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originally posted by: RenegadeOfTheLight
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
Jun 30 2020 14:48:37 (EST) NEW
How do you prevent public embarrassment re: lack of crowd size?
How do you continue the 'con' re: [fake] polling lead?
How do you support mail-in ballot election fraud ["election was not rigged all polls showed Biden had double digit lead v POTUS" - example]?
Who benefits the most?
Is this about the virus OR THE ELECTION?
Biden Press conference. This is sad.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: Malevolous
Looks great Malevolous... a minor tweak request please:
Could you show the Eastern Standard Time Tweet on the tweet? = Jun 30 2020 09:49:02 (a red annotation would do)
..and the EST time for Q4547 is 11:12:09 (again a red annotation would do).
Couple of extra factoids - you decide whether to incorporate or not:
1) Q post minus Tweet time:
01:23:07 = PAIN surrounded by 17 = Q!
2) The loaded date of the Youtube is interesting... Oct 23, 2018:
Oct = Hydra
23 = PAIN
2018 = 2+1+8 = 11 = deep state, and
it all sums to 10+23+11 = 44 = BO/Renegade
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Are we watching a movie?
But in the dogged pursuit of these codes over the past quarter-century, a funny thing happened in 2014, when physicists found evidence of a deep connection between quantum error correction and the nature of space, time and gravity. In Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity, gravity is defined as the fabric of space and time — or “space-time” — bending around massive objects. (A ball tossed into the air travels along a straight line through space-time, which itself bends back toward Earth.) But powerful as Einstein’s theory is, physicists believe gravity must have a deeper, quantum origin from which the semblance of a space-time fabric somehow emerges.
That year — 2014 — three young quantum gravity researchers came to an astonishing realization. They were working in physicists’ theoretical playground of choice: a toy universe called “anti-de Sitter space” that works like a hologram. The bendy fabric of space-time in the interior of the universe is a projection that emerges from entangled quantum particles living on its outer boundary. Ahmed Almheiri, Xi Dong and Daniel Harlow did calculations suggesting that this holographic “emergence” of space-time works just like a quantum error-correcting code. They conjectured in the Journal of High Energy Physics that space-time itself is a code — in anti-de Sitter (AdS) universes, at least. The paper has triggered a wave of activity in the quantum gravity community, and new quantum error-correcting codes have been discovered that capture more properties of space-time.