Originally posted by Starchild23
reply to post by arbiture
So you're saying that sound (or vibration) is information in its purest form?
It takes many things to create sound. But in the sense that vibration is a variable of momentum, movement compared to something else in a one way it
is, but I would say not pure, as nothing in it self is anything because without comparison and interaction it is only a lonely thing in eternity, but
instead of pure I'd say more elemental. Sorry if I getting nauseating in parsing words, but I have an annoying tendency to do just that.
But there are many more events that make a sound a sound, above and beyond vibration or harmonics. Take for example the old philosophical question
"if a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound"? In one sense sure it does because all sound is is the vibration of air
and if your around to hear it or not that air is going to vibrate anyway, it doesn't care if anyones listening To me that has little to do with
philosophy, but is closer to the conundrum we see in quantum mechanics.
It is said that the observer creates reality. I think true, for THAT OBSERVERS reality. If they hear that sound, it must somehow affect them. It may
seem tangible or trivial but that experience, that moment has changed something. If it "just" concerns the fact the brain change's its
physiochemical and structural morphology with every moment every impulse, thought, and that includes any sounds.
In quantum mechanics, something can be non-localized, in one or more place, everywhere and no where, at the same "time" (do this as a tool in ones
job, you go through a lot of aspirin as I do) In bi-locality you have particles connected in a way that seems to violate the laws of relativity. How
can something occur in one place and another "place" at the exact same time? Relativity says that communication can not be faster then light, at
least in the observable non-quantum universe, and yet we see what happens to a particle in say the split particle experiment that affects one of them
as observed, and the other at the same time, meaning communication is instantaneous between them no matter how far apart.
And to me the quantum world is the template of everything "bigger" as well as the macro-world affects quantum dynamics, affect one "level" and
you have a cascade affect on the others. Prediction and active change agents or affecting both the past, now, and future is very hot right now and
something I'm spending serious time and money investigating. And about 100 companies, every major intelligence group, the military, mathematicians
and stock market, societal, and political prognosticators, also. And all of the heavies are outspending me by oh about 40 +/- a billion $. At least.
And yes it is scary as to the implications. I also have a very strong belief its already happened...
That implies faster then light communication, and even more then just that. The option exists it not the particles that are "sharing" information
hence communicating, which requires movement of information at post C (light speed) values that the space around and throughout the two are somehow in
the same place at the same "time". I agree with this hypothesis.
This idea makes possible the Acumbria (misspelled) warp drive where you move space AROUND something not the thing you want to move or in the case of
our particle measure. To us in this example time, thats always connected to distance does not exist. In fact it can't if we accept the now well
accepted concept of quantum non-locality. In fact its the only way it makes sense.
Leave time, (T) out of the equation and instead substitute variability between two "things"in a geo-spacial field, the momentum and change each
thing actualizes, or becomes, relative to another and this to us gives us the illusion of time which is to us just change of state, and change of
perspective. This later view is mine and by no means debated to a great extent. But to me this solves so many fundamental problems and not just
abstractions but real world stuff.
Sorry. You give me one sentence and I whip out enough words to compete in volume with the US tax code. Now THATS just disgusting...