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I am becoming increasingly frustrated with all of these claims. I have somehow managed to find this website, expended a lot of effort, both in trying to learn this 'sticks and bones' technology in order to post information here [snip]

 

Or perhaps I am simply trying to interact with the wrong group of people and more effort is required to be expended before my goal is reached

Perhaps you are attempting to interact with the wrong group of people. Let me help you by redirecting your efforts to a more intelligent crowd:

 

Google Groups (SPR)

 

There, I assure you, you will find working physicists and engineers posting and you will be in comfortable environs where you can communicate with peers rather than we idiots here. Not only are real physicists and engineers posting you have a rather well known physics professor who is the main moderator - Dr. John Baez, PhD, UC Riverside Physics Department.

 

I look forward to seeing your postings there. Do try to get it started today. Posts are pre-screened by the Mods so it takes 2 to 24 hours for posts to get on the forum.

 

 

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"The October 2013 riots starting in Michigan."

 

Michigan lost the World Series and there were riots in the state that did win!

 

"Russia and the U.S.A. will work out a deal on Syria."

 

There was never armed conflict as a result of the civil war there.

 

Romney will lose by a historical landslide to Obama.

 

That was not so hard to predict. It was hard to predict that Romney would win the GOP nomination and then lose to Obama.

 

"Fast and Furious" will be justified as we begin to learn that the Mexican government and army has lost to the drug cartels.

 

Nobody even talks about this news. That's because it was justified.

 

The E.U. will ultimately fail and disband.

 

This has yet to happen but Germany and other countries are brining their physical gold back.

 

Germany is bailing out other countries less and less every year.

 

The Euro will decline to previous currencies.

 

As said, European national currency is making a comeback.

 

The U.S. economy will stabilize but most will earn surviving wages permanently. That means the majority won't earn enough to buy a new car every 5 years or take a trip to a foreign country.

 

Over half of all U.S. employees now earn less than $30 thousand a year and live pay statement to pay statement.

 

We'll be seeing factory assembly robots roll out soon. That means, robots will start replacing assembly line workers as the cost goes down over the next few years.

 

Latest headlines read "Chinese jobs moving back to the U.S. to be done by robots"

 

The London Olympics -- more than just false flags? Cancellation and discontinuation.

 

Of course it was a false flag.

 

Syrian government overthrown. Joint U.N. and Russian peace keeping.

 

Assad is losing the country.

 

More tampering, dirty and nuke bomb lone wolf terrorist attempts in the U.S. See Michigan for clue.

 

This was in reference to a story I read about a kid who was fooled by agents and thought he was detonating a nuke in a U.S. city.

 

More annual flooding, heat, earthquakes, eruptions, etc.

 

Hurricane Sandy, New Zealand and Russian eruptions.

 

 

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I am not that detail-educated on the historical events of the early 21st century; however, I do not remember reading anything that resembles the predictions that person is making. The United States is still a single land mass 254 years into your future, as an example. Governments of the world have undergone changes, that is true, but it is not as dramatic as the writer suggests, and other issues such as natural disasters, are still occurring basically within the same cyclic patterns, with a slight increase in overall temperatures. Climatologists of my era are in agreement that we are continuing the warming period between ice ages, with a low percentage of human intervention as a contributing factor occurring somewhere between the late 1800's and early 2100's, before the global population reduction (also considered a natural process). Further, I would suspect any person who claims to make accurate predictions as a result of the uncertainty principle, which applies even for 'time traveler's, as an infinite number of possible 'futures' may exist once you are positioned into a specific universal reality construct. As a result, we do not believe it is possible to predict non-existent future occurrences outside of the parameters of the very narrow Torus model.

 

 

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The United States is still a single land mass 254 years into your future, as an example.

The United States being "a single land mass" would be a rather significant change. The USA is currently divided into three major landmasses; the continental US, Alaska and Hawaii; and several island Territories that include Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa and the US Minor Outlying Islands (Johnston Atoll, Howland Island, Baker Island, Midway, Wake Island and a few more).

 

 

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lledbetter2266, if you persist in the pretence of being a time-traveller, I will fully expose you in this group. This will be my 1st and last warning. You and I both know that you are NOT a time-traveller.

 

Gee, I guess I wasn't paying attention. Or maybe it's that professed time travelers don't seem to get my attention anymore. But that is interesting that this particular time traveler claims it isn't possible to predict the future due to the uncertainty principle. I thought I was the only one that realized that. And no predictions of gloom and doom. That's a first.

 

Perhaps if he can pass this test, I might pay attention a little more.

 

How can a wave appear to be a particle?

 

 

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this particular time traveler claims it isn't possible to predict the future due to the uncertainty principle.

Which is a misstatement of the Uncertainty Principle. The Uncertainty Principle has nothing to do with prediction of anything. It deals with the inability to simultaneously state to an arbitary degree of certainty the current, not future, quantum state of two or more non-commutating physical properties of a subatomic particle, such as its momentum and position. Obviously, if you can't determine the exact current state then you can't predict the exact future state beased on your current knowledge. Given a large enough system, however, you can make reasonably accurate predictions about the overall evolution of the system as it moves into the future.

 

For example, the Uncertainty Principle states that I am prevented from konwing, even in theory, the exact states of the individual molecules of a certain volume of water. But if that water happens to be flowing in the Colorado River I can pretty well state with a high degree of certainty that the water that neither evaporates, is absorbed into the soil nor is otherwise syphoned off will eventually end up in Lake Mead.

 

An B-747 aircraft has lost power because its 4 engine have disintegrated, the pilots are dead and it is in a dive losing altitude at 10,000 ft/min. You can't state with certainty the quantum state of its individual atoms and molecules. But you probably won't lay money on the proposition that the aircraft will not auger a large hole in the ground at some time in the very near future.

 

 

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Which is a misstatement of the Uncertainty Principle. The Uncertainty Principle has nothing to do with prediction of anything. It deals with the inability to simultaneously state to an arbitary degree of certainty the current, not future, quantum state of two or more non-commutating physical properties of a subatomic particle, such as its momentum and position.

For example, the Uncertainty Principle states that I am prevented from konwing, even in theory, the exact states of the individual molecules of a certain volume of water. But if that water happens to be flowing in the Colorado River I can pretty well state with a high degree of certainty that the water that neither evaporates, is absorbed into the soil nor is otherwise syphoned off will eventually end up in Lake Mead.

 

I just mentioned it because it appears there are two paths to choose from. Only one or the other can be ascertained. Kind of like a fork in the road through time.

 

 

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I just mentioned it because it appears there are two paths to choose from. Only one or the other can be ascertained. Kind of like a fork in the road through time.

What it really means is that you can only know a certain total quantity of information about a quantum particle. Momentum and position are just two quantum properties of the state a particle. There are more - mass, energy, spin, charge, angular velocity, angular momentum...

 

But it's the non-commutating properties that are inportant to uncertaity. I won't go into matrix algebra, but that is where it is explained. In short, the non-commutatig properties goes like this:

 

A x B = C

 

B x A =/ C

 

A and B are non-commutating. You can't arbitrarily switch the order in which A and B appear in the equation/inequality because the order determines the outcome.

 

A x B = C

 

B x A = C

 

A and B are commutating in the manner that we all learned when we were taught the basic rules of arithmetic.

 

A, B and C are individual matrices, columns and rows of numbers, representing the individual quantum states of the particles under consideration.

 

 

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What it really means is that you can only know a certain total quantity of information about a quantum particle. Momentum and position are just two quantum properties of the state a particle. There are more - mass, energy, spin, charge, angular velocity, angular momentum...

But it's the non-commutating properties that are inportant to uncertaity. I won't go into matrix algebra, but that is where it is explained. In short, the non-commutatig properties goes like this:

 

A x B = C

 

B x A =/ C

 

A and B are non-commutating. You can't arbitrarily switch the order in which A and B appear in the equation/inequality because the order determines the outcome.

 

A x B = C

 

B x A = C

 

A and B are commutating in the manner that we all learned when we were taught the basic rules of arithmetic.

 

A, B and C are individual matrices, columns and rows of numbers, representing the individual quantum states of the particles under consideration.

You know there is a physical phenomena that parallels this type of math. The Faraday riddle. A rotating conductor in a uniform magnetic field will generate a current perpendicular to the axis of rotation. Yet when the uniform magnetic field is rotated instead, no current is generated through the conductor.

 

 

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Gee, I guess I wasn't paying attention. Or maybe it's that professed time travelers don't seem to get my attention anymore. But that is interesting that this particular time traveler claims it isn't possible to predict the future due to the uncertainty principle. I thought I was the only one that realized that. And no predictions of gloom and doom. That's a first.

Perhaps if he can pass this test, I might pay attention a little more.

 

How can a wave appear to be a particle?

Believe me, you do not want to pay any attention to this person (in regard to their claims of being a time-traveller).

 

 

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Believe me, you do not want to pay any attention to this person (in regard to their claims of being a time-traveller).

 

You don't have to worry. There haven't been any time travel claimants that have come back from the future with any future knowledge about science.

 

In fact the majority seem to be scientifically illiterate. Its like people from the future appear to be less educated than people in the present.

 

But the usual course of action for the time travel claimant, is that my question will go unanswered. And then most likely his postings will stop. And then in about two weeks another claimant will take his place.

 

 

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You've chosen lake Mead as the predetermined destination for the water in the river. But that is only one of the possible outcomes available that could be the destination of each of the water molecules that make up the river of water. Some of the water will make it to lake Mead. But predicting which water molecules will is the dilemma. The only certainty is the multiple future paths are already there.

 

 

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I am not John Titor 1.My handle is John Thomas.

 

I mix a lot of lies in with the truth in order to protect our time-line.

 

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"Predictions" that will be proven shortly.

 

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Russia and the U.S.A. will work out a deal on Syria.

 

Romney will lose by a historical landslide to Obama.

 

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As in June 2014, only 2 predictions are correct.

 

 

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If you are listing "Romney will lose by a historical landslide to Obama" as a prediction, then it was an obvious failed prediction. As I recall at the time, Romney's popular vote was very close in count to Obama's.

You are correct, Einstein. Obama appears to have won 332 electoral votes to Romney’s 206. It is not a historical landslide.

 

 

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If I were a pretend time traveler I would get my prediction details from these sites. It doesn't teach me math or quantum physics but it would get me through 4-5 posts before becoming owned by smart people.

 

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You know there is a physical phenomena that parallels this type of math. The Faraday riddle. A rotating conductor in a uniform magnetic field will generate a current perpendicular to the axis of rotation. Yet when the uniform magnetic field is rotated instead, no current is generated through the conductor.

 

"Rotated" only along the "B" axis. Video demonstrating with a CRT:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TKSfAkWWN0

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If you are listing "Romney will lose by a historical landslide to Obama" as a prediction, then it was an obvious failed prediction. As I recall at the time, Romney's popular vote was very close in count to Obama's.

You are dead wrong. It was a landslide. 332 to 206 in the electoral college; a 38% lead!

 

I suppose you wouldn't necessarily count the popoular vote as a landslide, with President Obama carrying only 5,000,000 more votes, but that isn't how we elect presidents.

 

But, of course, anybody with a pulse on politics was aware that any Republican was going to lose hard. Strong candidates rarely challenge Presidential incumbents.

 

Moz

 

 

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If the truth could damage the timeline, and you goal was to prevent damage, then you wouldn't dilute it, you'd abstain entirely. You obviously did not think this through.

 

A genuine time traveler from the future would not spend their entire time defending their claims. They would be far too busy accomplishing whatever it was that motivated them to time travel in the first place.

 

 

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