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Pentagon Scientists Use 'Time Hole' to Make Events Disappear

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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 03:48 AM
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I know that this is really a cutting edge technology but isn't this old news already? I think I have already read this news a few months ago.




posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 04:27 AM
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cool, can we make election day 2008 dissapear? I always hoped we were just living in some kind of dream/nightmare for the past 3 years...and that we would wake up soon.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 04:39 AM
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Originally posted by TiM3LoRdWow the military really are 100 years ahead of us.


No, they're really not. If they were then they wouldn't of spent the last decade trying to fight an enemy hiding in caves.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 04:46 AM
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This is what they are telling the media...so chances are they have already mastered this tech.

Its like computers. They sell off these laptops etc that are declared so powerful, yet the tech they already poses is far more powerful but is kept away from the public.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 04:47 AM
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Originally posted by MushroomWig

Originally posted by TiM3LoRdWow the military really are 100 years ahead of us.


No, they're really not. If they were then they wouldn't of spent the last decade trying to fight an enemy hiding in caves.


Lol, don't know if your being serious with this comment, but they have spent the last decade fighting an enemy in caves because it generates money and allows them to move pieces on the chess board.

And to add...yes, they really are!



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 05:21 AM
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For those of you having trouble grasping this. the "test" took place over a fraction of a fraction of a second (not a typo). It's a small step/giant leap type thing.

Literally, event A takes place as normal. What this does is slow the light both before and after the event.

So it looks like a I dream of Jeannie/Bewitched type thing were they make something happen in a blink of an eye.

The event takes place in real time. But they slow the light both before and after the event so the event becomes masked.

As we used to say in the 1970s, Neat-oh.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 06:46 AM
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Very, very interesting...(and I am not kidding)

but if we put this much effort, time and money into feeding the planet, ending poverty and creating world peace we might have a legacy to be proud of.

Instead we put every fiber, new technology and ounce of effort into finding new ways to sneak around and kill fellow humans. Or we try and try to find new ways to dominate them.

We ought to want to be invisible.

We cannot face what we have done to this world.

We are the neanderthals.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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I wont believe it......until I see it........oh, wait that's right
I wont see it. Ok, then, I wont believe it, until I DONT see it! I believe this as much as I believe we landed on the moon. Cant cure cancer, but can alter perceptions of time......Riigghhhhttt!



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:22 AM
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This story is true. And ive been tracking this tech for a few years now.

I first heard about it when they announced they could make objects invisible to infrared and sound. This is just a continuation of the principles. Instead of "warping" sounds or IR radiation around an objects, they are doing it with light. They have been openly talking about this for the last couple years.



www.pcmag.com...
www.guardian.co.uk...
physicsworld.com...


also i highly doubt wired.com said obama teleported to mars. It may have been a joke.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:23 AM
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This is really quite cool. Gotta love crazy scientists and their love of the bizarre and far fetched.

"And they said i was mad! Me! Mwa hah hah hah hah"


Obviously, we can all see the nefarious benefits of such technology. Does anybody have any ideas of any positive benefits?



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:26 AM
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Originally posted by MushroomWig

Originally posted by TiM3LoRdWow the military really are 100 years ahead of us.


No, they're really not. If they were then they wouldn't of spent the last decade trying to fight an enemy hiding in caves.


lol are you serious???

Man if you even for a second think the only reason the CIA, NSA, FBI, INTERPOL and a cornucopia of other alphabet agencies in conjunction with DOD and the military NASA and other private security agencies couldnt find bin laden was because they didnt have the tech to find a guy hiding in a cave?? lmao...

You have NO idea whats going on. lol start with google and work your way down from there. or even better try you tube. hahah do you know how much US taxpayer dollars the military use for R&D?? and thats not even the black budget projects hahha. classic. I love the innocence of some posters here. its nice.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:27 AM
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Sounds fascinating, however messing around with our continuum even for a few picoseconds could be dangerous. Does that not mean that they are creating a new timeline even if only for a fraction a second? How do they know that when powered off they/we are still in our correct timeline? Could this in anyway split or fracture our present continuum into an infinite amount of others?
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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:50 AM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
Wow they won't need anyone to say "Nothing to see here folks move along"
Bit scary isnt it...


Aw, no more cover ups. I'll miss those.
Man, this is scary. Could you imagine the surveillance they could do. Kind of reminds me of the movie Clockstoppers, where the people could go so fast that it seemed like time had stopped. There was one scene in the movie that still scares me. The hero has been goofing around with the time-watch all day and returns home to find people in "hypertime" looking through his house. His mom and sister are watching TV frozen. They never knew the bad guys were there. People could come in and do whatever and you'd never see it coming.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:50 AM
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Originally posted by andy06shake
Sounds fascinating, however messing around with our continuum even for a few picoseconds could be dangerous. Does that not mean that they are creating a new timeline even if only for a fraction a second? How do they know that when powered off they/we are still in our correct timeline? Could this in anyway split or fracture our present continuum into an infinite amount of others?
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My understanding of quantum realities suggest that there are already an infinite amount of alternate realities in which every possible action has occurred. When you made the decision to post here you collapsed a wave function of potential and so you find yourself in this reality. Consciousness seems to be the key captain that navigates where you travel in the infinite, figuratively and metaphorically.

To answer your question no it does not create an alternate reality because infinity plus one is still infinity.

Every action in every infinite reality is making even more infinite realities at the speed of infinity.

Roughly 70% of the universe(that we can see) is dark energy then you have 25% dark matter the rest a bit under 5% is "normal" matter, if there is such a thing as normal matter.

Considering that there are a billion stars (give or take a million) in the galaxy and a billion (more than likely more) galaxies in the universe (as far as we have counted) not taking into account the planets and the nebula. That is a massive amount of matter. and all that only makes up 5% of the universe.

I would guess the other 25% dark matter are the alternate realities and the 70% dark energies are the result of possible crunches of alternate realities. Just a theory of mine anyway.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:51 AM
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Originally posted by MushroomWig

Originally posted by TiM3LoRdWow the military really are 100 years ahead of us.


No, they're really not. If they were then they wouldn't of spent the last decade trying to fight an enemy hiding in caves.

Man, I hope you are just joking with this comment. Don't be so gullible and believe everything that the government says.



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:58 AM
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Originally posted by Pauligirl

According to Cornell scientists, it’d take a machine 18,600 miles long to produce a time mask that lasts a single second.


I think it will be a while before anyone actually sees this (or not) in action.
Amazing, nonetheless.


We have to remember though that at one point in time computors took up entire buildings and now they can fit in the palm of your hand containing MANY times the computing power of the first ones.

And you can bet your bottom dollar that if the the Pentagon and DARPA are involved they would not release a new technology as soon as they discover it.

I'm willing to bet that this experiment that they are reporting on WAS their first successful try at this, 20 years ago!!! Im sure they are so far past this that we are probebly actually in the relm of "The Adjustment Buraeu"
Otherwise they would not be reporting on it at all as the information would fall under the gise of national security.
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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 08:01 AM
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"My understanding of quantum realities suggest that there are already an infinite amount of alternate realities in which every possible action has occurred."

I dont think anyone can really claim yet to have an understanding of quantum realities, its all just been pure math up till now anyways. I agree with a fair amount of what you have posted, however i do think we could be opening up an infinite can of worms by pursuing this type of research before we are ready for this type of technology.

"To answer your question no it does not create an alternate reality because infinity plus one is still infinity."

Only if our understanding of mathematics is correct, which i feel is very presumptuous. I think Heisenberg would say that by simply observing something we are creating it.



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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 08:13 AM
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Originally posted by andy06shake
"My understanding of quantum realities suggest that there are already an infinite amount of alternate realities in which every possible action has occurred."

I dont think anyone can really claim yet to have an understanding of quantum realities, its all just been pure math up till now anyways. I agree with a fair amount of what you have posted, however i do think we could be opening up an infinite can of worms by pursuing this type of research before we are ready for this type of technology.


Granted its all theoretical physics but based on observable experimentation. We all either live in a deterministic reality were every action has been planned out since reality came into being or its absolute and utter chaos and everything is happening all at once. One option gives you choice and the other makes you a slave.

Im going to stick with the option that gives me a choice. Im funny like that



posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 08:18 AM
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"We all either live in a deterministic reality were every action has been planned out since reality came into being or its absolute and utter chaos and everything is happening all at once. One option gives you choice and the other makes you a slave."

That would be some plan indeed my friend. And on the other side Chaos may turn out to be predictable in the end, just look at some of the work scientists are doing with fractals.
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posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 08:22 AM
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Reminds me of when in Stargate SG1, when the Replicators became powerful, the good aliens (Asgard) shot a bubble of suspended animation--more like, slowed time down where 1 year outside the bubble is a few seconds inside the bubble..

Very neat...



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