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A Strange Bridge

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:55 min | 3 months ago

A Strange Bridge

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I am your host kid chrome today. We're GONNA take a look at a mirror universe and possibly a fourth dimension in this podcast. I'm going to skip over the incredibly complicated nature of the life of a star that is necessary for black hole warm. I'm going to jump to the Weinstein Rosen Bridge. This is literally a bridge that connects with another. It was believed for decades based on conclusions by these two Greg. Mines that any ship. Let's say a rocket ship. Avars would be crushed if it entered this Einstein Rosen bridge however this thinking was disproved by Zealand mathematician. Roy Kerr who found another solution to passing through a black hole slash wormhole I. I need to make it absolutely clear. The black holes wormholes really do physically exist. So we can take that theory off of the proverbial chalkboard and say. Hey it's real second. The idea that our ship would be crushed when entering the block. Whole was based on the theory that it would enter from the side it was Kerr. The mathematician from New Zealand deduced that a ship fired centrally into the black hole would not be crush and could pass through to the other side. Where Mirror Universe or fourth dimension is waiting. What would that look like? Well imagine that are rocket has entered the Einstein Rosen bridge dead center as a rocket approaches a spinning block. Holo it detects a ring shaped spinning star the closer we get to the ring. The more light from the Mirror universe illuminates the effect resembles a hall of Mirrors. But we know this is going to happen so we are not fooled into thinking that the images are real. This big question can a black hole be used to travel throughout the Galaxy S in Star Trek? Here's the RUB. The curvature in space is determined by the amount of matter energy that is what would crush our ship and remember that matter. Energy comes from the close of or explosion of a star that I skipped over. The front of this podcast. When Captain Kirk takes us through hyperspace warp factor five the crystals must produce credible energy that among other keeps the ship from being crushed and at the same time creates a faster than the speed of light that is necessary for the ship to safely pass through a black hole of orders that leave us now. Let's assume that we can safely pass through the Einstein Rosen Bridge. What would this look like? Imagine that you were walking down main street. Usa The strange floating window opens up in front of you floating window for this example. All ignore the fact enough energy to make that window appear will probably shatter the earth. So with that bought out of the way you walk up to the floating window for better luck until your total shop. You see a face now. Let's say that the wind picks up and the baseball CAP. You were wearing blown through the window following his flight. You see blown into the sky of the other universe. It seems amazing that such a simple idea that higher dimensions can unify space with time and then a force can be explained by that warping of space time with black hole slash wormhole and the multiple connection with space. Where still probing the very limousine Weinstein's theory of general relativity? In fact the amount of energy matter necessary to create a wormhole or dimensional gateway is enough to make your brain AAC since we don't have Dr Lithium Crystals to protect us as we pass through a black hole. We have to wait for another theory before we launched that spaceship down the center of a Wormhole but the most speculative consequence of connect universes dimensions is a concept of building a time machine more on that time machine structure and what it would look like in a later

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

Curiosity Daily

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Curiosity Daily

"Nine Stein made some rock solid predictions from the existence of black holes to the way, massive collisions could cause gravitational waves. One of his predictions that hasn't come true, yet is the theoretical opposite to black holes white holes. And while we haven't proven the. Exist. Yet. Some scientists think they could explain some of the universe's most unexplainable characteristics. So let's talk white holes. You already know that black holes form when a massive star dies and its core. Shrinks, until it's so dense that nothing can escape its gravity inside at that point of no return. The star continues to collapse into an infinitely dense point known as a singularity. The singularity is one of the places black holes, get messy, at least, mathematically, speaking in nineteen thirty five Albert Einstein and fellow physicists. Nathan Rosen fixed that math by extending the point into a path that leads to a second location. This path was called an Einstein Rosen bridge, but you probably know it as a wormhole a black hole is at one end of a wormhole, and that means that the other end is you guessed it, a white hole, while anything that enters a black hole can never escape anything that escapes, a white hole can never return at least. I theoretically. Well, we know that black holes exist, so far. White holes only exist in pages of physics papers. Some scientists say they're probably just imaginary. But there are still physicists to keep coming back to them in two thousand fourteen theorists how haggard and Carlo Ravelli used quantum theory to show that black holes could actually transform into white holes via something called loop quantum gravity that theory. Basically says that the fundamental building blocks of space time are shaped like tiny loops and since those loops have a finite size that means a dying star can't actually collapse into a point of infinite density, instead, right before it reaches Infinity a dying star would experience a quantum bounce that exerts an outward pressure and turns it into a white hole. If true this could be a solution to the black hole information paradox, which says that even though anything that falls into a black hole can ever escape black holes gradually emit radiation until they disappear. Completely that's a problem because information can't be destroyed a white hole would deliver that information safely out the other side anyway, the black to white transformation would happen in a few thousands of a second. But because time dilates in the presence of gravity that fraction of a second might seem more like billions of years to an outside observer that could be a reason we haven't seen a white hole yet. The universe is just too young and most black holes are just too big for now, although white holes sure would be a convenient way to explain a lot of the universe's biggest mysteries. There's a strong possibility that they're just not a thing, still some of Stein's wilder predictions turned out to be true. Maybe we just need to wait another few billion years to find out read about today's stories and more on curiosity dot com. Join us again tomorrow for the award winning curiosity daily, and learns of the new and just a few minutes. I'm Ashley Hamer, and I'm Cody gov. Stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network..

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Do White Holes Exist?

Curiosity Daily

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Do White Holes Exist?

"Stein made some rock solid predictions from the existence of black holes to the way, massive collisions could cause gravitational waves. One of his predictions that hasn't come true, yet is the theoretical opposite to black holes white holes. And while we haven't proven the. Exist. Yet. Some scientists think they could explain some of the universe's most unexplainable characteristics. So let's talk white holes. You already know that black holes form when a massive star dies and its core. Shrinks, until it's so dense that nothing can escape its gravity inside at that point of no return. The star continues to collapse into an infinitely dense point known as a singularity. The singularity is one of the places black holes, get messy, at least, mathematically, speaking in nineteen thirty five Albert Einstein and fellow physicists. Nathan Rosen fixed that math by extending the point into a path that leads to a second location. This path was called an Einstein Rosen bridge, but you probably know it as a wormhole a black hole is at one end of a wormhole, and that means that the other end is you guessed it, a white hole, while anything that enters a black hole can never escape anything that escapes, a white hole can never return at least. I theoretically. Well, we know that black holes exist, so far. White holes only exist in pages of physics papers. Some scientists say they're probably just imaginary. But there are still physicists to keep coming back to them in two thousand fourteen theorists how haggard and Carlo Ravelli used quantum theory to show that black holes could actually transform into white holes via something called loop quantum gravity that theory. Basically says that the fundamental building blocks of space time are shaped like tiny loops and since those loops have a finite size that means a dying star can't actually collapse into a point of infinite density, instead, right before it reaches Infinity a dying star would experience a quantum bounce that exerts an outward pressure and turns it into a white hole. If true this could be a solution to the black hole information paradox, which says that even though anything that falls into a black hole can ever escape black holes gradually emit radiation until they disappear. Completely that's a problem because information can't be destroyed a white hole would deliver that information safely out the other side anyway, the black to white transformation would happen in a few thousands of a second. But because time dilates in the presence of gravity that fraction of a second might seem more like billions of years to an outside observer that could be a reason we haven't seen a white hole yet. The universe is just too young and most black holes are just too big for now, although white holes sure would be a convenient way to explain a lot of the universe's biggest mysteries. There's a strong possibility that they're just not a thing, still some of Stein's wilder predictions turned out to be true. Maybe we just need to wait another few billion years to find out

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Bad Science

"So the so that the events of that then play out. I'm giving this is a totally free backstory situation yet. All right. So then in what was it was, like Thor? The dark world salvaged is has kind of a mental break after being controlled by the mind stone. So he's running around Stonehenge in his underwear lake. He's a little bit. So, so after Infinity war, he basically, had a another mental break, all of these things sort of came together and triggered this thing. So he so he's like went off the grid completely is holed up in this hotel room in New Mexico, which is where the first store was set where they I discovered the Einstein Rosen, bridge, also known as the by frost, which is also known as the rainbow bridge. That's about that whole by. Yeah. Ordeal. Yes. So, so that's. Where they first Thors for skim. So he returned to New Mexico to kind of figure out. He's like this is where it all started. And he's like drawing on the walls of his hotel, and he befriends, this kid Felix Desta whose parents have disappeared in the, the snap inning, if you will. And so I we built him into I built him into the story originally. And you know, I once I knew what happened felt really organic, because I was like, we'll we'll figure out a way to like make it so that he's on his own or whatever, and I'm like something, you know, and so when it came out, it was very organic in the way that he ended up with the team, you and. Yeah. So then, so the story then becomes about them solving sort of retracing steps to. Figure out what happened and he sort of has to go back and visit old friends who he's been estranged from and kind of retrace steps in sort of put old beefs aside to basically be like I you know, I'm looking for Jane foster, I need help, something's happening. I name. Anyway. So, so, so anyway, so when I when we were developing the story. Will occur in a pilgrim, really was like we want to put science in this thing. We want to give context to the Infinity sounds as if they were real things, and, and I will say that marvel does has done a good job of putting real science in their movies, and things like that. So it isn't all just explained away like, oh some star portal, or whatever, like Einstein Rosen bridge is rooted in like you know what I'm talking about. I know you're laughing because not everybody does that in movies. They're just like sure just assume that aliens are here every day, and there's no reaction. There's no technology just exists, and we just accept it. But I do like that marble has made it a point to Mel real world science with sort of super science. Yeah. And so, anyway, so we had this conversation, and we started to, like, look at the options and that's when he. Set me up with the science and entertainment exchange. Okay. Which is an organization that works with people in the entertainment industry, writers screenwriters who need science for stuff and Frank. You're part of this, I'm not a part of the exchange, but I didn't know Brandon. You went outside. Yes, I did. Because I also because Frank works in genetics. Like, I they set me up with, like, Astro biologists from. And I wanted to put the scene where I wanted to show, lots of different stuff, so that's where Frank Cayman. Got you. So let me just get your guys review. I guess of this film, like where does it place for you because that's always like the question. I'm having with my buddies is like did you like Infinity more than endgame endgame the most you like the first one at cetera et cetera et cetera? So for me just to, like set the table here. I loved Infinity war again. Good. Didn't know a lot about it going in. Didn't I just figured like okay this is going to be hectic action movie tons of superheroes at cetera. But I thought it was a great time. I thought like you said about the science. I thought the way that they, you know, I, I wouldn't say completely explain, but they like explain enough to where you're like, okay reasonable whatever let's keep going..

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Security Now

"That's because the official name for a space time. Wormhole is an Einstein Rosen bridge which which suggests the possibility of short-circuiting space time if a non trivial solution to Stein's field equations can be shown can be shown to hold. So Einstein presented the possibility of such a thing. Although, you know, we sci-fi buffs minutes constant, I'm, for example, are favored. Author. Peter Hamilton is his whole comedy element isn't. It is knit too. Isn't it together? Very cleverly with. Wormholes, which short-circuit space time. Anyway, Domus says that this back door mechanism is a risk ARA RISC reduced instruction set computer co-processor that sits alongside the main c. three processor and is part of it by using a launch instruction, which is as zero f zero, zero f, three f a register control bit can be flipped, which enables this additional co processor. And Chris says that co-processor does not enforce the same security protections as the main c. three chipset and nobody disputes that. This alternate instruction set says the documentation which was subsequently published. This alternate instruction set includes an extended set of integer m x. floating point and three d. now instructions along with additional registers and some more powerful instruction forms over the x eighty six instruction architecture. So.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Models of space time and how they extreme Bridge might form At least two miles or connected to. A single throat so it goes through a tube or conduit to. The other side in, the foldable space time model has been demonstrated on a lotta, UFO television programs and also it's been seen in. The television programme stranger things in a wormhole is a theoretical passage through space time to create shortcuts for long journeys. Across, the universe now many times, we've heard, that you know it's kind of like matter of factly that we're malls are being made every day and certain another ion. Collider's and everything but see the thing with these, wormholes is, they're they're very they can actually suddenly collapse and, when they do we could see a lot of problems here on planet earth if they're made here. On planet earth so the idea has to be that by, some outrageous happenstance we can find ourselves in a situation where we. Fighting, stable warm oh now these were first theorized in one thousand nine hundred sixteen but, they've been, called you know different things in one thousand nine hundred Five Einstein and Nathan, Rosen who, is a physicist use the theory of general relativity relativity to actually elaborate on the idea that there are bridges through space. Time and he's bridges connect to different points in, space time, theoretically creating a shortcut that could reduce the travel, time they could reduce the distance and then and then we see the shortcuts short cups and everything. That had been talked about confirmed by NASA Einstein Rosen bridge, is wormholes there's also the study that's been done by Swiss professors. And, and investigators say there are Eddie's in the oceans various areas across the world across, the earth, where they compare them to wormholes now What you what we have to have is we have to have two miles in the throat connecting the two. Mauser most likely spheroid like. In the throat may be straight and stretched out kind of like a pipe, so we'd have to you know basically the theory is is that you know if you look at mathematics there. Is The existence of these were moles but none have been discovered but that does not mean that we don't have. A nominees that are being discovered every day here on planet earth and, so like I said there, are plenty of places, around the, planet the Bermuda triangle, skin Walker ranch e, steady number of places around, the world Did have some sort of a magnetic. Presents to them some sort of a president time literally stops, for feels like time has stopped or, you're stepping into a new dimension. And their. Various places around the, world where, this happens now there have. Been people who, have told, their experiences of displaced time about stepping into a place that they were. Not familiar with her I've never been familiar with and you know these are unexplained, but they're not impossible to have happened not not not in, any, way she performance so just last week of course we heard about Joshua Warren Joshua p Warren of course has been on. This program before we interviewed him a little while. Ago but as he was working, with something called the DT. Meter or differential time meter he claimed that when he was just outside of Las Vegas Nevada he picked up on. A time, difference or e, looked at times slowing down in the area, about by about twenty, milliseconds we, saw, that time was slowing down in his Area of Nevada and we've been talking about his discovery been talking. About just what science would back this up now I know it'd be difficult to try and figure out what is going on with one reading but of course if you look at the have fairly Keating experiments and other studies, in which you look at clocks and how. Clocks have been found a report different times after travelling at different, velocities you also heard of the Gulf of Aden we had people. Calling this program saying that when they were there watches did not synchronize when they were trying to When they were in the area, near the Gulf of Aden there's a big time Time differs time spiraled time Boorda's and some people even saying it's unstable and that's why we're seeing the situation in Africa where the. Continent is literally being ripped into because of a space time anomaly over the area and the thing. Is it's not something I hate to say this but Josh it's not something that you see it's not something that you see with your own eyes you have to. Measure it with equipment am I correct Yes on the other hand it may be that sometimes it does, affect the brain on a quantum level and changed. The way that? We perceive, reality so that becomes tricky because you know when people have say a ghostly, experience or something like that they might be able to look back in, time what about deja-vu I mean. Is it possible that when you encounter one of these very tiny time glitches you literally have. This station that, you've gone, back a second or two and that's what we call deja-vu so we might be able to experience this. Organically in a direct way from time to time. But technologically speaking you know there's an air force base in, Colorado call shreve and it is the headquarters for. The whole GPS system the, global positioning, system that has thirty two satellites. They call them the constellation of satellites all around the. Earth and they're working in tandem almost. As one huge WJR singular system like at. One singular instrument basically and what they have discovered it is that as we pass through space as, the planet passes through space at all of these. GPS satellites go? With us, sometimes they encounter a ripple in space time it takes I think something like, one hundred and seventy seconds to pass from one end of the GPS, system to the other and what's. Amazing is that when you look at some of these mega structures that we've created using GPS. Like big bridges, or factory, or out or airports or whatever there are little imperfections that can be located within their physical design that. Are a reflection of those times space ripples and. So technically speaking you could go back and maybe analyze some, of these structures that have been built using GPS And figure out what the status of space time was, when that GPS data was being, used to create that thing so the point being yes there are many different spectrums well whether it be something personal or something gigantic like our greatest technologies, and yet the ideas for us to be. A realizing. That look this time space warp stuff is not something that just necessarily happens out in outer space it can happen. Right here in your own living room in your own kitchen you are not separated from this because we are an integral part of this thing called the universe so, this this DT meter what was it calibrated to or what was the calibration factor with it I mean how are. We to know what, what did we find out that we're we're running twenty milliseconds slower in that area of Nevada I. Don't know enough about the, construction of the DT meter to give you a very accurate technical answer? To that, Ronald heath creator of this again? He's a silicon engineer he's in his, sixties he's worked on many many projects over the decades He's a guy who can really talk more. That so that's a weakness in my situation because all I did was take this thing and go out and use. It and what I found. And, I want to be. As specific as possible. For the technical folks, who are listening out there If, you look at the DT meter it has a little meter on one side with, a display and that display has zero point zero zero zero. Zero zero zero zero zero okay so there's eight places and there is a very wide, margin of error well actually before I get to that let me explain that connected. To the meter, is a one. Hundred foot long cable and on the opposite end of that cable is a sensor and so. That sensor is constantly sending data back. And forth between itself and the meter and the meter is keeping up with how long it takes for that to travel so now again we have. Eight we have zero and eight decimal places in order to have a very wide margin of error we completely ignore the last three digits, and so all we don't even start looking into this possibly being an anomaly and less that v Decimal place to the right actually. Changes and so in my case. My reading was zero point zero zero, zero zero two four nine one so at that fifth decimal point to which I've been describing as twenty one hundred thousands of, a second. I've, been calling that a micro second twenty microseconds as opposed to milliseconds but. To, be, honest with you I think, it sort of depends a little bit on how you want to read the decimal, places but the point being here and again I apologize for. This being dry and technical but I know there are people who want the specifics and, if you look at the video footage on your website my website it'll help with. That as well, and so what. I was doing was going out and I was looking for anything that would alter that fifth. Decimal places to the right and just. To catch people up who may may only now be tuning in I've used.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Space, time how strange Bridge. Might form These two miles or connected to. A single throat so it goes through a tuber conduit to. The other side in. The foldable space time model has been demonstrated on a lot of, UFO television programs and also it's been seen in the television programme stranger things that a wormhole is a theoretical passes through space time to create shortcuts for long journeys. Across, the universe now many times, we've heard, that you know it's kind of like matter of factly that we're malls are being made every day and Sern another ion. Collider's and everything but see the thing with these, wormholes is, they're they're very they can actually suddenly collapse and, when they do we could see a lot of problems here on planet earth if they're made here. On planet earth so the idea has to be that by, some outrageous happenstance we can find ourselves in a situation where we find. A, stable formal now these were malls were first. Theorized in nineteen sixteen But they've been called different things in one thousand nine hundred five Einstein and Nathan Rosen who is a physicist use the theory. Of, general relativity relativity to actually, elaborate on, the idea that there are bridges through space time and these bridges connect to different points in space time theoretically reading shortcut. That could, reduce the travel time they could reduce, the distance, and then and then we see the shortcuts short, cups and everything that have been talked about confirmed by NASA Einstein Rosen bridge is wormholes there's also. The study that's been done by Swiss professors and and investigators, say that there are Eddie's in the oceans various areas across the world. Across the earth where they compare them to wormholes now What you what. We have to have is. We have to have two miles in the throat connecting to master most likely spheroid like and the throat may be straight and stretched out kind of like a pipe so we'd have to you. Know Basically the theory. Is is, that you know, if you look at mathematics there is the, existence of these, were moles but none have been discovered but that does not mean that we don't have a nominees that are being discovered every day, here on planet earth and so like I said, there are plenty of places. Around the planet the, Bermuda triangle Skin Walker ranch e said he a number of places around the world that have some sort of a magnetic presents. To them some sort of a president were time literally stops, for feels like time has stopped or you're, stepping into a new dimension and, their various places. Around the world where this, happens now, there have been people who. Have told their, experiences of, displaced time if told is phrases about stepping into a place that they. Were not familiar with her I've never been familiar with and you know these are, unexplained but there they're not impossible to have happened not not, not, in any way shape or form. And, so just last, week of course we, heard about Joshua Warren Joshua, p Warren of course has been on this, program before we interviewed him. A little while ago but as he was working with something called the DT meter or differential time meter he claimed. That when, he was just, outside of Las Vegas Nevada he picked up, on a time Difference or e looked at time slowing down in the area about by. About twenty milliseconds we saw the time was slowing down in this area of Nevada, and we've been talking about his discovery been talking about just, what, science would back this up now I know it'd be difficult to, try and figure out what is going on. With one reading but of course if you look at the have, fairly Keating experiment and other studies in which you look at clocks and how have been found to report different times after travelling at different. Velocities you also heard of the Gulf of Aden we had people, calling this program saying that when they were there watches did not synchronize when they were trying to You know when when they were in the area near, the Gulf of Aden say there's a big time Time difference time spiral time Boorda's and some people who've been saying it's unstable and that's why we're seeing the situation happening. In Africa where the continent is literally being ripped into because of a space time anomaly over the area and the, thing is it's not something I hate to say this but Josh it's not something that you see it's not something that you see with your own eyes you have to measure. It with quick moment and my correct Yes On the other, hand it may be that sometimes it does affect the brain on a quantum level and change the way that we perceive. Reality so that becomes tricky because you know when people have say a ghostly experience or something like, that they might be able to look back in. Time What about. Deja-vu I mean, is it, possible that when you encounter one of these very tiny time glitches you literally have this station that you've. Gone back a second or two and that's what. We call deja-vu so we might be able to experience, this organically in a direct way from time to time but technologically speaking you know there's an, air force base in Colorado call Schreiber and it is the headquarters for the whole GPS system the global positioning system that has thirty two satellites they call. The constellation of satellites all, around the earth and they're working in tandem almost as one huge singular system like at one singular instrument basically and what. They have discovered it is that as we pass through space as the planet passes through space and, all of these GPS satellites go with us sometimes They encounter a? Ripple in, space time it takes I think something like one hundred and seventy seconds to, pass from one end of the GPS system to the other and what's, amazing is that when you look. At some of these mega structures that we've created using GPS like big bridges or factory or. Out or airports, or whatever, there are little imperfections they can be located within their physical design that are a reflection of those times. Space ripples and so technically speaking you could go. Back and maybe analyze some of these structures that have, been built using GPS and figure out what the status of space time was when that GPS, data was being used to create that thing so the point being yes there are many different spectrums whether it be something personal or something gigantic like are great Technologies and yet the idea is for us to be a realizing that look this time space warp stuff is not something that just, you know necessarily happens, out in outer space it can happen right here in your own living room in your own. Kitchen you are not, separated from this because we are an integral part of this thing called the universe so this this DT meter what was it calibrated to or what was the calibration factor with it I mean and how are. We know what what, did, we find out that we're, twenty we're running twenty milliseconds slower in that area of Nevada I. Don't know enough about the, construction of the DT meter to give you a very accurate technical answer? To that, Ronald heath the creator of this? Again he's a silicon engineer he's in his? Sixties he's worked on many many projects over the decades He's a guy who can really talk. More to that so that's a weakness in my situation because all I did was take this thing and go out. And use, it and what I. Found, and I wanna be. As specific as possible. For the technical folks, who are listening out there If you look at. The DT meter it has a little meter on one side with a display and that display has zero point zero zero zero zero zero, zero zero zero okay so there's eight places and there is a very wide margin of error Well actually before I get to that let me explain that connected to the meter is a one. Hundred foot long, cable and on. The opposite end of that cable is a sensor and so that sensor is constantly sending data. Back and forth between itself and the. Meter and the meter is keeping up with how long it takes for that to travel so now again we have eight we have zero. And eight decimal places in, order to have a very wide margin of error, we, completely, ignore the. Last three digits and so all we don't even start looking into this possibly being an anomaly and less that fifth. Decimal place to the right actually changes and so, in my case my reading was zero point zero zero zero zero two four nine one so at that fifth decimal point I, got to. Which. I've been describing as, twenty one hundred thousands of a second I've been Calling that a microseconds twenty microseconds. As opposed, to milliseconds but to be honest with you I think it sort of depends a little. Bit on how you want to, read the decimal places but the point being here and again I. Apologize, for this being dry and technical, but I know there are people who want the specifics and if you look at, the video footage on your website my website it'll help with. That as well and so what I was doing was going out and I was looking, for anything that would alter that fifth decimal places to the right and just to. Catch people up, who may may. Only now be tuning in I've used.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KSRO

"The foldable space time model has been demonstrated on a lot of UFO television programs would also, it's been seen in the television programme stranger things at a wormhole is a theoretical passage through space time to create. Shortcuts for, long journeys, across the universe, many times, you know we've heard that you know it's kind of like matter of factly that were malls are being made every day. And Cernan another ion collider and everything but see the, thing with these wormholes is they're very they can, actually suddenly collapse and when they do we could see a lot of problems here on planet. Earth if they're made here on predators so the idea has, to be that by some outrageous happenstance we can find ourselves in a situation where we Stable wormhole now these were moles were first. Theorized in, one thousand, nine hundred sixteen, but they've, been called different things in one thousand nine hundred five Einstein and Nathan Rosen who is a physicist use the theory of. General relativity relativity to actually elaborate on the idea that, there are bridges through space time and these bridges, connect to different points in space time theoretically creating a shortcut that could reduce the travel time. Could reduce the distance and and then we see the shortcuts, short cups and everything that have been talked about Confirmed by NASA Einstein Rosen bridge is wormholes there's also the study that's been. Done by a Swiss professors and investigators say that there are Eddie's in the, oceans various areas across the world across the earth where they compare them to wormholes now What, you what, we have to, have is we have to? Have, two miles in the. Throat connecting the two mouse would most likely be spheroid like in the throat may be straight and stretched out kind of like a pipe so we'd have to you know basically theory is is. That If you, look at mathematics, there is The existence of these. Were moles but none have been discovered but that does not mean that we don't have a nominees that are being. Discovered every, day here on, planet earth and so like I said there, are plenty of places, around the. Planet the Bermuda triangle skin Walker ranch e said he number of places around the world that have some. Sort of a magnetic presents to them some sort of a president were time literally, stops for feels like time has stopped or you're stepping into a new dimension and their various. Places, around the world where this happens now there have been people who have told their experiences of displaced time if told their phrases about stepping into a place. That they were not familiar with her I've never been familiar, with and you know these are unexplained, but they're not impossible to have, happened not not. Not in any way shape, or form, and so just last week, of course we. Heard about. Joshua Warren Joshua p Warren, of course Has, been on this program before we interviewed him a little while ago but as he was working. With, something called the DT meter or differential time meter he claimed that when he was just outside of Las Vegas Nevada he picked up on a time difference. Or e looked at time slowing down in the area about, by about twenty milliseconds we saw the, time was slowing down in this, area of Nevada. We've been talking about his, discovery been, talking about just what science, would back this, up now I know it'd be. Difficult to try and figure out what is going on with one reading but of, course if you look at the have fairly Keating experiment and, other, studies in which you look at clocks and how clocks have been found to report different times after travelling at different velocities. You also heard of the Gulf of Aden we had people calling. This program saying that when they were there watches did not synchronize when they were trying to When they were in the area near, the Gulf of Aden say there's a big time Time difference time spiraled time boards and some people are even saying it's unstable and that's why we're seeing the situation happening in Africa where the. Continent is literally being ripped in into because of a space time, anomaly over, the area and the thing is, it's not something I hate to say this but Josh. It's not something that you see it's not something that you see with your own eyes you have to measure with equipment and my correct Yes on the other hand it may be that sometimes it does affect the brain. On a quantum level and change the way that we perceive reality, so that, becomes tricky because you know when, people have say a ghostly experience or something like that. They might be able to look back in time What. About deja-vu I, mean is, it possible that when you encounter one of these very tiny time glitches you literally have this session that you've. Gone back a second or two and that's what. We call deja-vu so we might be able to experience this, organically in a direct way from time to time but technologically speaking you know there's an air. Force base in Colorado call shreve over and it is the headquarters for the whole GPS system the global positioning system that has thirty two satellites they call them. The constellation of satellites, all around the earth and they're working in tandem almost as one huge singular system like at one singular instrument basically and. What they have discovered is that as we pass through space as the planet passes through space and, all of these GPS satellites go with us sometimes They encounter a? Ripple in, space time it takes I think something like one hundred and seventy seconds to, pass from one end of the GPS system to the other and what's, amazing is that when you look. At some of these mega structures that we've created using GPS like big bridges or factory out. Or airports or, whatever there, are a little imperfections that can be located within their physical design that are a reflection of those times space. Ripples and so technically speaking you could go back. And maybe analyze some of these structures that have been built, using GPS and figure out what the status of space time was when that GPS data was. Being used to create that thing so the point being yes there are many different spectrums well whether it be something personal or something gigantic like are great This, technologies and yet the ideas. For us to be a realizing that. Look this, time space warp stuff is not something that just necessarily happens out in outer space it can happen right here in. Your own living room in your own kitchen you are not separated from this because we are an integral part of this thing called the universe so this this, DT meter what was it calibrated to or what was the calibration factor with it I mean how are we to know. What what did we, find out that we're twenty we're running twenty milliseconds slower in that area of Nevada I don't know enough about the construction of the DT meter to give you a very accurate technical answer to that Ronald heath. The creator of this, again, he's a silicon engineer he's. In, his sixties he's worked on many many projects over the decades He's a guy. Who can really talk more. To that so that's a weakness in my situation because all I did was take this thing and go out and. Use it, and what I found. And, I want to be. As specific as possible. For the technical folks, who are listening out there If you look. At the DT meter it has a little meter on one side with a display and that display has zero point zero zero zero zero, zero zero zero zero okay so there's eight places and there is a very wide margin of error Well actually before I get to that let me explain that connected to the meter is a one. Hundred foot long, cable and on. The opposite end of that cable is a sensor and so that sensor is constantly sending data. Back and forth between itself and the. Meter and the meter is keeping up with how long it takes for that to travel so now again we have eight we have zero. And eight decimal places in, order to have a very wide margin of error, we, completely, ignore the. Last three digits and so all we don't even start looking into this possibly being an anomaly and less that fifth. Decimal place to the right actually changes and so, in my case my reading was zero point zero zero zero zero two four nine one so at that fifth decimal point I, got to. Which. I've been describing as, twenty one hundred thousands of a second I've been Calling that. Microseconds, twenty microseconds as opposed to milliseconds, but to be honest with you I think it depends a little bit on how, you want to read the decimal places but the point being. Here and again I apologize for this being dry and technical but I know there are, people who want the specifics and if you look at the video footage on your. Website my website, it'll help with. That as well and so what I was doing was going out and I was looking for. Anything that would alter that fifth decimal. Places to the right and just to catch people up who may may only now be tuning in I've used this over and over and..

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

"Folding. Space. Strange Bridge might form Willie's two miles or connected to. A single throat so goes through a tuber conduit to the other side in, the foldable space time model has been demonstrated on television programs would also it's been seen in. The television programs stranger things that a wormhole is a theoretical passes through space time to create shortcuts for long journeys across the universe and many times, we've heard, that you know it's kind of like matter of factly that we're malls are being made every day and Cernan another ion. Collider's and everything but see the thing with these, wormholes is, they're they're very they can actually suddenly. Collapse And when they do we could see a lot of problems here on planet earth if they're made here, on planet earth so the idea has to be that by some outrageous happenstance we can find ourselves in a situation. Where we find a stable hormonal now these were moles were first theorized in, nineteen sixteen but they've been called different things in one thousand nine hundred five Einstein and Nathan. Rosen who is a physicist use the theory of general relativity relativity to actually elaborate on the idea that there are bridges through space time and these, bridges connect, to different points in space time theoretically creating a shortcut that could reduce the travel time could reduce the distance and then. And then we see the short cubs short cups, and everything, that have been talked about Confirmed by NASA Einstein Rosen bridge is wormholes there's also the studied. That's been done by Swiss professors and and investigators say that there are Eddie's. In the oceans various areas across the world across, the earth where they compare them to wormholes now What you, what we have to, have is we have, to have two miles in, the throat connecting the two mouse would, most likely be spheroid like. The throat may be straight and stretched out kind of like a pipe so we'd have to you know basically the. Theory is, is that you, know if you look at mathematics there is, the existence of these, wormholes but, none have been discovered but that does not mean that we don't have a nominees that are being discovered. Every day here on planet earth and so like, I said there are plenty, of places around the planet the Bermuda triangle skin Walker ranch e he a number of places. Around, the world that have some sort of a magnetic presents to them, some sort of. A president were time literally. Stops feels like time has stopped or you're stepping into a new dimension and their various places around the world where this happens now there have been people who have told their experiences of displaced. Time Told her about stepping into a place that they were, not familiar with her I've. Never been familiar with, and you, know these are unexplained, but they're but they're, not impossible to have happened, not not not in any way she, performance so just last week. Of course we heard about Joshua Warren Joshua Warren of course has been on this program before we interviewed him a. Little while, ago but as, he was working with something called the DT, meter or differential time, eater he, claimed that when he was just outside of Las Vegas Nevada he picked up on a time difference or. E looked at time slowing down in the area, about by about twenty milliseconds, we saw the time was slowing down in this area of Nevada and we've been talking about. His discovery been talking about just what science would back this up now I know it'd. Be difficult to try and figure out what is going on with one reading but, of course if you look at the have fairly Keating experiment, and, other studies in which you look at clocks and how clocks have been found report different times after traveling you different velocities. You also heard of the Gulf of Aden we had people calling, this program saying that when they were there there watches did not synchronize when they were trying to You know when they when they were in the area near the, Gulf of Aden they were saying there's a big time Time difference time spiral time Boorda's and some people are even saying it's unstable and that's why we're seeing the. Situation happening in Africa where the continent is literally being ripped in into because of a space time anomaly over the area, and the thing is it's not something I hate to say this but Josh it's not something you see it's not something that you see with your own eyes you have to. Measure it with equipment am I correct Yes on the other hand it may be that sometimes it does affect, the brain on a quantum level and change the. Way that we perceive reality, so that, becomes tricky because you know. When people have say a ghostly experience or something like. That they might be able to look. Back in time What. About deja-vu I, mean is, it possible that when you encounter one of these very tiny time glitches you literally have this station that. You've gone back a second or two and that's. What we call deja-vu so we might be able to, experience this organically in a direct way from time to time but technologically speaking you know there's. An air force base in Colorado call shreve and it is the headquarters for the whole GPS system the global positioning system that has thirty two satellites they call, the constellation of satellites, all around the earth and they're working in tandem almost as one huge singular system like at one singular instrument basically and. What they have discovered is that as we pass through space as the planet passes through space and, all of these GPS satellites go with us sometimes They. Encounter a ripple? In space, time it takes I think something like one hundred and seventy seconds to pass, from one end of the GPS system to the other and what's amazing, is that when you look at. Some of these mega structures that we've created using GPS like big bridges or factory or outdoors. Or airports or, whatever there, are little imperfections they can be located within their physical design that are a reflection of those times space. Ripples and so technically speaking you could go back. And maybe analyze some of these structures that have been, built using GPS and figure out what the status of space time was when that GPS data. Was being used to create that thing so the point being yes there are many different spectrums whether it be something personal or something gigantic like are great Technologies and yet, the ideas for us to. Be a realizing that look this time space warp stuff. Is not something that just you know necessarily happens out, in outer space it can happen right. Here in. Your own living room in your own kitchen you are not separated from this because we are an integral part of. This thing called the universe so this this DT meter what was it calibrated to or what was the calibration factor with it I, mean how, are we to know, what what did we, find out that we're twenty we're running twenty milliseconds slower in that area of Nevada I don't. Know enough about the, construction of the DT meter to give you a very accurate technical answer to that Ronald heath the.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I mean for example? At one point I saw a road sign that? Said next gas station seventy three miles and when you're out there. You know you don't have. A cell, phone signal, and you're very vulnerable so you, have to, be prepared I mean if you had car trouble you'd be, at the, mercy of whatever serial killer happened to be coming down the road. Next okay so let's, bring that, brings up a point you you, say that you don't have a phone signal that you. Don't how was the radio signals other did you get any radio where you're out there The entire trip I had. A try field natural EM meter model to which. Is extremely sensitive plugged into an external, coil antenna picking up any. Disturbances in the radio or microwave environment and, everything was pretty. Clear until, I got, right up to, that road that literally is the driveway, to area fifty, one and then. All of a sudden the, things started, going bonkers and now so that's not that surprising obviously right. At that spot they are using. Some kind, of radio-wave oriented technology to, scan cars to bean cars who knows what they're up to they have so many different little. Devices. Out there but but they are definitely hitting. Every vehicle right at the spot where you could take a left to. Go off where you find the? Guys who will shoot you have you ever been Maybe these some ideas it'd be we wanna take your DT meter lords Berg door have you ever heard of. Lawrenceburg door New Mexico No I. Never have there's a, place called lords Berg door in New Mexico and it's believed. That the area has Einstein Rosen bridge in it They say. The area there it's it's near mile marker seventeen out, on us highway ninety and they say that at times you see Things appear on the side. Of the road that aren't, normally they're like a tree stump. Or at one time somebody said they saw Legs on, the side of, the road where they, look they couldn't find, any body attached their, legs but then when they went to look again they were gone but it's Lord's. Berg basically a mile marker seventeen US how we I think it's forty miles away from Roswell forty miles outside of Roswell, New Mexico there's also an area, that I became reacquainted with its in the Chihuahua desert. In northern. Mexico called the zone of silence which. They even have signed say this is the Zona silence you. Won't have radio signals you won't your compass is going to go crazy and they're saying that the reason why there's that disruption there there's a lot of. Magnetic changes and fluctuations is because there's magnetized there, and apparently the places been a guess a target or ground zero for meteorite hits so you got this area where for some reason it's it's a meteorite attractor probably because the Bagmati Things come down and. In fact I think there was a spacecraft or a missile the crash there but when you look at where the area is I saw today the the. Zone of silence it's on the twenty seven th, parallel which is the same as the Bermuda triangle The pyramids of Giza in the Himalayas Yeah you find, these, clusters, of places, and you know it's it's, for example like in an I, mentioned North, Carolina since I'm from Asheville North Carolina. North Carolina is one. Of these parallels it's close to that I think thirty third to thirty seven th parallel which also is one of those lines, where you have the, Brown mountain lights the devil's tramping ground the lost colony, and the parts of the Bermuda triangle like. The island of Bermuda that all lineup and this I think is a really interesting idea that there is some kind of an alignment between these paranormal spots because what is there are actually little highways that surround planet earth that we have as civilians not become quite aware of yet were these are areas that the gravitational field are where the gravitational field is a little bit We'll say perhaps weaker or. Stronger and it makes it easier. For some of these craft to navigate, it reminds me of. When, you take a superconductor and you have one of, these, magnetic, tracks and, you just sort of shove, it and it goes zipping around, because there's, a relationship as it levitated with that. Magnetic field and that. Superconductor we might find that as we plot these points around earth that there is a map if you will that these UFO's, whatever they are whether, they be extraterrestrial or dimensional or a combination of both, are using in order to navigate the planet. And that's why you find certain areas that have more cattle mutilations more sightings other strange things that are a byproduct of these time space warps well we've seen you know the the demonstration of these times pace warps on shows like stranger things remember when they did the whole I can't remember the name of the it's it's an experiment Theory about how you are foes operator how time dimensions operate. Rather than going to a space you bring that space to you it's like folding space. Time so he do you. Take a piece of paper and, you draw a, dot on the. Piece of paper and then you polka pencil through it and then rather than rather than having you. Draw dot to, the other side you, just take the other side of the paper and you push it. Through the pencil so what you kind of demonstrated is is if you can fold space time you can bring the other area the other flap of space the upside down if you will towards you and you will be there that's what they say you have Foz do is that if you see a UFO they go up and then they, they put themselves, in a diagonal, position and then rather than them, taking off what you're seeing is you're seeing the space time or the. Or the the firm of being pulled towards them and so they disappear and, that's how it's kind of pulling a blanket over the UFO so. You, just don't, you it looks like it's taking off but in reality it's flash bang it's gone. Because it's like pulling the covers..

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

"Up any disturbances in the radio or microwave environment and everything was pretty clear until I got. Right up to that road that literally is the, driveway to area fifty one and then all of a sudden the things started going bonkers and now so that's not that surprising obviously right at that spot they are. Using some kind of? Radio-wave oriented technology to scan cars to bean. Cars who knows what they're up to they have so many different little devices out there but. But. They are definitely hitting every vehicle right at the spot where you could take a left to go off where you. Find the guys who will? Shoot? You have you ever been maybe these some ideas We wanna take your DT meter lords Berg door have you ever. Heard of lords Berg door in New Mexico No I never have there's a. Place called lords Berg door in New Mexico and. It's believed that the area has Einstein Rosen bridge in it They say today. The area there it's it's near mile marker seventeen out, on US highway ninety and they say that at times you see Things appear side, of the road that aren't, normally they're like a tree stump. Or at one time somebody said they saw Legs on the side of, the road where, they look they couldn't find any body attached, to their legs but, then when they went to look again they were gone but it's Lord's Bergh basically. A mile marker seventeen US how we I think it's forty miles away from Roswell forty miles outside of Roswell New Mexico, there's also an area that I, became reacquainted with its in the Chihuahua desert in northern. Mexico called the zone of silence which they even have signed say. This is the Zona silence you won't have radio signals you won't and you and your compass is going to go crazy and they're saying that the. Reason why there's that disruption there, that there's, a lot of I dunno magnetic changes and. Fluctuations is because there's magnetized there and apparently the, places been a I guess a target or ground zero for meteorite hits so you got this area where for some reason it's it's a meteorite attractor probably because the magnetized Things come down and in fact I think there was a spacecraft or a missile the crash there but when you look at, where the area is I saw, today the, the zone of silence it's on the twenty. Seven th parallel which is the same as the, Bermuda triangle the pyramids of Giza in the Himalayas Yeah you find these clusters of places and. You know it's it's for example like in and I, mentioned North Carolina since I'm from Asheville North. Carolina North Carolina is one of these parallels it's close to that I think thirty third to thirty seven th parallel which also is one of those lines where you have the Brown mountain likes the devil's tramping ground the lost colony and the parts of the Bermuda triangle like the island of Bermuda that all lineup and this I think is a. Really interesting idea, that there is some kind of alignment between these paranormal spots because. What is there are actually little highways that surround, planet earth that we have as civilians not become quite aware of yet were these are areas that the gravitational field are where, the gravitational field is a little bit We'll say brass weaker or stronger and. It makes it easier for some. Of these craft to navigate it reminds, me of when you take. A, superconductor and you have one of these magnetic tracks, and you, just sorta, shove it and it goes zipping around because there's a relationship, as it, levitated with that magnetic field and that. Superconductor now we might. Find that as we plot these points around earth that there is a map if you will that these UFO's whatever they are whether they be extraterrestrial. Or inter dimensional or a combination of both are using, in order to navigate the planet and that's. Why you find.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on Bad Science

"The stuff coming out of a similar kinds of situation okay so that's the arabic that's that was theoretical and i'm pretty sure there's nobody who really subscribes to it these days originally very early on in the concept of black holes people sort of played around with the idea but i think it fundamentally wormholes and wormholes that was actually something that was conjectured by einstein originally having to do with us theory he and another a scientist named rosen they came up with it and it's called an einstein rosen bridge i'll i've i've eaten there bagels with cream cheese or simply impose okay but they they do do but yeah the the main thing was that this is the idea of bridge they have the whole thing with punching a hole in going right you don't have traveled from point a to point b sort of on the surface of the earth you sort of tunnel through the earth and that's the idea of tunneling by so warm holes are still though wormholes are fundamentally and this was actually the kip thorne was very much involved with this because in the movie contact when carl which was based on carl sagan's book when carl sagan was writing that book he wanted he didn't want were speed light speed and you know all the sort of hyperspace kinds of things he said is there a way of making worm wormholes work physically and kept on students worked on it and came up with a way initially but overtime they've come to the conclusion that it's not likely that to naturally ever occur of really there's no real formal there's no real warm holes and because it actually it there's a cascade of things eventually which leads to the whole time travel thing where you go and kill your grandma monceau right it actually allows that to happen that's the.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The voice of sarasota brought to you by professor michio kaku this is science fantastic welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku before the break we had a question about whether or not you can use black holes as time machines well the short answer is we don't know but there is a theory compatible with the quantum theory and einstein's theory of general relativity first of all if i spent a by call and all black clothes we see in outer space are spinning then the matter we think collapses not to adopt per to ring the ring does not collapse because the centrifugal force so centrifugal force keeps the ring afloat and if you're a fall through the ring mathematician roy kerr back in nineteen sixty three found that you do not die you can fall straight through to a parallel universe in fact this is called a wormhole a gateway through space and time connecting to universes i introduced by stein himself back in one thousand nine hundred thirty five he wrote a paper with his student nathan rosen so today we call it the stein rosen bridge and i was quite surprised watching the thorn movies because they have to explain whereas guard is relative to the the earth and they said in the movie that yes there's an einstein rosen bridge found by natalie portman and that connected the world of the gods the north gods including thor with the earthlings now the question is how stable are they and what would it take to build one of these things well so that you can use this as a time machine so then the question is how real is this machine the question is stability assuming i that you can play with black holes and open up the gateway you wanna make sure that gateway is stable so you can walk through it and not be crushed by the gateway well this is where stephen hawking comes in stephen hawking wanted to prove that time travel was impossible he wanted to create what is called the chronology protection hypothesis the show that ironsides equations forbid time travel well caulking failed he could not find a rule nine stein's theory that prevented time travel from happening so he was forced to admit that well you got to take it seriously but then hockey and finally said yes time travel is consistent with relativity consistent with a quantum theory but he said they may not be.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Brought to you by professor michio kaku this science welcome back to science fantastic with professor michio kaku before the break we had a question about whether or not you can use black holes as time machines well the short answer is we don't know but there is a theory compatible with the quantum theory and einstein's theory of general relativity first of all if i spent a by call and all black calls we see in outer space are spinning then the matter we think collapses not to adopt to a ring the ring does not collapse because the centrifugal force so centrifugal force keeps the ring afloat and if you fall through the ring mathematician roy kerr back in nineteen sixty three found that you do not die you can fall straight through to a parallel universe in fact this is called a wormhole a gateway through space and time connecting to universes i introduced by einstein himself back in nineteen thirty five he wrote a paper with his student nathan rosen so today we call it the einstein rosen bridge and i was quite surprised watching the thorn movies because they have to explain whereas guard is relative to the the earth and they said in the movie that yes there's an einstein rosen bridge found by natalie portman and that connected the world of the gods the.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Into our world through the open conduit and again we wonder with all the experiments that are happening in sern could there be at any time a breach where a door opens and the abyss yields up its contents now could we find proof of such event and if we did would it ever be nominated what scientists deny it even though there's a lot of evidence to show that may be happening i mean this is what i believe would be another form of disclosure but what is needed is some sort of quantum confirmation some bit of information that could indicate that a brain overlap a membrane overlap as taking place or that stargate has formed over the earth or is forming over the earth or sustainable stable wormhole nine stein rosen bridge has opened up space time locality is one of the cornerstones in our present understanding of physics right now and in the film interstellar for example i don't know if anybody has seen the movie interstellar but it's a fascinating film and what that film demonstrated was how the prospects of wormholes can be used as a means for interstellar transport going from planet to planet space time space time and although there is currently no evidence that such a thing exists that exotic objects like this exist in nature it's possible that they could be artificially created perhaps some versions of a higher dimensional string theory or perhaps engineering of the fundamental space time foam or i mean it's all about unified field it's all about einstein rosen bridge it's the einstein rosen bridge theory resulted from a set of solutions einstein's relativity equations by carl shorts child and he used general relativity basically theory the populates curve space structures that can connect to two different regions of space time so when you talk about a rosenberger sustainable wormhole the einstein rosenberg is also featured in two episodes of stargate atlantis one designed by doctor rodney mckay and one designed by.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WRVA

"Welcome back to coast to coast am saturday night amir fillon host jimmy church our guest is rat olsen author of a feature ussl terek in that series and also publisher up at ccc publishing and brad talking about this collision ripe between science and technology in silicon valley and computer science all of this is starting to overlap into our worlds we were just talking about the singular harrity and the dating of that the other part of this if parallel worlds and the multi world multiuniverse side of things is proven and we are there now uh what what is that do with time travel bring it verify time travel because what we're looking at is a multi verse or an army verse of many many dimensions is least thirteen scientists tell us we have and it also draws the picture of space time uh going back to einstein's theory and uh the einstein rosen bridge having the ability to access the time line in a physical way using it to move back or forward in time it doesn't always have to be time travelling backwards it could be time travelling forwards do what does this do because ev like has set of all of this starts to fall apart right all of this of the domino's starts to fall it's all connected at will you a just mentioned cern and this needs to come into play with what they are doing out there we've got this sensation going on that we don't have answers for a call the mandela fact which involves the possibility of time travel which involves parallel worlds which involves quantum mechanics and quantum theory you see it's all connected isn't it it career record in order reporter franquet kern really air stargate vetted has the potential to open up other dimension it has potential to open up time travel got who in the movie stargate where people were seen jumping through this lighted ring that was spinning very quickly it could be very similar to that in many people say that the real reason we went in to attack iraq was that they had a stargate that went all the way back to mess batavia and it was down in the based in a museum there baghdad and indeed that was one of the.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast am saturday night amir fillon host jimmy church our guest is rat olsen author of a feature a so terek in that series and also publisher up at ccc publishing and brad talking about this collision ripe between science and technology in silicon valley and computer science all of this is starting to overlap into our worlds we were just talking about the singular rarity and the dating of that the other part of this if parallel worlds and the multi world multiuniverse side of things has proven and we are there now uh what what is that do with time travel bring it verify time travel because what we're looking at is a multi verse or an army verse of many many dimensions at least thirteen scientists tell us we have and it also draws the picture of space time uh going back to einstein's theory and uh the einstein rosen bridge having the ability to access the time line in a physical way using it to move back or forward in time it doesn't always have to be i'm travelling backwards it could be time travelling forwards do what do because of lack has set of all of this starts to fall apart right all of this if the domino's serves to fall it's all connected at a we you a just mentioned cern here and this needs to come into play with what they are doing out there we've got this sensation going on that we don't have answers for a call the mandela fact which involves the possibility of time travel which involves parallel worlds which involves quantum mechanics in quantum theory he see it's all connected isn't it it curie rock record an auto repair crank with her really air erased argie vetted has the potential to open up other dimension it has potential to open up i'm travel girl in the movie stargate where people were seen jumping through this lighted ring that was spinning very quickly it could be very similar to that and it in many people say that the real reason we went in to attack iraq was that they had a stargate that went all the way back to mess batavia and it was down.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Welcome back to coast to coast am saturday night amir fillin host jimmy church our guest is rat olsen author of a feature ussl terek in that series and also publisher a pit ccc publishing and brad talking about this collision ripe between science and technology in silicon valley and computer science all of this is starting to overlap into our worlds we were just talking about the singular harrity and the dating of that the other part of this if parallel worlds and the multi world multiuniverse side of things is proven and we are there now uh what what is that do with time travel hang it verify garm travel because what we're looking at is a multi verse or an army verse of many many dimensions at least thirteen scientists tell us we have and it also draws the picture of facetime uh going back to einstein's theory and uh the einstein rosen bridge having the ability to access the time line in a physical way using it to move back or forward in time it doesn't always have to be i'm travelling backwards it could be time travelling forwards to fan what does this do because of lack has set of all of this starts to fall apart right all of this of the domino's starts to fall it's all connected there will be a just mentioned cern here and this needs to come into play with what they are doing out there we've got this sensation going on that we don't have answers for call the mandela fact which involves the possibility of time travel which involves parallel worlds which involves quantum mechanics and quantum theory you see it's all connected isn't it it curie ro record an auto repair banquet hern really ear stargate vetted has the potential to open up other dimension it out and cruel to open up crime travel got her in them movie stargate where people were seen jumping through the lighted ring that was spinning very quickly it could be very similar to that and it and many people say that the real reason we went in to attack iraq was that they had a stargate that went all the way back to mess amia and it.

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"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"einstein rosen bridge" Discussed on KTRH

"A single electron and timing was dubious about that but the basis of the idea that electrons and travel back in time and become positron became the ashes of his later nobel prize where he did he came up with some the host timing diagrams which shows how particles in iraq and and those are still used today um we still think of positron sir positive verses of electrons as being something like electrons moving backward in time but no one really believed that the electrons are actually moving backwards in time it's your create i mean that's something that works for the calculation how close would they to developing time travel well we earlier took something that einstein developed which was co the einstein rosen bridge and developed if there's something called a warm hall now worm hole is the connec shin between different parts of space and wheeler was hoping to use these warm all the model particle this is a later period when he get enough the idea that everything was electrons and switch to the idea that everything is geometry and wheeler came up with the idea warmed almost and then later his dudayev who just won the nobel prize kip thorne said in in the 80s hip thorne was his his student yes that's amazing so that that's another thing we will is famous for he had very good fit it nobel prizewinning students finding won the nobel prize skip thorn won the nobel prize and kip thorn in the 1980s was asked by carl sagan how can you travel through space in a reasonable way because carl sagan was writing a science fiction novel contact and carl sagan contacted kempthorne said well can use black holes to travel from one point in space to another and and kept aren't said well if you try to go into a black hole you'd be crushed that wouldn't be a realistic way of travelling space but there's something called worm halls and kept on remembered john wheelers warm off and said well what if you could take a warm hall and make a very big big enough to travel through and.

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