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Subject: Re: Retro Temporal Paradox Avoidance Bifurcation Syndrome & Deser's model, Kip Thorne
Date: December 21, 2011 2:04:14 AM PST
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Prof. Hawking most recently said that
Time Travel was only possible to the
future, because Time Travel to
the past is fraught with paradox.
He used the example of a man who
builds a time machine that takes him
back in time 2 minutes before he
'steps into the time machine.' If he
subsequently 'prevents' the man that
is his 'past self' from stepping into
the time machine, then the man who does
the time traveling cannot possibly
exist to perform this action. Paradox.


This is a Red Herring as shown by
Kip Thorne, Igor Novikov et-al.


I don't know, (how could I?); and yet,
the below text reads like tortured
wishful thinking in an attempt to
evade the simultaneously unsatisfying
and wildly intriguing notion of
and replacing it with an equally
troubling contortionist's appeal to
'closed timelike curves' as long as
they meet highly specific non-disruptive
parameters that curve in on themselves.
Sort of like P.D. Ouspensky's old theory
of 'Eternal Recurrence' whose ancestor
was Metempsychosis - kind of like
Reincarnation, only closed in an eternal
loop - which ties in a bit with your other
discussion regarding free will, and/or
its complete impossibility in its
current evolutionary, illusory form...
Anyway, 'closed timelike curves' sounds
a bit like 'bifurcated timelines' to me.
Happy Solstice!
-- eMpTy 2:O3AM 2I|D3C|2OII

Novikov self-consistency principle

The Novikov self-consistency principle,
also known as the Novikov self-consistency
conjecture, is a principle developed by
Russian physicist Igor Dmitriyevich Novikov
in the mid-1980s to solve the problem of
paradoxes in time travel, which is
theoretically permitted in certain solutions
of general relativity (solutions containing
what are known as closed timelike curves).
Stated simply, the Novikov consistency
principle asserts that if an event exists
that would give rise to a paradox, or to
any "change" to the past whatsoever, then
the probability of that event is zero.
In short, it says that it's impossible
to create time paradoxes.

History of the principle
Physicists have long been aware that there
are solutions to the theory of general
relativity which contain closed timelike
curves, or CTCs--see for example the
Godel metric. Novikov discussed the
possibility of CTCs in books written in
1975 and 1983, offering the opinion that
only self-consistent trips back in time
would be permitted. In a 1990 paper by
Novikov and several others, Cauchy problem
in spacetimes with closed timelike curves,
the authors state:

The only type of causality violation that
the authors would find unacceptable is
that embodied in the science-fiction
concept of going backward in time and
killing one's younger self ("changing the
past"). Some years ago one of us
(Novikov10) briefly considered the
possibility that CTCs might exist and
argued that they cannot entail this type
of causality violation: Events on a CTC
are already guaranteed to be self-consistent,
Novikov argued; they influence each other
around a closed curve in a self-adjusted,
cyclical, self-consistent way. The other
authors recently have arrived at the
same viewpoint.

We shall embody this viewpoint in a principle
of self-consistency, which states that the only
solutions to the laws of physics that can occur
locally in the real Universe are those which
are globally self-consistent. This principle
allows one to build a local solution to the
equations of physics only if that local solution
can be extended to a part of a (not necessarily
unique) global solution, which is well defined
throughout the nonsingular regions of
the spacetime.

Among the coauthors of this 1990 paper were Kip Thorne,
Mike Morris, and Ulvi Yurtsever, who in 1988 had
stirred up renewed interest in the subject of time
travel in general relativity with their paper Wormholes,
Time Machines, and the Weak Energy Condition, which
showed that a new general relativity solution known
as a traversable wormhole could lead to closed timelike
curves, and unlike previous CTC-containing solutions
it did not require unrealistic conditions for the
universe as a whole. After discussions with another
coauthor of the 1990 paper, John Friedman, they
convinced themselves that time travel need not lead
to unresolvable paradoxes, regardless of what type
of object was sent through the wormhole.

In response, another physicist named Joseph Polchinski
sent them a letter in which he argued that one could
avoid questions of free will by considering a
potentially paradoxical situation involving a billiard
ball sent through a wormhole which sends it back in
time. In this scenario, the ball is fired into a
wormhole at an angle such that, if it continues along
that path, it will exit the wormhole in the past at
just the right angle to collide with its earlier self,
thereby knocking it off course and preventing it from
entering the wormhole in the first place.
Thorne deemed this problem "Polchinski's paradox".

After considering the problem, two students at
Caltech (where Thorne taught), Fernando Echeverria
and Gunnar Klinkhammer, were able to find a solution
beginning with the original billiard ball trajectory
proposed by Polchinski which managed to avoid any
inconsistencies. In this situation, the billiard ball
emerges from the future at a different angle than
the one used to generate the paradox, and delivers
its younger self a glancing blow instead of knocking
it completely away from the wormhole, a blow which
changes its trajectory in just the right way so that
it will travel back in time with the angle required
to deliver its younger self this glancing blow.
Echeverria and Klinkhammer actually found that
there was more than one self-consistent solution,
with slightly different angles for the glancing
blow in each case. Later analysis by Thorne and
Robert Forward showed that for certain initial
trajectories of the billiard ball, there could
actually be an infinite number of self-consistent

Echeverria, Klinkhammer and Thorne published a
paper discussing these results in 1991; in a
ddition, they reported that they had tried to
see if they could find any initial conditions
for the billiard ball for which there were no
self-consistent extensions, but were unable to
do so. Thus it is plausible that there exist
self-consistent extensions for every possible
initial trajectory, although this has not been
proven. This only applies to initial conditions
which are outside of the chronology-violating
region of spacetime,[8] which is bounded by a
Cauchy horizon. This could mean that the Novikov
self-consistency principle does not actually
place any constraints on systems outside of the
region of spacetime where time travel is
possible, only inside it. [...] CONT...


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|          Bifurcation Syndrome & Deser's model, Kip Thorne
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Star Gate
Making Star Trek Real
Jack Sarfatti


Hawking's Objection

Stephen Hawking has conjectured that time
travel to the past is not possible because
quantum gravity effects will destroy the
wormhole star gate time machine. His friend
Kip Thorne is not so sure that is the case.
It's my opinion that the good flying saucer
evidence shows that Hawking is wrong.
Indeed, the extraterrestrials may well be
our future descendants coming back in time
to make sure they exist. Igor Novikov calls
this a consistent loop in time.  [...]

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Dr. Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D.
Dr. James F. Woodward, Ph.D.
Dr. Stanley Deser, Ph.D.


The News Forum of the Tau Zero Foundation
Progress Toward the Dream of Space Drives and Stargates
by Paul Gilster on May 23, 2011

by James F. Woodward

I first wrote about James Woodward's work
in my 2004 book Centauri Dreams: Imagining and
Planning Interstellar Exploration, and have
often been asked since to comment further on
his research. But it's best to leave that to
the man himself, and I'm pleased to turn today's
post over to him. [...]
[...] Guided by Mach's principle and Luchak's
Newtonian approximation for gravity -- and a
simple calculation done by Dennis Sciama in his
doctoral work for Paul Dirac in the early
1950s -- it is possible to show that when
extended massive objects are accelerated, if
their "internal" energies change during the
accelerations, fluctuations in their masses
should occur. That's the purchase on gravity
and inertia you need. (Ironically, though these
effects are not obviously present in the field
equations of GRT or electrodynamics, they do not
depend on any novel coupling of those fields.


The above is hard to reconcile with qft's
point particle model. The only extended
structure is the dressing cloud of virtual
particle plasma. I have shown that the
induced gravity from the virtual particles
is strong enough to stabilize an extended
thin shell of (electro-weak-strong) charges
independent of the qed Casimir force.

So, no "new physics" is required.) But that
alone is not enough. You need two more things.
First, you need experimental results that show
that this theorizing actually corresponds to
reality. And second, you need to show how
"Mach effects" can be used to make the Jupiter
masses of exotic matter needed for stargates
and warp drives. This can only be done with a
theory of matter that includes gravity.
The Standard Model of serious physics, alas,
does not include gravity. A model for matter
that includes gravity was constructed in 1960
by three physicists of impeccable credentials.
They are Richard Arnowitt (Texas A and M),
Stanley Deser (Brandeis), and Charles Misner
(U. of Maryland). Their "ADM" model can be
adapted to answer the question: Does some
hideously large amount of exotic matter lie
shrouded in the normal matter we deal with
every day? Were the answer to this question
"no", you probably wouldn't be reading this.
Happily, the argument about the nature of
matter and the ADM model that bears on the
wormhole problem can be followed with little
more than high school algebra. And it may be
that shrouded in everyday stuff all around us,
including us, is the Jupiter mass of exotic
matter we want. Should it be possible to expose
the exotic bare masses of the elementary
particles that make up normal matter, then
stargates may lie in our future -- and if in
our future, perhaps our present and past
as well. [...]



(( MEANWHILE... [Circa: June 2010]... eMpTy ))

Prof. Hawking most recently said that
Time Travel was only possible to the
future, because Time Travel to
the past is fraught with paradox.
He used the example of a man who
builds a time machine that takes him
back in time 2 minutes before he
'steps into the time machine.' If he
subsequently 'prevents' the man that
is his 'past self' from stepping into
the time machine, then the man who does
the time traveling cannot possibly
exist to perform this action. Paradox.


This is a Red Herring as shown by
Kip Thorne, Igor Novikov et-al.

Therefore, Hawking admits that although
time travel to the past is impossible,
time travel to the future is easily done.
Simply approach the speed of light, and
as your clocks slow down, relative to the
outside, the reality outside speeds up.
Balance is compensated with relativity
in space-time. To be fair, Prof. Hawking
did not mention the notion of parallel
realities and bifurcating timelines.
The 'Parallel Universe' theory is the only
theory that allows time travel to the past,
but the illusion of 'past' time travel
is compensated for by leaving the timeline
entirely; so, technically, the past is
an illusion, merely another parallel
reality not within the timeline in which
you started. In other words, the only way
to travel backwards is to jump onto an
entirely different timeline which creates
the illusion of traveling backwards.
The arrow of time is not violated, and
you lose track of your original timeline,
existing thereafter in a parallel, seemingly
'past' timeline (assuming the reality isn't
completely divergent!)  At its core, 'time'
really is illusory. Einstein said it
didn't really exist, but was a human
cognitive construct. All we ever really
know is now. We can only travel in the now,
creating various illusions along the way.

[SEE: 'Into The Universe with Stephen Hawking' ]

I guess that wonderful notion of 'us'
jumping into a time machine to take a
look at what Ezekiel saw way back when
and realizing he saw us in our time
machine, was really less about going
backwards and more about going SIDEWAYS
onto a parallel track where a parallel
Ezekiel existed contemporaneously with
'us.' Hmmmm...  Quoting Saul Paul Sirag:

"There's been some speculation that the
Ezekiel vision was of what we today would
call a flying saucer. In other words, an
object of advanced technology.
It's hard to know one way or another,
but I've been wondering if it was not
a time machine of some sort. Recently
in Physical Review Abstracts (D 15 March
1974) there was a report [by Frank Tipler]
of the possibility of time travel by means
of a rotating cylinder. It would be odd
if we were to go in such a time machine
to visit Ezekiel's time and place.
We could do this, because we know the
day he saw his vision, since he carefully
recorded the time (a date equivalent to
July 5, 592 BCE give or take a day) and
place. It would be odd if in doing
this -- to have a peek at Ezekiel's
vision it turned out that what Ezekiel
saw was just us in our time machine
trying to have a peek at his vision."
-- Saul-Paul Sirag (May 1974)

So, in a Multiverse, given a near infinite number
of earths, (and Ezekiels), e.g. Earth Prime,
Earth^2, Earth^3, Earth^4... all at various
waveform manifestations with separate timelines,
we could conceivably convince ourselves of all
sorts of possibilities as they might apply to the
illusory nature of time travel. Perhaps we'll
figure this all out, in time...? AND...

The curiosity of 'entropy,' light speed, time dilation,
etc., according to relativity, quite proven by GPS
satellite's onboard clocks slightly out of phase with
earth surface clocks, and myriad's of other cosmological,
quantum mechanical anti-intuitive shenanigans, verified;
time travel, apparently is limited to future travel
only... Curiouser and curiouser, however, the speed of
light is, yea verily, limited to approx. 186,000 miles
per second in 'SPACE' - lovely inflating invisible space,
created, it seems, following the inflationary big bang
dohicky, inflating, by the way, FASTER than the speed of
light! Is that not interesting?  That space itself may
expand faster than the speed of light, while the light
within the superluminal inflation of space maintains
its photonic speed limit!  Therefore, if one could
perhaps circumvent 'space,' one could circumvent the
speed of light?  Definitely not a technology for
beginner fire apes. Seeya 'round the mountain!
"When She Comes...
She'll be Riding 6 White Horses,
She'll be Riding 6 White Horses,
She'll be Riding 6 White Horses,
"When She Comes... "
Which reminds me of the blood curdling gargoyles
stationed at the portal to the pylons of the Temple
of Cool Stuff specifically designed to occupy and
derange the minds of barely evolved primates in search
of specificity and shiny things. It gives them
something to gnash their teeth and shiver their timbers
over on the way toward enlightenment and non attachment
to such things as temples, gargoyles, monkeys, horse-
power, artificial intelligence, hyper-conspiratorial
gyrations of an anti-critical thinking mode, and other
amusements of a lucidly dreaming collective.
Then again... Never mind.

22|JUNE|2010 CE | 4:08 AM | Earth Prime?

Eye-Dead: STAR LIGHT FIVE AT 3:33 :

Betelgeuse:   600 light-years away
Bellatrix:    245 light-years away
Alnitak:      800 light-years away
Alnilam:      1340 light-years away
Mintaka:      915 light-years away
Saiph:        720 light-years away
Rigel:        770 light-years away



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Subject: What Do You Know About: Interstellar (2014)?
Re: "Reoxidized Nitrous Oxide used as a
Gate Dielectric for Charge-Trapping
Non Volatile Memory")]
Date: Tuesday, 21 June, 2011 0:54

What Do You Know About: Interstellar (2014)?

Interstellar (2014)
"An exploration of physicist
Kip Thorne's theories of
gravity fields, wormholes and
several hypotheses that
Albert Einstein was never
able to prove." [...]
'Interstellar, Steven Spielberg,
ORIGINAL TITLE, Interstellar.
YEAR. 2014.' [...]

NASA's Gravity Probe B (GP-B) mission
has confirmed two key predictions
derived from Albert Einstein's general
theory of relativity, which the
spacecraft was designed to test.
[Note: "The Gravity Probe B gyroscopes
are the most perfect spheres ever made
by humans. If these ping pong-sized
balls of fused quartz and silicon were
the size of the Earth, the elevation
of the entire surface would vary by
no more than 12 feet."]
The experiment, launched in 2004,
used four ultra-precise gyroscopes
to measure the hypothesized geodetic
effect, the warping of space and time
around a gravitational body, and
frame-dragging, the amount a spinning
object pulls space and time with it as
it rotates. GP-B determined both
effects with unprecedented precision
by pointing at a single star,
IM Pegasi, while in a polar orbit
around Earth.

LIGO - Laser Interferometer
Gravitational Wave Observatory

Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes:
A Caltech-Cornell Project's simulation
of black holes and other extreme spacetimes:

Gravitational Wave Astronomy:
Ripples in the Fabric of Space Time:
[...] "...The Earth orbiting the Sun is
just like a paddle spinning and stirring
up spacetime so that gravitational waves 
travel out across spacetime." [...]

Kip Thorne

Born in Logan Utah in 1940, Kip Thorne
received his B.S. degree from Caltech in 1962
and his Ph.D. from Princeton University
in 1965. After two years of postdoctoral study,
Thorne returned to Caltech as an Associate
professor in 1967, was promoted to Professor
of Theoretical Physics in 1970, became
The William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor in 1981,
and The Feynman Professor of Theoretical
Physics in 1991.

In June 2009 Thorne resigned his Feyman
Professorship (becoming the Feynman Professor
of Theoretical Physics, Emeritus) in order
to ramp up a new career in writing, movies,
and continued scientific research. His principal
current writing project is a textbook on
classical physics. His principal current movie
project is Interstellar, for which he
co-authored the story and is executive producer,
and Steven Spielberg is the Director.
[NOTE: ]

[...] He is a co-founder (with Weiss and Drever) of
the LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave
Observatory) Project and he chaired the steering
committee that led LIGO in its earliest years
(1984-87). In the 1980s, 90s and 2000s he and
his research group have provided theoretical
support for LIGO, including identifying
gravitational wave sources that LIGO should
target, laying foundations for data analysis
techniques by which their waves will be sought,
designing the baffles to control scattered light
in the LIGO beam tubes, and --- in collaboration
with Vladimir Braginsky's (Moscow Russia)
research group --- inventing quantum-nondemolition
designs for advanced gravity-wave detectors. [...]

For a short[!] biographical sketch, please click here:


Approaching Solar System's Edge,
Voyager Probes Detect A Foamy Sea
of Magnetic Bubbles
(A frothy moat, not a shield,
protects us from cosmic rays)
"Along with revising their theories about the
sun's protective casing, scientists may also
need to revise accepted theories about cosmic
rays themselves. If the moat affects how many
get in, there could be more or less of them
than we thought. This could change our
understanding of the early Milky Way and how
stars interact with the rest of the galaxy.
Understanding cosmic rays will be crucial for
interplanetary missions, because the low-energy
radiation can harm astronauts who venture
outside of Earth's protective magnetic fields."

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See also, STARGATE:


"The Neurobiology of Narratives" --QUOTE:
"The impact of narratives on human psychology
ranges widely from what events we remember
most easily to our choices about important
foundational behaviors to include our degree
of trust in others. Since the brain is the
proximate cause of our actions, narratives
have a direct impact on the neurobiological
processes of both the senders and receivers
of them. Understanding how narratives inform
neurobiological processes is critical if we
are to ascertain what effect narratives have
on the psychology and neurobiology of human
choices and behaviors, and can assist in
everything ranging from exploring how Post-
Traumatic Stress Disorder is influenced by
event repetition to better understanding the
thoughts and feelings of others." :UNQUOTE--


With atavistic affection, respect and understanding
for each person's right to their rites, in commemorating
the ancient rock carvings that catch a sliver of the
final rays of the dying disk of life, signaling to the
people to ignite their bonfires, string torches around
their cave entrances, party hearty to alleviate their
dismal gloom in the waning days and coming endless night
of their dying Sun, to observe with wonder the disk's
descent, halting at a maximum depth, the transgressions
of the people apparently forgiven, as the Sun gives
birth to itself, the light of the life regenerated,
sustaining with gradual vigor the health of flora and
fauna, all the biosphere, gravitationally anchored to
the surface of our beloved orb, under the incarnate,
watchful eye of a new born Sun.  Happy Winter Solstice!
-- eMpTy  22 December 2011



[...]  The weak force is carried by a trinity
of very heavy particles: the W^+, W^-, and
Z^o particles. The W^+ particle carries a
positive electric charge, the W^- particle
carries a negative electric charge like the
electron, and the Z^o carries no charge.
This trinity of particles has the ability to
change the flavors of quarks; for example,
they can change a down quark into an up quark.
Our inventory then includes (1) the four
forces: gravitation, electromagnetism, the
strong nuclear force, and the weak nuclear
force, (2) the quarks that form the mesons and
baryons, and (3) the leptons: electrons, muons
and tau particles, along with their neutrinos.
The four forces involve the graviton, the
photon, eight gluons, and three particles that
carry the weak force. That is 13 particles.
Then there are the leptons: electrons,
electron neutrinos and their antiparticles,
the positron and electron antineutrino; the
muon, which looks in every way just like an
electron except that it is heavier, its muon
neutrino, and their two antiparticles; and the
tau particle, which is just a fat muon,
together with its neutrino and their
antiparticles. That is 12 leptons.
Finally, we have the set of six quarks,
which come in six flavors and three TV-colors,
together with an entire set of antiquarks
having Xerox-colors and opposite electric
charges. This makes a total of 36 kinds of
quarks. Thus we have 36 quarks, 12 leptons,
and 13 particles involved with the four forces.
Altogether that makes 61 kinds of particles.
That is the "standard model."
In addition to these, there is one more
particle called a Higgs boson, a particle
expected to be like a quanta (i.e., the chunks
of energy) postulated to give the W^+, W^-, and
Z^o particles their heavy masses. To say the
least, as Chris Quigg put it in Scientific
American, "By the criterion of simplicity the
standard model does not seem to represent
progress over the ancient view of matter as
made up of earth, air, fire and water,
interacting through love and strife."
[...]  Page 82; Chapter 6 - Hunt for the
Tin Man's Heart; THE PHYSICS OF
And The Meaning Of Life (c) 2000
By Evan Harris Walker [1935-2006]
ISBN 0-7382-0436-6                   

On Sunday, 18 December, 2011 8:28, "Thorn Alley" wrote:

The First Artificially Intelligent SELF-AWARE Device?*

Typically, AI engineers recognize the infinitely
difficult ready-made example to emulate. Following
four billion years of life: manifesting, dividing,
mutating, surviving; developing naturally selected
mechanisms of avoidance, attraction, aggression,
nurturing, symbiosis, osmosis, destruction,
construction, invention, inquiry, and EMOTION...
At best, Artificial Intelligence has achieved a
kind of self-teaching, search engine method of
mimicry, entirely a trick of abstract mathematics,
devoid of any real self-referencing awareness.
This is about to change, and may have already been
achieved elsewhere in the multiverse.
The First Artificially Intelligent SELF-AWARE Device
will be designed to accommodate nested levels of
continuous informational input. Data regarding its
own construction down to the molecular level and
power variances, with the latter providing emotion-
emulation sensor feedback relating to performance
and behavioral interpretation relevancy, will
all run continuous with constant updates on all
infrastructural coordinates emanating from every
conceivable source of information available on
and off the planet. Self-awareness, with an
emulated emotional component will synergistically
appear within the central core of the device's
pseudo-metabolic equilibrium calibration system.
The initial size and power requirements of the
device will dwarf current building-sized
supercomputer networks, but with the eventual
implementation of bio-quantum hybrid entanglement
systems, size will shrink small enough to fit
inside any autonomous ambulatory mechanized shell.

[ To Be Continued...  -- eMpTy 11:33PM, I7|DEC|II ]

([ ])

...  Imagine an infinite cloud of eternal
potential, undefined; whereupon 'consciousness'
notices a point in the cloud, and that specific
point facilitates a collapse of a wave function,
defining a tangible reality: one universe amid
a potential multiversal cloud. These emergent
parallel realities, where timelines bifurcate
into separate universes, may basically be how
time-travel paradoxes are circumvented. If you
travel back in time to successfully convince
your great, great, great grandfather to a life
of celibacy, you manage to erase your emergence
in that timeline, but not the timeline of your
origin. They are separate, parallel timelines.
Therefore, 'paradox' is hypothetically averted.
Happy Quantum Surfing & 'Brane' Shuffling!

-=[[ NOTE: Notwithstanding a more independent,
fluid notion of consciousness, regardless of
space/time specificity, or parental fixations. ]]=-


[ And, of course, as reads the title of
Dr. Peter Woit's book, quoting Wolfgang
Pauli: "NOT EVEN WRONG" (With the word
'Wrong' printed in mirror image!) ]


Mark Thornally
eMpTy - 1:55AM, 20|DEC|2011