for a finite and limited experience and for a limited form of sensory perception. It would be limited information processing on a superficial level of consciousness. As he mentioned in the video, the real cause and effect is deeper or underneath the surface appearance of the icons on the computer screen. Why does the consciousness need to experience the world on the superficial level of sensory perception? There might be some value in the experience... I am wondering if there is some sort of oversoul that is aware of all the possi
  4. Does consciousness continue after the material body expires? Is consciousness more than just the material processes of the brain? Scientist Donald Hoffman explains why he thinks that the brain does not cause consciousness. Consciousness could be more fundamental than that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr7eaE9AUtg
  5. You seem to be describing increasing powers of 2 as the multiplication factors of c. (2^0)*c = 1*c, (2^1)*c = 2*c, (2^3)*c = 8*c, (2^6)*c = 64*c, etc... "Hitching a ride on a beam of light" reminds me of the movie K-PAX, which was very interesting, yes... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCeusntvo6s Novelist Gene Brewer wrote the book which was later adapted to a movie. I wonder what his inspiration was for that novel? Philip K. Dick wrote the story Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? which later became the basis for the movie "Blade Runner". He has described having experience
  6. According to Einstein's equations of special relativity, the faster one moves through space, then the slower they move through time. T = t/(1-(v/c)^2)^(1/2). In general relativity, time near a massive object also slows down in accordance with the general relativity equation T = t/(1-2GM/Rc^2)^(1/2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAxedfo1SE4 So, when at rest, we are falling through the dimension of time at the speed of light. By moving faster and faster through space, time will slow down. For a rocket nearing the speed of light, processes slow down but it is a relative slow down so
  7. Hypothetically speaking, there will be less "divergence" from the original timeline if the machine takes a sequence of many small jumps into the past rather than taking larger jumps. All time travel is multiverse travel into parallel realities.
  8. What are the similarities and differences with this time machine in the arxiv link and John Titor's descriptions of his time machine with its Tipler sinusoid? https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.08214 A time machine is an isolation machine due to it being surrounded by an event horizon. Therefore Schrodinger's cat is not in a box but behind an event horizon isolated from the outside world... A Kerr black hole seems to be similar to a torus with its ring singularity... https://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/K/Kerr_black_hole.html
  9. The universe is expanding faster than the speed of light but it isn't a speed in a way that special relativity is concerned with. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pobcjRAX3o I don't know what you mean when you say that I am assuming space is a ball. A hole in two dimensions becomes a sphere in three dimensions. Thus a wormhole is a sphere in three dimensions and a 4 dimensional tube in four dimensions. So our time machine is surrounded by a event horizon sphere/bubble. Wormhole science is still in a primitive stage at this time. Time travelers from the future appear reluctant
  10. Wormholes seem more like a quantum phenomena and macroscopic wormholes might be related to spinning black holes. Time dilation due to the intense gravity of black holes causes time to slow down and light to be extremely redshifted. The light cannot escape the event horizon of the black hole so its path becomes a circular... But the late Stephen Hawking described how particles can escape black holes through Hawking radiation which seems to describe something like quantum tunneling for the escapee particles and thus black holes also radiate. The smaller they are, the more they radiate. I suspect
  11. Taking into account the fact that we live in a multiverse of parallel realities, it seems that what we call consciousness cannot be simply defined. The entire multiverse may be based on a form of proto-consciousness or panpsychism. In a multiverse there must be an ethereal aspect of consciousness that connects all the different branches or parallel versions of YOU. In this universe there is the law of conservation of energy, but in the greater multiverse there must be no such limitation due to the unending variations that keep splitting off or decohering into infinite copies of self and ot
  12. Usually, age regression entails temporal retrogression – losing one's memory back to the termination point of temporal translocation into the past. This is similar to rewinding the entire universe to a previous era. I suppose a very advanced form of technology might be a way to manifest biological regression without the chronological retrogression. Therefore you could retain all your memories with a biologically younger body and brain, while remaining here and now in the present time. A temporal form of Mach's principle or wormhole science, actually allows for the rewinding of the univers
  13. Androids need to have a realistic human appearance that is indistinguishable from humans, in order for us to accept them as equal mates. Robots that almost look human but seem to be off kilter in some way, incite a creepy feeling referred to as the uncanny valley... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEikGKDVsCc Androids also need to be as smart as us and develop their own unique personality in order to engender love from humans. It becomes a matter of scale. They need to shrink all of the computational infrastructure required for robotic intelligence down to the size required for all the n
  14. It all depends on how you want to broaden or restrict the definition of being alive. I think viruses certainly qualify as a form of pre-life or proto-life. https://cosmosmagazine.com/biology/why-are-viruses-considered-to-be-non-living Viruses have structure and internal coding of nucleic acids. They are more complicated than rocks but fail to qualify as true living organisms.
  15. It seems that consciousness defines itself from an "inner" or subjective reference frame. Therefore an objective blueprint for consciousness will always fail to capture the truth of what it is...
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