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From: Jonathan Post <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Subject: Re: Doctor Sarfatti's V6 DARPA-NASA Star Ship paper MindWarp
Date: October 29, 2011 6:56:02 PM PDT
To: MT <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>

There were no galaxies nor stars during Inflation. Only perturbations
which, even after flattening out, supposedly became higher density
regions which attracted sufficient matter and dark matter to
eventually become galaxies or supergalaxies.

In physical cosmology, cosmic inflation, cosmological inflation or
just inflation is the theorized extremely rapid exponential expansion
of the early universe by a factor of at least 10^78 in volume, driven
by a negative-pressure vacuum energy density. [Liddle and Lyth (2000)
and Mukhanov (2005) are recent cosmology text books with extensive
discussions of inflation. Kolb and Turner (1988) and Linde (1990) miss
some recent developments, but are still widely used. Peebles (1993)
provides a technical discussion with historical context. Recent review
articles are Lyth and Riotto (1999) and Linde (2005). Guth (1997) and
Hawking (1998) give popular introductions to inflation with historical
remarks.] The inflationary epoch comprises the first part of the
electroweak epoch following the grand unification epoch. It lasted
from 10-36 seconds after the Big Bang to sometime between 10^-33 and
10^-32 seconds. Following the inflationary period, the universe
continues to expand.

The term "inflation" is also used to refer to the hypothesis that
inflation occurred, to the theory of inflation, or to the inflationary
epoch. The inflationary hypothesis was originally proposed in 1980 by
American physicist Alan Guth, who named it "inflation". [Chapter 17 of
Peebles (1993).] It was also proposed by Katsuhiko Sato in 1981.
[Sato, K. (1981). "First-order phase transition of a vacuum and the
expansion of the Universe". Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical
Society 195: 467]

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 6:35 PM, MT <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> wrote:
--- A R005T3R CR0W3D:

I have an unrelated really
stooopid question; quoting the site:
<< >>
'Calphysics Institute: Introduction
to Zero-Point Energy' [...]
"Zero-point energy has the desired
property of driving an accelerated
expansion, and thus having the
requisite properties of dark energy,
but to an absurdly greater degree
than required, i.e. 120 orders
of magnitude." [...] Close quote.
<< >>
So my really stooopid question is:
If the universe is growing via a 'Zero
Point Energy Accelerated Expansion,'
<< >>
euphemistically identified as 'Dark Energy'
(or maybe not), and using the analogy of
cooking bread dough with raisins, with the
raisins representing galaxies which do not
expand in the ever expanding bread/space
region of increasing distances, is it, then,
the quantum forces alone that prevent the
accelerated expansion of EVERYTHING, and
what was ZPE and/or Dark Energy 'doing' in
the infancy of this particular universe,
and what, if any, factors come into play
regarding the aforementioned stooopid
question when measuring Stellar Parallax?


Dr Jack Sarfatti's V6 DARPA-NASA
Star Ship paper [Excerpt] :::

[...]  The cosmological constant
is proportional to the observed
dark energy density accelerating
the expansion speed of 3D space
in our observable piece of the
multiverse. It is also the
inverse area-entropy of the
observer-dependent pixelated
future cosmological de Sitter
event horizon that Seth Lloyd
of MIT thinks is a possibly vast
quantum computer. In the world
hologram hypothesis, we have two
hologram screens: our past
particle horizon that is the
future light cone of the Alpha
moment of inflation and our
future de Sitter event horizon
that is the past light cone of
the Omega Point (finite conformal
time corresponding to infinite
metric proper time). [...]

2. Warp Drive and Cosmological
Dark Energy

The key point for warp drive is
repulsive antigravity like the
cosmological dark energy
accelerating the expansion rate
of the observable universe, that
Einstein's field equation (1.1)
together with WMAP and Type 1a
supernovae z data say, is
sandwiched between the past
particle horizon and the future
de Sitter event horizon. The
observer-dependent past particle
horizon is the future light cone
of the moment of inflation whose
released energy made the hot Big
Bang. The future event horizon is
the past light cone of the
observer's world line that is
imaginatively stretched to infinite
metric proper time, which
corresponds to a finite conformal
clock time. The observer approaches
its future event horizon and
recedes from its past particle
horizon as shown in Figs 1.1 and
5.1 of Tamara Davis's Ph.D.


dissertation [4] available
online from her home page.
-=[[ NOTE: Fundamental Aspects
of the Expansion of the Universe
and Cosmic Horizons: UNSW Ph.D.
Thesis 2004. ]]=-
Fig. 5.1 explains the Arrow of Time
within the world hologram hypothesis,
i.e., why irreversible aging occurs
as the universe's expansion
accelerates. The fundamental
organizing principle is that the
total entropy of the observable
universe is the increasing area of
both cosmological horizons past and
future. This entropy/area starts at
the moment of inflation at one BIT
and rather quickly saturates at
about 10^123 BITS because the
de Sitter dark energy acceleration
of the observable part of the
universe outstrips the speed of
light. Both past and future horizons
are conjectured to be holographic
computer screens [5] encoding
information in pixels of quantized
area one fourth Planck area
according to the Bekenstein-Hawking
area-entropy equation. [6]
The strong hologram conjecture is
that all the bulk matter fields
are 3D image projections of 2D
anyonic conformal topological
quantum field theory [7] processes
on both the past and future
cosmological horizons. Indeed, the
number of 2D pixels on the
cosmological horizons is in 1-1
correspondence with the number
of 3D voxels in the interior of
the horizons on spacelike slices
of constant CMB temperature." [...]

-=[[ NOTE: "Electric Permittivity" -
In electromagnetism, absolute
permittivity is the measure of the
resistance that is encountered when
forming an electric field in a
medium. In other words, permittivity
is a measure of how an electric
field affects, and is affected by,
a dielectric medium. The permittivity
of a medium describes how much
electric field (more correctly, flux)
is 'generated' per unit charge.
Less electric flux exists in a medium
with a high permittivity (per unit
charge) due to polarization effects.
Permittivity is directly related to
electric susceptibility, which is a
measure of how easily a dielectric
polarizes in response to an electric
field. Thus, permittivity relates to
a material's ability to transmit
(or "permit") an electric field. [...] ]]=-

Tamara Davis once wrote:

"For the first part of my PhD thesis
I explored the meaning of the expansion
of the universe and attempted to debunk
common misconceptions. Read this and
learn how galaxies can recede faster
than the speed of light without violating
special relativity, how event horizons
form in an accelerating universe so our
observable universe resembles [an] inverted
black hole, how light travelling in our
direction can be dragged away from us by
the expansion of space, and how many of
the galaxies we observe in pictures such
as the Hubble Deep Field are already beyond
our event horizon so that we can never
communicate with them." -=[[ NOTE: ]]=-

NEWS Article in University
of New South Wales:
-=[[ NOTE: ]]=-

Tamara Davis

With so many other talented students
competing for it, Dr Tamara Davis was
"stunned" when she heard that she'd won
the UNSW U Committee Award for Research
Excellence in Science.
The coveted award of $10,000 is given
annually to a science student judged to
have submitted the best PhD thesis within
a calendar year.
"When I first heard I was stunned -- I
couldn't believe that I had won," says
Dr Davis, who in December 2005 accepted
a post-doctoral position at Dark Universe
Centre of the University of Copenhagen.
"I've won plenty of small things before,
but the prize of $10,000 that came with
this award gives it a weight unlike
anything I had achieved before.
"I really did not expect to win, because
UNSW churns out so many great PhDs each
year, and it is difficult to believe that
my research could have been the best."
The selection committee noted that
Dr Davis's doctoral thesis -- Fundamental
Aspects of the Expansion of the Universe
and Cosmic Horizons -- addressed the topic
with "originality, authority and clarity,
to the extent that her work has been
published in both prestigious journals,
Nature and Scientific American".
Her thesis covered many fundamental issues
about the expansion of the universe.

She addressed questions such as:
- is there a limit to how far can we see?
- do the fundamental constants of
nature vary?
- what happens to the event-horizons of
black holes in an expanding universe?

Is there an unknown type of energy or are
the laws of gravity wrong? -- "I'd like
to figure out which."

"The Centre for Dark Energy has a brief
to investigate the role that 'dark energy'
plays in the rapid expansion of the
universe," says Dr Davis.
"This is something that was discovered
only seven years ago. We knew the universe
was expanding, but had always assumed that
the expansion was slowing down because
of gravity.
"Nothing in our conventional physics
can cause the expansion to accelerate.
So either there is a new type of matter
or energy that was previously unknown, or
the laws of gravity are wrong -- and I'd
like to figure out which."
Dr Davis has three degrees from
UNSW -- a bachelor's degree in Science
(physics), a bachelor's degree in Arts
(philosophy) and a PhD in Astrophysics.
Before her recent appointment in Denmark,
Dr Davis worked at the Australian National
University's Mount Stromlo Observatory,
consulting for the Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory in the US on the
design of a new space telescope for
telescope for the U.S. Department of
Energy and NASA.
Her success isn't limited to academia.
As a UNSW student she competed at the
Australian University Games in four
sports (skiing, swimming, water polo
and Ultimate frisbee), collecting medals
in three of them. She was president of
the Ultimate frisbee club, served on the
Sports Association Executive and won the
Sam Cracknell scholarship for sport.
She was also awarded a UNSW Blue, the
highest honour the university can
bestow for achievement in sport, and
was a state medallist in gymnastics
and surf lifesaving.
While completing her PhD she represented
Australia in two World Championships for
Ultimate Frisbee.
-=[[ NOTE: UNSW: ]]=-

Dr Jack Sarfatti's V6 DARPA-NASA
Star Ship paper [Excerpt] :::


Thorn Alley wrote:

V6 DARPA-NASA Star Ship paper

I look forward to the day when a
parallel timeline produces an artificial
intelligence derived from a JACK SARFATTI
duplicate event horizon stationed in a low
planetary orbit housed in a superluminal
propellantless communications vehicle that
manages to thread a tunnel across relevent
temporal bifurcations expediting a link to
a circa 1950's Earth timeline where a call
is placed to Flatbush New York to a young
Jack Sarfatti whose mind is subsequently
blown and the rest is high strangeness
negative entropy whoopee math history!

<> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
<> A Physicist Explains Why Parallel Universes
<> May Exist:  [...]     "But there's a more
<> confounding aspect of quantum theory that
<> receives less attention.
<>   After decades of closely studying quantum
<> mechanics, and after having accumulated a
<> wealth of data confirming its probabilistic
<> predictions, no one has been able to explain
<> why only one of the many possible outcomes
<> in any given situation actually happens.
<>   When we do experiments, when we examine
<> the world, we all agree that we encounter
<> a single definite reality. Yet, more than
<> a century after the quantum revolution
<> began, there is no consensus among the
<> world's physicists as to how this basic
<> fact is compatible with the theory's
<> mathematical expression." [...]
<> Excerpted from 'The Hidden Reality'
<>  by Brian Greene
<>   Copyright 2011 by Brian Greene.

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| From: JACK SARFATTI <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
| To: JACK SARFATTI <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
| Subject: CIA, Reagan Admin & Entanglement
|          Signaling 1980's & David Kaiser's
|          book Hippies Saved Physics
| Date: Oct 27, 2011 12:10 PM

On Oct 27, 2011, at 11:46 AM, Paul Murad wrote:


Is your entanglement signaling EM or what?

NO! Not necessarily. We can use EM waves,
but need not do so. Any matter field will do.

The math is in my V6 DARPA-NASA Star Ship paper
at the end.

Entanglement signaling uses the macro-quantum
coherent stiff Bohm quantum potential that pilots
the classical EM field for example - not the
classical EM field itself.

Also we can use massive particles, e.g. entangled
quantum dot qubits stored in a solid substrate
on board the starship as the receiver states
entangled with some non-orthogonal Bose-Einstein
condensate sender states back at the Pentagon,
Langley whatever. David Kaiser describes this in
his book "How the Hippies Save Physics" in my
memoranda for CIA & Reagan Admin back in late
1970's and early 1980's - I did not have a scheme
that would work back then - but I think I do now.

And are you entangling without EM?  I bet it is....

This is the point... We need to look at different
types of communications...

From: JACK SARFATTI <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
To: JACK SARFATTI <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2011 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: Moon Square and Pyramid-
Solar System Anomalies

Advanced ETs, IF they exist, do not use
retarded EM waves. They use entanglement
signaling as in V6 final version of my
DARPA Star Ship paper. (unless someone can
point out an error in my recent argument)


In a recent PBS interview, promoting
his upcoming 4-Part NOVA special,
Brian Greene said he did not think the
'faster than light neutrinos' results
will ultimately prove to be accurate.
He also said he doesn't 'believe' in
multiple universes, instead he
articulated an interest in exploring
their possibility, citing that many
things we now accept as fact, like
Black Holes, etc., were once
considered farfetched except in
mathematical hypothesis. -- eMpTy


- 'OPERA' - 'Oscillation Project with
Emulsion-tRacking Apparatus'

The OPERA experiment has been designed
to perform the most straightforward test of
the phenomenon of neutrino oscillations.
This experiment exploits the CNGS high-intensity
and high-energy beam of muon neutrinos produced
at the CERN SPS in Geneva pointing towards the
LNGS underground laboratory at Gran Sasso,
730 km away in central Italy. OPERA is located
in the Hall C of LNGS and it is aimed at
detecting for the first time the appearance of
tau-neutrinos from the transmutation (oscillation)
of muon-neutrinos during their 3 millisecond
travel from Geneva to Gran Sasso. In OPERA,
tau-leptons resulting from the interaction of
tau-neutrinos will be observed in "bricks" of
photographic emulsion films interleaved with
lead plates. The apparatus contains about 150000
of such bricks for a total mass of 1300 tons and
is complemented by electronic detectors (trackers
and spectrometers) and ancillary infrastructure.
Its construction has been completed in spring 2008
and the experiment is currently in data taking.

23 Sep 2011 -- CERN

OPERA experiment invites
scrutiny of unexpected results

Neutrino beams from CERN in Switzerland
are sent over 700km through the Earth's crust
to the laboratory in Italy.

The OPERA experiment, which observes a
neutrino beam from CERN 730 km away at
Italy's INFN Gran Sasso Laboratory, will
present new results in a seminar at
CERN today.

The OPERA result is based on the observation
of over 15000 neutrino events measured at
Gran Sasso, and appears to indicate that the
neutrinos travel at a velocity 20 parts per
million above the speed of light, nature's
cosmic speed limit. Given the potential
far-reaching consequences of such a result,
independent measurements are needed before
the effect can either be refuted or firmly
established. This is why the OPERA
collaboration has decided to open the
result to broader scrutiny.


Measurement of the neutrino velocity
with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam
(Submitted on 22 Sep 2011)

Abstract: The OPERA neutrino experiment at
the underground Gran Sasso Laboratory has
measured the velocity of neutrinos from
the CERN CNGS beam over a baseline of about
730 km with much higher accuracy than
previous studies conducted with accelerator
neutrinos. The measurement is based on
high-statistics data taken by OPERA in the
years 2009, 2010 and 2011. Dedicated upgrades
of the CNGS timing system and of the OPERA
detector, as well as a high precision geodesy
campaign for the measurement of the neutrino
baseline, allowed reaching comparable
systematic and statistical accuracies.
An early arrival time of CNGS muon neutrinos
with respect to the one computed assuming the
speed of light in vacuum of (60.7 \pm 6.9
(stat.) \pm 7.4 (sys.)) ns was measured.
This anomaly corresponds to a relative
difference of the muon neutrino velocity
with respect to the speed of light
(v-c)/c = (2.48 \pm 0.28 (stat.) \pm 0.30
(sys.)) \times 10-5.
Subjects:  High Energy Physics -
Experiment (hep-ex)
Cite as:  arXiv:1109.4897v1 [hep-ex]
Submission history
| From: Pasquale Migliozzi Dr.
[v1] Thu, 22 Sep 2011 17:59:33 GMT (4763kb)