The Shadow Pen.
If you imagine that this world is created with a light pen, then you can rewrite some elements of this world with a shadow pen, and so, what is it?
Like the usual pen for writing, this feather pen has two planes that do not create light as a light pen, but create a shadow that fills on both sides, right and left, with light. The total rate of loss of the shadow of the track, or the filling of the shadow, this pen is equal to two speeds of light, since the loss of the shadow occurs from two sides with the speed of light.
Something like this: Anura Rafael Write Time Tourbillon Watch That Becomes A Pen
An approximate working scheme of the process, instead of neutrinos, multidirectional calibrated laser beams can act:
And what can you do with such a pen? Why is it needed?
For example, write a new base element. Concretely, the metal is hydrogen. For example, if two planes of the pen are formed by a plane of the neutrino flux, the extremities of the oval of the resulting meson of metallic hydrogen will be cut off by the neutrino flux planes, from both sides. It may be necessary to concentrate more energy, for this we can accelerate the convergence of the outer radius to the bunch of producing constants.
And so we need, a sweeper: X-ray Pump Probe (XPP) Instrument
Flow Meter and Flow Transmitter: Soft X-ray Materials Science (SXR) Instrument
Work Camera: Matter in Extreme Conditions (MEC) Instrument
Further, we need a team of specialists who have the necessary methods for calculating all stages of the process. And the main observer.
Primary Observer: IFQ Complexity | Leonard Susskind Introduction
The main corrector, which monitors the integrity of the process: IFQ Complexity | Scott Aaronson
The creator of the calculation of the methods of obtaining the product at the angles of the use of momentum: IFQ Complexity | Dan Roberts
A specialist in the copying of the product and transporting it to any point, responsible for expanding the method of using the product process: IFQ Complexity | Beni Yoshida
Corrector of the balance between the final product and its fragments: IFQ Complexity Workshop | Wojciech Zurek
A specialist in product copying, the sustainability of this process and tracking the safety of the object from stalling into a black hole: IFQ Complexity Workshop | Adam Brown
The creator of the pen interfacing for setting up the creation of different substances, not just metallic hydrogen, but of any substance with specified properties, as well as a specialist in setting up interfaces between physicists of different representations: IFQ Complexity Workshop | Daniel Harlow
Beam Calibrator: IFQ Complexity Workshop | Fernando Brandao
The adjuster of the pen itself, the head, its working part, the calculation of the methods that determine the key to the creation of a particular substance: IFQ Complexity Workshop | Tobias Osborne
A chiller, a cooler, a specialist who determines the passage of the substance, the final product, through the temperature regimes: IFQ Complexity | Brian Swingle