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World War Has Begun

The general idea of the article:

The bad news is that the world war has essentially begun. It will last for about thirty years.

The good news is that the war will entail a breakthrough in physics.

The coming breakthrough (hyperbolic fields) will bring free energy, time dilation chambers, gravity manipulation, and entry into the interstellar communication club.

The world is pregnant with catastrophic change. The first outbreak of a hot war is about to begin, and there will be several.

Similar events took place a century ago. The war went on for 33 years, from 1913 to 1946. It was one war, not two. World War I and World War II had the same conductors, the same genesis, the same main participants. Similar events took place two centuries ago, during the Napoleonic Wars. It happened dozens of times before. The last three times the world was already global and conflicts across the planet were synchronized. Before that, the thirty-year wars were fought in different regions.

The duration of the conflict is roughly the length of one generation of people’s dominance — 25–35 years. It is difficult to name a specific cause for each such conflict; historians offer many versions. The fact is that reasons are not necessary; the “four-generation effect” works:

Bad times create the strong; strong people create good times; good times create weak people; weak people create bad times.

In every thirty-year war, there is an explosive development of new physics. It is not only about the arms race. During the war, people begin to listen to strange physicists. Non-mainstream physicists become a hundred times more numerous: during the war, physicists rush to new horizons, because the quiet life of gobbling up grants from practical capitalists and corrupt politicians becomes inaccessible anyway; cozy administrative careers in science lose their appeal and meaning. And just before the war, there is a stale stagnation in science. Look at the latest Nobel Prizes in physics — it’s more a marker of venality, conformism, and mediocrity than a measure of success.

At this point, work on hyperbolic fields is already underway. So far, a bunch of fringe scientists is doing it on their own dime. But they have already had some successful experiments and a serious claim for the existence of a theoretical justification. Very soon a specialized scientific school financed by the Russian state will be created. Then the rest of the world will catch up quickly. Before the war, a great German man, Max Planck was also looked upon as an idiot. A little off-topic: Einstein, deified in the West, did nothing that would affect people’s lives. Moreover, his constructions are going to collapse in the development of the theory of hyperbolic fields.

We can learn to use hyperbolic fields by considering the four-dimensional time (Finsler manifold) as an alternative to Minkowski space-time. It is quite difficult to understand this, especially since almost all materials are still available only in Russian. Below I am trying to use a physiological analogy to explain it.

As of now, we have studied three fundamentally different ways of interaction of human consciousness with the external world.

The most primitive and the first to appear in the evolutionary process are touch, taste, and smell. All these senses act on physically similar principles. In all cases, there is a direct interaction of the atoms of the body with the atoms of the perceived substance. The distance at which this interaction operates is on the order of the size of the body, no further. Information density is very low; a new signal may come every few seconds, not more often. The characteristic size of the receptor is micrometers. Lenses (signal amplification) are exclusively extensive, acting by directly increasing the number of receptors. It is almost impossible to expand the perceptual boundaries with devices. Artificial receptors are in no way fundamentally better than natural ones. The maximum signal velocity is meters per second. Interaction takes place at a point, i.e. it is zero-dimensional.

The second way of perception is hearing. Hearing works by lensing and processing waves in the medium (substance). The maximum interaction distance is a thousand times greater than the previous method of perception. The accuracy (characteristic frequency of 1000 hertz) and the maximum speed of the signal (the speed of sound in water/air) is also about a thousand times higher. The characteristic size of the optimum receptor is, again, a thousand times greater. Extension of perception limits by devices is possible, but not essential. Artificial receptors are better than natural ones but they need to come in supplement with an echolocator processor, like on a fishing boat. Bats and dolphins have a natural one and it will be the first product in the stores for those who want to become a bit androidish. Lensing (an ear shell, for example) has an effect, but not a fundamental one. But it is important to note that the lenses act intensely, not extensively. The interaction occurs on a membrane that moves up and down in a line, that is, the perception is one-dimensional.

The third mode of perception is vision. Vision is not fundamentally different from radio and an X-ray machine. The WiFi communication protocol and the transatlantic Internet cable make the same physical sense that vision does. It is all electromagnetic waves. In this case, artificial receptors are much better than natural ones. The speed of the signal is a hundred thousand times faster (the speed of light in the medium). For natural ones, the perception distance and density of information are about a thousand times better than hearing; for artificial ones — millions and billions of times. The simplest lensing (a glass lens) gives a concentration of energy sufficient for a phase transition (plasma, flame). It is important to note that the receptor is not just the eye, but the entire brain. Therefore, we can state a noticeable increase in the characteristic size compared to hearing. The scope for lensing is gigantic: telescopes, radio telescopes, X-ray telescopes, electron microscopes, laser detectors, etc. Interaction occurs on the retina (surface), that is, it is two-dimensional.

Evolution has not created the next (fourth) level of perception for us, but we can say a lot about it based on the extrapolation of the previous three. It is billions of times faster than the speed of light and information flow in it is billions of times denser. It is much more energy-intensive. It will require large receptors that cannot be crammed inside our bodies. The typical size of a receptor is hundreds of meters. At the same time, the perceptive part of the receptor is at least three-dimensional. The great pyramids of Giza are the broken remnants of such receptors; in them, both the external shape and the internal mass of the substance are fundamentally important. This is confirmed by the fact that their angles correspond exactly to the angles of the figures in the analog of the Minkowski cone in the alternative geometry of space-time.

To try to understand the essence of the Fourth interaction, it is necessary to comprehend the time displacement effects of lensing. Let’s go over the three known methods of perception again, now in this aspect.

In the first level (tactile), focusing (lensing) takes place only on a one-dimensional time scale: if signals from receptors (no matter where they are in the place of impact) become very frequent, we feel pain.

In the second-level perception (hearing), the focusing takes place in the spatial dimension, and the temporal dimension is ignored because the speed of sound is low and therefore there is no need to consider the difference in time of arrival to the inner ear of signals reflected by different places of the auricle.

In the glass optical lens (third-level perception), one time-dimension and two spatial dimensions are taken into account. In this case, it is fundamentally important how fast this or that ray passes its intended path inside the lens. If the lens surface does not take this into account, there will be no focus.

A lens in the Fourth channel of perception requires at least three dimensions in space and three dimensions in time. In the receptor body array, you must have a SCRIPT, precisely aligned in time, along which you must CREATE EVENTS (give birth to particles, for example). And their position in space must take into account what kind of projection we have in the three-dimensional world. The third metric is added to distances and angles.

Thus, time creates energy. The law of conservation of energy is not satisfied in our familiar four-dimensional space-time, because the part of the system found here is far from being complete. Any manipulation of hyperbolic fields violates the conservation of energy and matter.




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