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The timewave flows around the major point of gravity and energy existing across all local parallel three dimensional realities -- our Sun.
Not every star has a timewave, only stars bearing conscious beings. The timewave is like a thumbprint, an identity unique to an entire civilization. Each sun has an intimate connection with it’s conscious offspring, and our Sun is no different.
This paper explores the idea that the universe is a virtual reality created by information processing, and relates this strange idea to the findings of modern physics about the physical world. [...] Yet logically the world could be an information simulation running on a multi-dimensional space-time screen. Indeed, if the essence of the universe is information, matter, charge, energy and movement could be aspects of information, and the many conservation laws could be a single law of information conservation. If the universe were a virtual reality, its creation at the big bang would no longer be paradoxical, as every virtual system must be booted up. [...] Such an approach could reconcile relativity and quantum theories, with the former being how information processing creates space-time, and the latter how it creates energy and matter.
Originally posted by antar
Timewave Gravity shift, these are the words that came to me today. I have no idea what they mean, but the last few times words have come they always have significance to a near future event such as Tsunami.
Are we headed towards a timewave gravity shift/swith, and if so what does it mean?
Thank you. You may u2u me the answer if you like.
Secondly, and this one is out there, I wonder if the planets distances from the sun in any way correlate to your 3d version of the timewave?
The Earth and sun are 93 million miles apart, but they are hardly separated. Magnetic lines of force connect our planet's poles directly to the stellar surface, forming a "sun-Earth system" that researchers are only beginning to understand. Ultimately, the accuracy of space weather forecasts hinges on their progress, and it may require an international effort to succeed.