Thursday, 31 May 2018

Google Patents: Practical Time Machine Using Dynamic Efficient Virtual And Real Robots


A method for time travel, which allows an object or a group of objects to travel into the past or the future, as well as a method to cut objects from the past or future and paste them to the current environment. The present invention, called the practical time machine, requires teams of super intelligent robots that work together in the virtual world and the real world to generate a perfect timeline of planet Earth. The timeline of Earth records all objects, events and actions every fraction of a nanosecond for the past or the future. A time traveler will set a time travel date; the time traveler can be one object or a group of objects. Next, atom manipulators are scattered throughout the Earth to change objects in our current environment based on the timeline; and incrementally, change the current environment until the time travel date. Each atom manipulator is intelligent and manipulates the current environment as well as generating ghost machines to manipulate the current environment. Also, components of the practical time machine can be used to create technology for the purpose of: building cars, planes and rockets that travel at the speed of light, building intelligent weapons, creating physical objects from thin air, using a chamber to manipulate objects, building force fields, making objects invisible, building super powerful lasers, building anti-gravity machines, creating strong metals and alloys, creating the smallest computer chips, collecting energy without any solar panels or wind turbines, making physical DNA, manipulating existing DNA, making single cell organisms, controlling the software and hardware of computers and servers without an internet connection, and manipulating any object in the world.

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What If Time Travel Was Possible?

Where and when would you go, if you could?
What if the dimension of time was no different from the three dimensions of space we live in? What if you could travel to the past and to the future…. the same way you can move right or left, up or down? Would you be able to change your past? And if you did, would it create a time paradox? What kind of time machine would you need to build, anyway?
This is WHAT IF, and here’s what would happen if you had a time machine.
How many times have you wished you could jump in a time machine and skip that boring meeting? Or choose a better comeback in that argument last week? Time travel sounds like some wild fantasy that only happens in sci-fi movies, but we’re actually traveling in time every day. Albert Einstein found that time is not a constant, but is continually moving forward, and we are moving forward with it. To put it simple, while you walk, not only you move in space, but also in time.
According to Einstein, time is the fourth dimension, and together with three-dimensional space it’s fused into a single four-dimensional continuum – spacetime. If you think of traveling in space, moving upwards is a bit of a challenge unless we get on a plane, or at least take the stairs. So maybe we just haven’t come up with a proper machine to travel in time yet?
The secret to time travel isn’t in some exotic form of matter. What you’d need is a spaceship that could travel almost as fast as light. Einstein’s theory of relativity taught us that the faster we move through space, the slower we move in time. Let’s assume you were in a spaceship traveling at 99.9% the speed of light – to a potentially habitable exoplanet some 40 light-years away.
You find some primitive life forms and speed back to Earth to share your discovery. But when you finally make it back to Earth, you discover that all of your colleagues are now very, very old. From your perspective, you had only been away for about two years. For people on Earth, you had been gone for 80. This phenomenon is known as time dilation. It’s not likely to happen to you though, because travelling with the speed of light isn’t quite possible with the technologies we have now. The fastest piloted vehicle we’ve ever created – Apollo 10 – reached the speed of 11,000 meters per second. The speed needed for time travel is somewhere around 299,000,000 meters per second. On top of that, accelerating at that speed would cause an enormous centrifugal force. A force that would rip you apart before you came anywhere close to light speed.
Looks like our bodies just can’t handle the speed of light.
But hey, we still have wormholes. Einstein predicted that these theoretical tunnels link two separate places and two different times. A shortcut to another universe, and to another time.nA wormhole sounds like a real-life time machine. Not that anyone has ever observed one, but even Stephen Hawking believed that there are plenty of them around us. The problem with wormholes is that they are extremely tiny – just a billion-trillion-trillionths of a centimeter across. No human would be able to pass through. I can barely fit in my jeans from last year.
If only we could capture a wormhole, we might be able to enlarge it. Imagine a giant tunnel above the Earth leading to another planet.
And, theoretically, if we put both ends of a wormhole in the same place, but in different times, we could step into a wormhole and come out in a distant past. But wormholes have their issues – they’re very short-lived, and traveling into the past would create paradoxes. Like the one in which you go back in time and convince your grandmother never to get married. You grandmother didn’t give birth to your dad, and he didn’t have you. But if you didn’t exist, who went back in time to talk your grandmother out of marrying your grandfather. Time is linear – it only goes forward. For that reason, we can only travel into the future, not the past. In fact, astronauts that spent about a year on the International Space Station are now living in the future compared to us. Even though it’s just 13 milliseconds in the future, they are proof that traveling in time is possible.
And maybe, if we get the chance to study them, wormholes could open a whole different world – where the laws of physics work in a different ways and traveling to the past is possible.
Would you dare to step into a time machine not knowing where it would take you?


Wednesday, 30 May 2018


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“Last night, I saw an intriguing dream of travelling back to my recent past. It was around 2004-2006 and the location was Delhi. I saw flyovers that were incomplete and bus stops that looked very different. In my dream sequence, I had the chance to visit an old market; the time period will be around the 1980s when Credit Cards were not so popular in India. After purchasing something from a regular shop, I offered to pay it through my Credit Card, which was not valid obviously at that time hence I tried to educate the seller about the credit card system as an alternate currency but he denied believing me which forced me to show my credit cards where the current date was mentioned.

Upon seeing this, the seller took me seriously and I was honored by many merchants from the locality for showing them the road to future. When they asked me, why I came here - I said I came here to audit the past and teach them about the future technologies which will help them to stay ahead of their peers in the future. Everybody was overjoyed and I was given a hero's treatment. I actually time travelled for the first time and that was undeniably a great experience.”

This dream was surely an after effect. I saw Edge of Tomorrow just before this dream where Tom Cruise (Major William "Bill" Cage) goes in a Time Loop. He goes back again and again to the previous day after he dies every time fighting with the aliens and the Time Loop actually gives him a possibility to decode the ultimate weakness of his enemies.

Dreams are very important in your life because through them you can see and feel such interesting things. I am practicing to construct my dream sequences voluntarily and involuntarily since my childhood and this time travelling dream surely is my best dream till date. You may take this as pure gibberish but dreams can solve many real life problems if you try to explore its magic.

What if you had the ability to EDIT your past? What if you can go back to your past and change things to get a different future completely? Time travelling is such an interesting concept that people can’t stop talking about this and dreams can easily act as a Time Machine for you.  The ability to travel beyond the realm of time to access secret information is also known as Quantum Dreaming.Using dreams as your covert laboratory can be a fascinating thing to do. From travelling to your dream destination to experiencing a hyper-virtual reality, from physical healing to improving your creativity, you can achieve many unknown things through Quantum Dreaming.

Many theories like Wormhole TravelBlack Hole HypothesisCosmic StringsTipler Cylinder and Cryogenic Sleep are largely related to time travel but Quantum Dreaming is the best method to experience time travel in an almost real world. Although dreaming is a virtual process and it’s not linked with your physical state till you never feel like you are actually dreaming if you have the ability to manipulate your dream sequences. According to Robert Moss, bestselling author, and dream spiritualist, Quantum Dreaming is the new Yoga that can help us to explore the future to enhance our present life.

You can easily enhance your psychic abilities by following the Active Dreaming technique, which can eventually give you superhuman powers.  What if you are living in a constant dream state and your dreams are actually the reality? There are various theories associated with dreams but it’s always advisable to not stress your brain so much that it loses sanity.  The baffling world of dreams have always fascinated me, however, I am still trying to decipher every nuance to improve my control over my dreams and hallucinations. Dreams have the answer to the greatest puzzles hence we can’t overlook its importance in our daily lives.

A New Quantum Theory Predicts That the Future Could Be Influencing the Past


Quantum physics has spawned its share of strange ideas and hard-to-grasp concepts - from Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance” to the adventures of Shroedinger’s cat. Now a new study lends support to another mind-bender - the idea of retrocausality, which basically proposes that the future can influence the past and the effect, in essence, happens before the cause.
At this point, retrocausality does not mean that you get to send signals from the future to the past - rather that an experimenter’s measurement of a particle can influence the properties of that particle in the past, even before making their choice. 
The new paper argues that retrocausality could be a part of quantum theory. The scientists expound on the more traditionally accepted concept of time symmetry and show that if that is true, then so should be retrocausality. Time symmetry says that physical processes can run forward and backwards in time while being subject to the same physical laws.
The scientists describe an experiment where time symmetry would require processes to have the same probabilities, whether they go backwards or forward in time. But that would cause a contradiction if there was no retrocausality, as it requires these processes to have different probabilities. What the paper shows is that you can’t have both concepts be true at the same time.
Eliminating time symmetry would also get rid of some other sticky problems of quantum physics, like Einstein’s discomfort with entanglement which he described as “spooky action at a distance.” He saw challenges to quantum theory in the idea that entangled or connected particles could instantly affect each other even at large distances. In fact, accepting retrocausality could allow for a reinterpretation of Bell tests that were used to show evidence of “spooky action”. Instead, the tests could be supporting retrocausailty. 
The paper, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society A, was authored by Matthew S. Leifer at Chapman University in California and Matthew F. Pusey at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario. The scientists hope their work can lead towards a fuller understanding of quantum theory.
"The reason I think that retrocausality is worth investigating is that we now have a slew of no-go results about realist interpretations of quantum theory, including Bell's theorem, Kochen-Specker, and recent proofs of the reality of the quantum state," said Leifer to "These say that any interpretation that fits into the standard framework for realist interpretations must have features that I would regard as undesirable. Therefore, the only options seem to be to abandon realism or to break out of the standard realist framework.”
Are we going to have time travel as a result of this? In one idea proposed by Richard Feynman, existence of retrocausality could mean that positrons, antimatter counterparts of electrons, would move backwards in time so that they could have a positive charge. If this was proven to be true, time travel could involve simply changing the direction of moving particles in the single dimension of time.
Leifer doesn’t go as far as time travel in his explanation, but speculates that if retrocausality does exist in the universe, then there could be evidence of it in the cosmological data, saying that “there are certain eras, perhaps near the big bang, in which there is not a definite arrow of causality.” 
Is this idea ready for the big time? It is supported by Huw Price, a philosophy professor at the University of Cambridge who focuses on the physics of time and is a leading advocate of retrocausality. Leifer and Pusey are taking things in stride, however, realizing that much more work needs to be done. 
"There is not, to my knowledge, a generally agreed upon interpretation of quantum theory that recovers the whole theory and exploits this idea. It is more of an idea for an interpretation at the moment, so I think that other physicists are rightly skeptical, and the onus is on us to flesh out the idea,” said Leifer.
There are no experiments underway by the physicists to test their theory, but they hope this work will question the assumptions of quantum mechanics and lead to new discoveries down the line..


Top Indian student ‘I would like to invest in a time machine’

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JAIPUR: Virendra Kabra from Mahaveer Public School scored 98.4% in the Class X CBSEresults to stand at third position in the city. Kabra has always been a meritorious student. Along with a National Talent Search Examinations (NTSE) scholarship, he has qualified for several national-level competitions.

While preparing for his exams, Kabra did not follow a fixed schedule. He said, “I studied for 5 to 6 hours every day. I did not follow any strict routine. I followed by mother’s instructions.” Sharing his success mantra, he said he read NCERT books.

Sharing his future plan, Kabra said, “I am determined to become a successful computer science engineer. I have been taking IIT coaching from the past two years.” Justifying coaching at such a young age Kabra said, “Competition is so tough that if we not prepare now we may never get seats in prestigious IITs or engineering colleges. I have made it a point to not get over-excited about my result as the next two years of my life are very important and they will decide my future. My focus for the next two years will be completely on my IIT coaching as that is my main aim. I will keep myself away from distractions to achieve my goals.”

He takes keen interest in Time Travel and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Having read a lot about these two concepts, he would like to invest in a time machine. Kabra’s extracurricular activities include participating in extempore, elocution and quizzes, be it intra or interschool.

On being asked about his parents’ reaction to his result, he said “My parents are satisfied with my result, they are happy. We were not really expecting particular marks, I have learnt from my parents to move ahead in life, come what may and stay happy with it.” He was majorly motivated by his sister who was one of the commerce toppers in her school last year.


Tuesday, 29 May 2018

This is how you can travel back in time on Twitter

This is how you can travel back in time on Twitter

Let's be honest. In 2018, Twitter isn't great. It will show the tweets that all the accounts you follow tweeted at that date and in a linear timeline. The link that Andy shared takes you back to May 25, 2008, but you can change the date in the address bar if you wish. Just remember to hit 'latest' to see everything in order. — Andy Baio (@waxpancake) May 24, 2018 Andy also shared a link to show what Twitter would have looked like only five years ago when the world still seemed like a decent place. Here's what Twitter looked like FIVE years ago today. — Andy Baio (@waxpancake) May 24, 2018 There is also a code for once again viewing Twitter in its correct date and time order, thus removing the popularity and viral algorithm that often blights our timelines. By the way, if you remove the date parameter from that search and click "Latest," you get a strict reverse-chronological timeline with no algorithm junk. Although this is great fun, we are sure that a lot of people are going to be frantically deleting all their old tweets now... More: Trump's old tweets come back to haunt him in the most delicious way


Physicists invent flux capacitor to break time-reversal symmetry

Diagram of a flux capacitor

Physicists have invented a flux capacitor and, while it might not run a ‘Back to the Future’ inspired time machine, they say it will have important applications in communication technology and quantum computing.
The team from The University of Queensland, RMIT University and ETH Zurich have proposed a device which uses the quantum tunnelling of magnetic flux around a capacitor which they say can break time-reversal symmetry.
UQ Professor Tom Stace said the research proposed a new generation of electronic circulators – devices that control the direction in which microwave signals move.
“Unfortunately, the effect does not allow us to travel back in time, as Doc Brown’s Hollywood version did,” Professor Stace said.
“Instead, it makes radio signals circulate around the circuit in only one direction, much like cars on a roundabout.
“Such a device could be used to isolate parts of an experimental apparatus from each other, which is crucial when the individual parts are extremely sensitive quantum systems.”
RMIT Professor Jared Cole said the device would be built from a superconductor, in which electricity could flow without electrical resistance.
“We propose two different possible circuits, one of which resembles the iconic three-pointed-star design of the cinematic flux capacitor,” Professor Cole said.
“In it, quantum ‘tubes’ of magnetic flux move around a central capacitor by a process known as quantum tunnelling, where they overcome classically insurmountable obstacles.”
The combination of magnetic fields and electric charges leads to what the physicists call broken time-reversal symmetry.
ETH Zurich’s Dr Clemens Mueller said the device was a crucial component for next-generation technologies, including the long sought-after quantum computer.
“Our research makes an important step towards scaling up this technology, where researchers need to precisely direct control and measurement signals around a quantum computer,” he said.
The research could also find application in developing better electronics for mobile phone and wifi antennas and improving radar. 
The research is published in Physical Review Letters (DOI:
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Friday, 25 May 2018

Retirement age v Life expectancy around the world.

Things to consider when time travelling. How long are you expected to live? What is your life expectancy based on?  A lot depends upon where you live. The table below shows retirement age versus life expectancy for men and women of that country.

How much life do you have when you are retired? Being free to do what you want, hopefully unburdened by the shackles of work. (You may have to keep working if you haven't got the money though)

Link to info retirement age WIKI
Link to info life expectancy WIKI


Information correct as of time of blog post being posted

CountryLife expectancy MenLife expectancy WomenRetirement age MenRetirement age WomenYears retired MenYears Retired Women
Bosnia & Herzegovina7579.765651014.5
South Africa59.366.26060-0.76.2
Bulgaria71.17864 years 1 month61 years 2 months716.9
Croatia74.781.26561 years 3 months9.320
Czech Republic75.981.762 years 10 months58-621323.7-19.7
Germany78.783.465 years 7 months65 years 7 months13.217.7
Italy80.584.866 years 7 months66 years 7 months1418.2
South Korea78.885.5606018.825.5
Latvia69.679.262 years 6 months62 years 6 months7.116.7

Lithuania68.179.163 years 2 months61 years 4 months517.9
New Zealand8083.365651518.5
Romania71.478.86560 years 9 months6.418.05
Saudi Arabia73.276606013.216
Slovenia77.983.764 years 4 months64 years 4 months13.417.3
Spain80.185.565 years 3 months65 years 3 months14.8520.25
Sri Lanka71.678.3555516.623.3

Trinidad & Tobago67.974.860-6560-657.9-2.914.8-9.8