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Due to gravity slowing down time, it is believed that if an object were to not be submitted to any sort of gravitational pull, it would then not be bound to time.

On this idea, scientists at the University of Queensland are testing out a new quantum time theory where if an object were entirely left alone without any presence of gravity, even the observer’s gaze, it would transcend into a state of “superposition”, which is the sum of possible configurations, or arrangements, of the object.

The object’s presence could only be known then through all possible rest states, thereby creating a unique quantum state for it to exist…accessing the pure God essence of the said object. They say this could potentially accelerate computer mechanics as the computers would not be operating in a linear sequence, but rather off the time spectrum and in its very own perfectly present state of being.

As UQ researcher, Dr. Fabio Costa, says, “We are currently working towards quantum computers that — very simply speaking — could effectively jump through time to perform their operations much more efficiently than devices operating in fixed sequence in time, as we know it in our ‘normal’ world.”

Imagine this potentially being combined with A.I. technology!

 

And you may want to look into what is called Schrödinger’s cat. https://www.sciencedaily.com/terms/schrodinger’s_cat.htm


“A University of Queensland-led international team of researchers say they have discovered ‘a new kind of quantum time order.’

UQ physicist Dr Magdalena Zych said the discovery arose from an experiment the team designed to bring together elements of the two big — but contradictory — physics theories developed in the past century.

‘Our proposal sought to discover: what happens when an object massive enough to influence the flow of time is placed in a quantum state?’ Dr Zych said.

She said Einstein’s theory described how the presence of a massive object slowed time.

‘Imagine two space ships, asked to fire at each other at a specified time while dodging the other’s attack,’ she said.

‘If either fires too early, it will destroy the other.’

‘In Einstein’s theory, a powerful enemy could use the principles of general relativity by placing a massive object — like a planet — closer to one ship to slow the passing of time.’

‘Because of the time lag, the ship furthest away from the massive object will fire earlier, destroying the other.’

Dr Zych said the second theory, of quantum mechanics, says any object can be in a state of ‘superposition’

‘This means it can be found in different states — think Schrodinger’s cat,’ she said.

Dr Zych said using the theory of quantum mechanics, if the enemy put the planet into a state of ‘quantum superposition,’ then time also should be disrupted.

‘There would be a new way for the order of events to unfold, with neither of the events being first or second — but in a genuine quantum state of being both first and second,’ she said.

UQ researcher Dr Fabio Costa said although ‘a superposition of planets’ as described in the paper — may never be possible, technology allowed a simulation of how time works in the quantum world — without using gravity.

‘Even if the experiment can never be done, the study is relevant for future technologies,’ Dr Costa said.

‘We are currently working towards quantum computers that — very simply speaking — could effectively jump through time to perform their operations much more efficiently than devices operating in fixed sequence in time, as we know it in our ‘normal’ world.’

Stevens Institute of Technology and the University of Vienna scientists were co-authors on Bell’s Theorem for Temporal Order, published in Nature Communications.”

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Journal Reference:

  1. Magdalena Zych, Fabio Costa, Igor Pikovski, Časlav Brukner. Bell’s theorem for temporal orderNature Communications, 2019; 10 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-11579-x

 

You may find this article here at: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/08/190826122010.htm

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