Quantum Axis

Quantum Axis

 

Quantum entanglement is misunderstood, until now. Entangled particles are linked with what I term a quantum axis (or axle, as in the axle of a car attached to two wheels at each end). Unlike linear motion of one object from one place to another, it’s spin motion of two objects linked by a common axis, thus the ability to transmit motion (therefore state) instantaneously. In this system, we have two particles linked by a common axis. As with a car transmission, it’s logical to extend the principle to multiple particles linked by multiple common axis. For example, this system would give us the ability to hook into a two-particle system via a third, or link two dual systems to form a triangle. And as with a car transmission here too, we get a second principle which I will term a quantum clutch. We can also imagine a third principle naturally termed a quantum differential. Then, from the principle of electron orbits, we have what would be termed quantum gears. Literally, we now have quantum mechanics.

The principles above consist of the hardware, we’d have to devise the proper software to match. Not unlike mechanical computing devices, quantum mechanics would use simple mechanical principles to carry information back and forth, and in doing so compute mathematical operations. Unlike any other mechanical computing device, quantum mechanics acts with zero delay across axis (no torque flex), and with light-speed delay across “contact” points (q-clutch, q-differential, q-gears, etc).

I was thinking about a bunch of ways to elaborate, but this should suffice as a basis for engineering experiments and applications. Have fun, you nerds.

 

Martin Levac copyright 13:26 5/29/2017

 

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Two Heads are Better Than One

Two Heads are Better Than One

 

What does that mean? It means that there’s two brains working on the same problem. But most importantly, and we always seem to miss that point, it’s that there’s twice the likelihood that a smart brain will work on the problem. It’s the most obvious, but we don’t see it that way. The only thing we see is the extra help, the extra same help, not the extra smarter help. If it’s two stupid brains, it won’t do a damn thing. But if one of them is smart, that’s the true benefit. See? It’s such a simple idea that I bet even the stupidest of us can see.

Eyes open.

 

Martin Levac copyright 02:42 5/20/2017

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Human History Abridged

Human History Abridged

From last 400,000 years to present, going through the great flood of 12,000 years ago.

Before 400k years, we were not homo-sapiens sapiens, we were most likely cro-magnon or some other hominid species. At around 400k years ago, aliens arrived to take gold from this planet and this went on for a relatively short time. At some point around 400k-300k years ago, they then made us from a native Earth species combined with some of their own genes – we are hybrids. The purpose of which was to get the gold for them. At first, we were straight up slaves, we got no compensation for our toil. But since we were now more intelligent as a result of hybridization, we learned and evolved and became more independent, perhaps to the point of realizing our situation and revolt.

At this point, several things were established by these aliens to continue to control us, so we continued to get gold for them. The first is money, with the infrastructure to handle money, i.e. temples, priests, bills of exchange, etc. The second is separation of the various groups handled by the various individual aliens who were responsible for the various territories on the planet. We can summarize this best with the phrase “divide and conquer”. We didn’t invent that, nor were we aware of the extensive implications of that as we are today. The way this was done is a different language for each different group primarily, but also with other “cultural” traits that were also different in each respective group.

The purpose of money was simple – to make us dig up the gold and return it to the temple, where we would get a bill of exchange which we could then use for our own economic activities independent of the aliens’ activities otherwise. The purpose of separation was to prevent association of the various groups into greater more powerful groups that could overturn our alien slavemasters. We can rephrase the proverb – divide and control. I posit that this division is evidence of a prior revolt, hence the need for division.

Then the great flood happened about 12,000 years ago.

The aliens left with their gold, most of it anyway, shortly before that, likely because they knew of the upcoming disaster. We remained here, where a very large portion of our now human population died from it, while only small groups survived the disaster. The groups with greatest numbers – but more importantly with more intelligent or learned individuals – recovered and developed quicker, which then became the foundation for our current “modern” civilization. We often cite Sumer as a foundation for many modern social concepts such as money for example. Some groups did not adopt things like writing or money, instead preferring different social traits such as respect of nature, oral tradition and such. It’s possible that some of these groups appeared before the flood, maybe they were escapees and rejected the “laws” imposed by these aliens, hence adoption of very different concepts that continue to exist even today in some populations which we usually call “traditional”.

The division of the various groups contained in its nature the seed of conflict, but most importantly the seed of further division. This explains in part the much greater number of “nations” today than there were initially. They weren’t nations, they were just groups of slaves controlled by only a handful of alien slavemasters, probably 12. It takes only a little time for 12 to become 250. 12,000 years is ample time for even occasional division to produce this. I say 12 because that’s a common number for the alien slavemasters in the various religious texts, though they don’t call them slavemasters, they call them God, or gods with a small g.

Incidentally, division explains why there’s both God and gods. One God as the major deity for each religion, likely representing one alien from each group of slaves they controlled, then several gods – 12 – to describe the history of these aliens as a group, before the flood. It’s a little confusing, but then that’s primarily how division works.

At some point, there was division of the temple and the bank. It’s possible that this division was intended by the aliens, but only after the flood, not before since before the flood it was more efficient to keep the two together. It’s also possible that this division was purely our doing, but maybe also a consequence of the “primordial” division. Division was ingrained in us from the start. Anyway, from this division, we get the banks who handle money, and temples who handle religion. Ironically, the richest entity on this planet is a temple – the Vatican. But then maybe it’s not irony at all, and instead is expressly intentional so that control is tightly centralized, yet gives the illusion of decentralization.

With respect to money and our current situation, money rules all. Initially, money was a bill of exchange where the bank owed the depositor the amount of gold specified on the bill. Today, money is a bill of exchange where we owe the bank for the use of the bank’s money – that’s fiat money. If that was the case way back when, it would be as if the bank owed us for the gold deposit, but then we owed the bank for the bill of exchange they gave us to indicate the amount of gold deposited, that makes no sense – it’s our gold. Anyways, that’s how money works today, we owe the bank to use their money. A different way to see it is that money used to represent value in the form of gold, but now money represents its own value.

Religion is a different story. It’s made from the aliens’ history on this planet, beginning from the time they arrived, to the time they left, then the flood. In some religious texts, specifically the Bible, humans wrote stuff they made up, likely because they understood this concept of control, and omitted some other stuff because it would have likely revealed the lies written elsewhere in the same text. All these books are talking about an omnipotent entity that created the universe after all. Well, it’s just some stupid aliens that wanted gold.

 

There you have it, human History abridged. Based on a few facts most of us aren’t even aware of. For example, the millions of stone circle ruins and the extensive agricultural terrace complex in South Africa, the various ancient texts relating the stories of these aliens, and the highly unlikely but utterly recognizable similarities of all the various religions on Earth.

There’s a sort of irony to money and division. Money is centralized planet-wide, in fact money is the same system with the same Laws in every country with a central bank in each, yet there’s deep division socially and culturally otherwise. It’s very likely that division is actively maintained for the purpose of keeping money in control, and whoever controls money controls the world. I don’t mean whoever has the most money, I mean whoever prints it.

There’s a few solutions. Since money is created by an act of Law, it can be destroyed by an act of Law as well. But that would piss off the bankers, ya? So instead, we simply amend the Laws to establish a more reasonable fee – i.e. “interest” – to use their money. For example, instead of the usual 4-5% of face value, it would be a fixed fee for each bill printed regardless of face value, and for a fixed time. This would eliminate the continual inflation, and reduce by several orders of magnitude the debt we owe these bankers for the use of their money. This would apply to printed money only, not virtual money that doesn’t get printed but only gets created and transacted as digital information. A Law could be made to limit the currently unlimited interest possible with debts where the debtor can’t pay the capital. The Bill of Exchange Act specifies that a bill must be made out to a “certain sum of money”, however it also stipulates that interest can be charged indefinitely (though the term “indefinitely” is not expressly written in that Law, the mechanism of that Law allows this concept to exist and take full effect in fact), and thus create an actual “infinite sum of money” rather than “certain”.

I didn’t mean to go on about money.

 

Martin Levac copyright 21:38 5/2/2017

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The Benefit of Direct Egocentrism

The Benefit of Direct Egocentrism

Imagine a situation where a friend of yours works at a crappy shop, selling crap. He’s your friend, you want to help him out, you buy that crap so he keeps his job. You believe you’re helping him out, but in fact you’re keeping him in a crap job at a crap shop selling crap. What good friend you are.

Now imagine you think of your own personal benefit first and foremost when you buy stuff. Your friend still works at the same crap shop, but you don’t buy anything there – there’s no direct benefit to you. A chain of events begins where you are the trigger, the impetus, the shop sells less and less, closes down, eventually your friend loses his job. That’s the end of it. Or is it? The shops where you do buy stuff, are shops you consider worthy of your hard-earner money – they sell good stuff that directly benefits you. Your friend lost his job at that crap shop, but now he has an opportunity to get a job at a good shop, the one where you buy your good stuff. Maybe he won’t get that job, but the opportunity will present itself, all because of your direct egocentrism. An alternative is that the crap shops become good shops, their goods change or their services improve.

Extend this reasonable logic to all your personal choices with goods and services. Whether you help out a friend or not in doing so, you still benefit personally and directly first and foremost. But most importantly, whether the folks at the good shops are your friends or not, everybody in the chain of events benefits from your direct egocentrism.

Direct egocentrism is the act of directly benefiting from one’s action, as opposed to indirect egocentrism where one still benefits in the end but not from the initial action, i.e. buying crap to help out a friend – to keep him as a friend. In this sense, there is no such thing as altruism, where one does not derive any benefit whatsoever either directly or indirectly. So, choose the chain of events you wish to begin – wisely.

 

Martin Levac copyright 21:24 3/20/2017

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The End Of All Evil – Jeremy Locke – Short Review

The End Of All Evil – Jeremy Locke – Short Review

 

This book is a simplistic tool of enslavement. Its true purpose is best described by this famous quote:

“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”

If we believe the freedom stuff in the book, we might also believe the rest of the book. For example, on page 40, we might believe Locke when he writes “Money is good”. If we believe that, then we invariably believe the rest which ineluctably follows this first belief.

Where does money come from? Money comes from privately owned central banks. If money is good, it follows that privately owned central banks are good. What is money? Money is a bill of exchange, a unit of measure of value. The money we use today is called fiat money and it is created by an Act of Law. Fiat money, issued by privately owned central banks, is “loaned” at face value, and charged interest on that loan at face value as well. The instant we borrow money, we are forever in debt.

In that book, there is not one instance of the word “bank”. How could that be? Jeremy Locke is quite eloquent about freedom, evil and government. How could he be so naive about money, as to omit the word “bank” from his entire book?

If one is to believe the freedom stuff in the book, and if one is to believe the rest of the book, then one is also to believe that privately owned central banks are good, then one is to unknowingly believe that one’s own enslavement – which we call debt – is good.

 

Who among you wants to become indebted, raise your hand? That’s what I thought.

 

Martin Levac copyright 16:10 11/10/2016

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Money is a Unit of Measure of Value

Money is a Unit of Measure of Value

This value is derived from and is a fundamental part of a hierarchical value system where some are more valuable than others.

 

There are only two possible value systems.

A. We are all unequally valuable

B. We are all equally valuable

We could argue that there could be a third system where all individuals in one group are equally valuable, but unequally valuable to all individuals in a second group who are also equally valuable within their own group. However, this system creates a precedent for unequal value which then allows a group to distinguish individuals by different value, so it’s not technically a third possibility, it’s merely an extension of A. In our society, this third system is called racism. If racism is merely an extension of A, then we are all racists, but at the individual scale. This is besides the point of this post, but it illustrates well the fallacy of any other option. It’s a binary choice. There is no grey area, no middle ground.

 

There are only two possible ways to accumulate wealth.

A. Hierarchical value system where some are more valuable than others, and the rich create abundance for themselves while the poor swim in scarcity

B. Uniform value system where all are equally valuable, and all contribute to create abundance for the group

 

There are only two possible societal systems.

A. One group benefits at the expense of a second group, or at the expense of some or all other groups

B. All groups benefit from all other groups equally

It is important to note that, as individuals, we are all minority groups. It is therefore important to ensure that all individuals within a group benefit equally from the group, if that is the chosen system. On the other hand, if we choose the other system, it is important to ensure that some groups and individuals benefit more than others, even if we must ignore and neglect some groups and individuals completely. We could argue that we don’t really need to ensure this for this system, as the system will sort itself out by its very own nature. Indeed, the rich will ensure that for themselves. It’s kind of a joke.

 

System A: http://www.bankofcanada.ca/ (and other privately owned central banks elsewhere on the planet)

System B: http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/

These are our options. Choose wisely.

 

Martin Levac copyright 04:41 11/10/2016

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