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God-In-A-Box: What is it?

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posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 04:11 PM
a reply to: justseth

This is just bad science.
It's speculation based on speculation where results of 50.2% and 56.25% are called "rough agreement".

I'm a layperson and find this amusing.
It's like a Neil Degrasse Tyson fan started writing fan fiction.

I could be incorrect and because I'm a layperson I need your wisdom to translate it.
We can discuss credit card details later, but we really need to see some more of the math first.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 04:27 PM
a reply to: Krahzeef_Ukhar

You can download all of these scientific papers that this presentation is based on from this location:

We do accept donations as that's what driving our R&D right now. (Not currently associate with a University.)


posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 04:30 PM
And for those of you that don't know who Neil Degrasse Tyson is, here's a video of him:

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:01 PM
An important part of EXPER-VERTEX is the study of the very large. See the cosmology thread that I put up. I'm being silly and theatric here, but you can read up on the serious cosmology end of GIAB there.

There is currently a discussion among some groups of DeSitter vs. anti-DeSitter space describing space time the best, and my own consulting company has decided to go forward on the FUN project (EXPER being a big success with several thousand downloads on the documentation and papers, and even hundred of downloads on the codebase).

Here is an accurate picture of the Milky Way galaxy, with its six arms, 4 major and two minor.

Will be starting with the genetics portion of our discussion shortly (hours).

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:14 PM
Michal! You need to release yourself from your box! Just acknowledge you are trapped and you will set yourself free!!!

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:16 PM

originally posted by: CynConcepts
Michal! You need to release yourself from your box! Just acknowledge you are trapped and you will set yourself free!!!

Ah, you show promise. Ma'am.

Ever though about becoming a God? Usually I say Godess, but I already see you are one of those. ;D

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:25 PM
a reply to: justseth

Cool, just started reading.

Should I expect to see "rough agreement" or "rough approximation" in all the papers?

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:30 PM
If you are wondering what kind of hardware we use, usually quad-cores with a lot of memory, at least for conceptualizing our research.

This is Minuette. There's also Moloch and ARM and a few others.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:40 PM
a reply to: justseth

Briliant. I don't have any more to contribute but I wish you luck.

I'd only suggest looking for your Jonestown now, you'll want a lot of followers so you will need the space and the property market only gets more expensive.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 05:45 PM
a reply to: Krahzeef_Ukhar

Lmao...and thanks for the complement.

Thank you for attending our presentation, Krahzeef (and others). Hopefully you'll take something positive from it in all your travels.

Do come back after and view the complete lecture when it is finished. ATS is a really cool place to host these lol.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 09:16 PM
OK, looks like we've had a bit of time to think about things.

Now for the genetics portion of the presentation...

Let's start off with proteins and enzymes.

An important on that is responsible for replication of virtually all of the building blocks of the cell is DNA Polymerase. Polymerase is interesting because it works in concert with other enzymes like beta clamps, DNA ligase, DNA Gyrase to replicate DNA strands through a process mediated (at its lowest level) by voltages (ie. EM fields of it electron orbitals).

This enzyme looks like this:

You will notice the different colors, they are indicative of different molecular boundaries that comprise the enzyme.

A strand of DNA enters through the front end, and is replicated on two replicating volumes within the enzyme. As you might already know DNA is comprised of 2 strands twisted into a single "double helix", and each strand needs to be replicated separately (hence the two replicating areas on the enzyme). Another interesting situation is that DNA strands have a direction called the 5_3 direction and the 3_5 direction, so one of the replication sites needs to work backwards.

DNA can be understood both biologically and chemically, in other words they can be operated on by both biological methods as well as chemical. Chemically, you can model DNA, let's say using nanotech techniques (ie. electron orbital and bonding lengths).

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 09:47 PM
Enzymes (Continued)

Another enzyme that is important with in human cell is ATP Synthase. It recharges the internal power system of a cell which is based on the molecule (not protein or enzyme) AMP or ATP. AMP stands for adenosine monophosphate (which is the discharged version of...) ATP, which stands for adenosine triphosphate (the charged version). There is about half a cup of AMP in the body but its continuously being charged and discharged like a small army of li-ion batteries.

The chemical difference between AMP (discharged) and ATP (charged) is that its phosphorus atoms are stripped off. AT synthase reattaches two phosphorus atoms back onto it charging it again. The charged little battery molecule then travels within the aqueous (watery) environment of the cell to where it needs to be (I guess) by voltage differentials and forces like Van der Walls. This is how the cell actually functions. Its power source.

How its recharged is by gluciogenolysis. Basic sugars (like glucose, hence the name) are oxidized leading to the liberation of hydronium ions (basically protons or hydrogen nucleus) which enter the ATP synthase enzyme and power the attachment of phospherous atoms back on to the AMP molecules.

Here is a picture of this important enzyme:

The interesting part about it is that it is structured very much like a nanotechnology motor (like the artificial kind) where the proton enters through the cell membrane and charging AMP molecules sit in the rotating part of the enzyme (like bullets in a revolved) until they are charged and ejected. Very strange that a living organism would have a structure like this, I think. Yet it is so.

There are various animations of YouTube of this process and were instrumental in me picking up these knowledges.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 09:53 PM
How this pertains to our projects is that to understand life, you need to understand life. Yes there are a bunch of scientific papers out there but we need to know the principles behind life. For example, in conversations with a geneticist you realize that they know a lot about the chemistry of a cell, but very little about how everything fits together, what makes it work, what makes it alive? Is it a machine...or it it more? (Something called the "black box" approach to understanding these things).

You'll notice in the discussion of ATP Synthase that I was concerned about the actual pathways, using energy as my guide. It functions, I suspect, like an electrical circuit in that if you can trace the energy in circuit patterns (this being charged by this, being charged by this, being discharged by that, being charged again by this) then you can get a good over all understanding of how a living cell works.

How this could be done is by nanotech modeling which uses 3D positions of atoms with bonding lengths (an approximation but important in actually simulating living molecules because of their complexity) and bonding strengths.

posted on Dec, 21 2016 @ 09:56 PM
This concludes the genetics portion of this presentation. If you have any questions, concerns or something you want to discuss about this lecture or anything in the "bare metal" EXPER-VERTEX, we would welcome them.

posted on Dec, 25 2016 @ 02:14 AM

originally posted by: justseth

originally posted by: Specimen
Or maybe it inside of the brain...Insane to the membrane...INSANE!!!

Its interesting you should say this Specimen, because we believe that this particle, on the consciousness side of GAIB, is connected to the grey matter of the brain through dark matter "hairs" through some interesting plumbing.

Would like to correct this portion of the presentation, its actually the white matter, the interconnectivity portion, that we think has further connectivity to dark matter.

posted on Dec, 25 2016 @ 02:34 AM
I wanted you to look at a genetic visualizer a group has been working on.

Here is a portion of the source code:

You will notice that it doesn't have a data file with it. We strongly recommend NOT looking for the data file (if you should try to find it, look at the domain name you are at, and you'll know why I'm saying this).

However you can analyze the code; I think it shows representative levels of technology some of the groups are working at
edit on 12/25/2016 by justseth because: sorry finally had to bring them in as images

edit on 12/25/2016 by justseth because: (no reason given)

posted on Dec, 25 2016 @ 02:26 PM
I would point out that I'm not currently with peer review so the speed of our research is ENTIRELY dependant at this point on money. I don't know what the TOS around here is on this, but its traditional at our group to ask for donations. (@mods, if its against TOS, please jut remove this post).

Donating will get you a place of recognition on our thank you page (company names are OK as well).

Just go to the main site: and there are Paypal buttons all over the place.

But more importantly, passwords that allow you to see in real time exactly what we are working on (complete with codebases, graphic outputs, 3D plots, source code, prototypes, blueprints, etc. etc.) and download them and start working on them yourself.

For example, we need a large composite nose cone that needs to get finished. If you feel you could do a project with us, contact me via PM and we'll talk.

posted on Dec, 26 2016 @ 01:22 AM
Here is an interesting article:

New Spin on the Quantum Brain

posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 08:51 AM
Oh some good news. We finally have one of those female reproductive system prototypes. Managed to sneak a few pics of it out.

Kidding...I don't know what it is. I was just doing a search on laundry detergent on and I saw this in one of the frames....and....well....though of you, guys.

posted on Dec, 30 2016 @ 09:22 AM
a reply to: justseth

dude stop
we know you are mentally ill so dont make we mentally ill too!

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