a reply to: Serdgiam
The answers you seek are within the work.
This slide is a representation of a 2-d slice of a bar magnet. A one second snap shot. It's not in flux, however a magnet on the outside or an
inductive loop nearby would cause changes to this field. Those changes can be measured.
Modern technology ignores the E field component and are simply fixated on the Magnetic portion. The E field is how the force is applied through
"action-at-a-distance". Tetryonics suggests that we can arrive at this elegant solution, but we still lack the technology. It will take some precision
engineering and some open minded laboratories will need to start in on these experiments. We welcome your team to take a stab at it. Or just pass on
the underlying understanding and watch your research open up to new vistas of understanding virtually overnight.
I would encourage you and your team to revisit your prior experiments with Tetryonics in mind. Had your team been aware of the Equilateral Geometry of
the 'squared' numbers of physics they wouldn't have come up against so many anomalies and other items that plagued the system.
There is a three tiered method to the solution and the interviews go into greater detail. Minute mark 41 of the file below is basically where your
answer can be found.
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Polynomial time vs non-polynomial time.
This is from the beginning of the interview...and for your convenience of course.
"Tetryonics says that there is a fundamental relationship that can be equated between charges and bits of information. The computing system we've
built on binary bits can be related directly back to the possible arrangements of plus and minus charges of equilateral Planck Quanta at the quantum
Just how we stream bits together to make a byte, we then manipulate these bytes over a period of time to do certain mathematical executions, summing,
addition, multiplication, computer graphics, are all examples of computers manipulating ones and zeros. All that manipulation takes a certain amount
The NP side of it asks, Is there a way to process these bits faster, or is there a solution in the math to make p = np so that you can process 16 bits
of information in a massively parallel or serial operation that reduces the time component.
Tetryonics looks at this from a quantum charge perspective. It's probably useful at this stage to revisit Quantum Mechanics...
The first of it is to equate the plus and minus charges to bits of information. The unique thing about the Equilateral Planck Quanta is that they can
come together in different patterns. If you have an equilateral triangle full of Planck Quanta, there will always be a 'square' number in that
triangle. It's a charged field, it may be a positive or a negative, but within that positive or negative charged field of 'squared' Planck Quanta
there will be an asymmetry between the number of positive and negative within that will gives rise to the net charge."
Rather than respond to the post, have a listen, site back with your drink and just enjoy the solution as it comes to you.
edit on 24-5-2014 by shixta because: typo
edit on 24-5-2014 by shixta because: added much information.