## Thursday, January 29, 2009

### Flexing Time, Space & Gravity Strings

The universe consists of particles / objects, strings, and frames. Gravity, space, and time are all strings in our universe. If we could flex strings a lot of interesting things would happen. If we could flex gravity, space, and time strings we could travel in Black Holes since there would be no danger of our being injured short of a power failure. If you flexed gravity strings, you could travel indefinitely since gravity would never slow you down. If you developed a gravity engine which could focus on gravity strings using them for power you could accelerate indefinitely. If you could flex space, time, gravity strings at the same time as using the gravity engine you could accelerate indefinitely into other dimensons as space and time would have no effect on us as we traveled. The ability to flex time strings is the most fascinating. You could travel back and forth in time which brings up a perennial question. Can you can alter your existence by changing the past or as they like to say killing your ancestors??? I see it as three possibilities.

They are:

If you return to the past, everything you see and everyone you meet is a an abstraction of their existence in their own frame at that former time and that existence or frame can be seen but not altered because it’s no longer in your dimension or frame of existence.

If you return to the past and wipe it out, you also wipe out yourself, as you are the future of that existence.

If you wipe out the past, you can’t return to your specific future, as you have also destroyed the future time lines emanating from that past.

## Tuesday, January 27, 2009

### Time Travel

The universe consists of particles / objects, strings, and frames. Gravity, Space, and Time are all strings in our universe. If you want to travel through gravity, space, time you have to learn how to flex the strings so you can pass between them. Theoretically, if you could flex gravity strings you could pass through a Black Hole without injury or travel through the universe just by gravity alone as a power source. If you could flex space strings, you could travel into other dimensions. Flexing time strings means that you can travel back and forth in time. This raises the question of whether or not you can alter your existence by changing the past or as we like to say killing your ancestors. The past you are seeing in Time is the residual existence of your ancestors which no longer exist in your reality. It would be similar to viewing a 4 dimensional movie in our present day reality or living in the Holodeck of the Star Trek’s Enterprise . If you went into the future, you’d be in a random likelihood which may or may not happen in the future. There is a possibility that you could see yourself in the future but you couldn’t alter it as the future is only a possible expression of a reality which may or may not exist when your future arrives.

## Friday, January 23, 2009

### Strings

The universe consists of particles / objects, strings, and frames. Strings are the most interesting at the moment. String operating vertically is gravity. String operating horizontally is time. String which is stretchable and curves is space. If a string has frequency it has a property which we see as objects / particles / characteristics such as charisma and likeability. If a string stretches or shrinks it changes its’ frequency which we see as red and blue shifts. If a string is accelerating we see it as a dark matter force. If a string has a velocity we experience it as dark matter energy. Occasionally, strings will form a particle / object with a tail. That particle / object vibrates at a frequency which we see as life / characteristics. The vibrating particle / object gives off energy which affects its’ surroundings. This effect is charisma. A string can also be a physical particle / object building or an event which happens out of the blue. A string can form frames which we see as dimensions including time. A string can form dimensions which we can’t see but can experience in the form of quantum effects when strings as objects appear out of nowhere and leave trails which are characteristic of a particle / object. An object / particle with its’ string moving through space / time distorts space / time which we physically see as orbits / paths or in time as events. The same equivalent effect occurs in our dimension when someone leaves a mess or an particle / object collapses. String as time can also stretch or curve on a random basis. We experience stretched string time as a hardship as in waiting for someone or as a task which is annoying. Curved string time is experienced by us as something pleasant which is far too short. At the moment of the Big Bang, it took time for the rules / laws of the creating universe to change into the rules / laws of the created universe and during that interval the dark matter strings stretched causing effects which we can’t explain in 4 dimensional terms. A string has the same characteristics / effects along its’ entire length which we can’t explain in terms of our 4 dimensional existence in terms of our 4 dimensional equations. Thus gravity, space and time are throughout the universe.

## Wednesday, January 14, 2009

### Location Of Primes

If you look at a table of Prime Numbers, you will notice that they aren’t evenly spaced which raises the question of how many primes precede any arbitrarily selected number. On the other hand, if you look at a table of prime numbers they seem to follow a pattern. You will also notice that the prime numbers get rarer, as you look at higher and higher numbers. Most formulas that have been developed to find the location of any prime number seem to be a hit and miss affair because the prime numbers aren’t evenly spaced. George Riemann, who formulated the Riemann Hypothesis, found that his formula produced the occasional zero as an answer which he hypothesized lay on the line ( y = ½ ). So far, calculating on an individual basis, it has been found that over a billion zeros using Riemann’s formula lie on this line but since Riemann hypothesized all zeros the search goes on. So far, no one has developed a proof that definitely establishes all zeros lie on the line ( y = ½ ). Here’s a way of resolving the conundrum concerning Riemann’s zeros (0’s) using the concept of strings. If we add the digits of any number (N) like ( 7919 ), for example, we get a total ( 7 + 9 + 1 + 9 = 26 ) which represents its’ string ( 26 ) or line ( y = 26 ). If we continue the addition of the digits ( 26 ) we get ( 2 + 6 = 8 ) or a line ( y = 8 ) for number ( 7919 ). Riemann had the idea that when his equation produced a zero (0) in the calculation, that zero for non- trivial numbers was on the line ( y = ½ ). Working in reverse, we can take any arbitrary line ( y = k ), with ( k = ( 0 to 9 )), because all numbers ( N ) sum to a number from ( 0 to 9 ) as one digit. Any line ( y = k ) can contain an infinite number of numbers, since zero ( 0 ) does not change the value of ( y = k ). For instance, if ( y = 2 ), it can hold the numbers ( 2, 11, 101, 110, etc. ) since the total digits do not exceed (2). It can readily be seen that all zeros lie on the line ( y = k ) no matter what the value of k whether it be one digit or multiple digits and thus Riemann was correct when he said all zeros lie on the line ( y = ½ ), since ( y = ½ ) is the reciprocal of ( y = 2 ) and contains the numbers ( ½, 1/11, 1/101, 1/110, etc.. The same conclusion can be applied to any arbitrary line ( y = k ) or ( y = 1/k ) for values of k from ( zero (0) to infinity ) of any number (N) which has an infinite number of digits (D) If Riemann had changed his formula to produce zeros ( 0’s ) for other non-trivial values for other lines ( y = k ) or ( y = 1/k ) he would have ended up hypothesizing that all zeros ( 0’s ) also lie on these lines. There is also the suggestion that the line ( y = ½ ) has a relationship to a formula for locating the position of any prime / number of primes preceding that particular prime. If ( y = 2 ), then the line ( y = 2 ) contains the numbers (2, 11, 101, 1001, 10001, 100001, etc.) since the sum of the digits does not exceed 2. If ( y = ½ ), then the line ( y = ½ ) contains the numbers ( ½, 1/11, 1/101, 1/1001, 1/10001, 1/100001, etc. ) since the sum of the digits does not exceed ½ and ½ is the reciprocal of 2 or ( y = 2 ) . Raise each number ( ½, 1/11, 1/101, 1/1001, 1/10001, 1/100001, etc. ) to the power of 2. Sum the numbers which have a limit of (0.258363501). The square root of (0.258363501) is (0.508294698). Similarly, If ( y = ½ ), then the line ( y = ½ ) contains the numbers ( ½, 1/11, 1/110, 1/1100, 1/11000, 1/110000, etc. ) since the sum of the digits does not exceed ½ and ½ is the reciprocal of 2 or ( y = 2 ) . Raise each number ( ½, 1/11, 1/110, 1/1100, 1/11000, 1/110000, etc. ) to the power of 2. Sum the numbers which have a limit of (0.258347942). The square root of (0.258347942) is (0.508279394). The important number is (.508) to 3 figures. The calculation of the location of any prime probably involves the adding of zeros (0’s) to the middle of (.508) to equal the number of digits in the probable prime after 3 digits. For instance ( 7919 has 4 digits so therefore extend ( .508 ) to ( .5008 )) by adding 1 zero to the middle and then raising (.5008) to the power equal to one less than the digit in the probable prime ending in ( 1, 3, 7, 9 ).

The general approach is the following:

Extend ( .508) to equal the number of digits in the probable prime starting after 3 digits and then raise ( .508 extended ) to a power equal to the number of digits in the probable prime minus 1. For instance ( 7919 ) contains 4 digits so extend ( .508 ) to 4 digits by adding zero (0) to the middle ( .5008 ). (7919) has 4 digits, so raise ( .5008 ) to the power of 3 ( 4 digits - 1 = 3 ). ( .5008 ^ 3 = .12560096 ) Multiply ( 7919 X .12560096 ) which equals ( 994.6340063 ). 7919 is the 1000th prime which means this method is approximately 5 short of 1000. The same method can be used using ( ½ or .5 ) but the answer is less accurate (7919 X (.5^3) = 989.875) which is ( 10.125 ) short of 1000 ( 7919 is the 1000th prime).

For numbers, 3 digits or under, such as ( 97 ) multiply ( 97 X (.508^2)) which equals approximately 25. As a matter of interest ( 97 ) is the 26th prime.

For 1 digit numbers multiply by ( .508 ).

## Tuesday, January 13, 2009

### Riemann Hypothesis Resolved Using Strings

If you look at a table of Prime Numbers, you will notice that they aren’t evenly spaced which raises the question of how many primes precede any arbitrarily selected number. On the other hand, if you look at a table of prime numbers they seem to follow a pattern. You will also notice that the prime numbers get rarer, as you look at higher and higher numbers. Most formulas that have been developed to find the location of any prime number seem to be a hit and miss affair because the prime numbers aren’t evenly spaced. George Riemann, who formulated the Riemann Hypothesis, found that his formula produced the occasional zero as an answer which he hypothesized lay on the line ( y = ½ ). So far, calculating on an individual basis, it has been found that over a billion zeros using Riemann’s formula lie on this line but since Riemann hypothesized all zeros the search goes on. So far, no one has developed a proof that definitely establishes all zeros lie on the line ( y = ½ ). Here’s a way, of resolving the conundrum concerning Riemann’s zeros (0’s) using the concept of strings. If we add the digits of any number (N) like ( 7919 ), for example, we get a total ( 7 + 9 + 1 + 9 = 26 ) which represents its’ string ( 26 ) or line ( y = 26 ). If we continue the addition of the digits ( 26 ) we get ( 2 + 6 = 8 ) or a line ( y = 8 ) for number ( 7919 ). Riemann had the idea that when his equation produced a zero (0) in the calculation, that zero for non- trivial numbers was on the line ( y = ½ ). Working in reverse, we can take any arbitrary line ( y = k ), with ( k = ( 0 to 9 )), because all numbers ( N ) sum to a number from ( 0 to 9 ) as one digit. Any line ( y = k ) can have an infinite number of numbers, since zero ( 0 ) does not change the value of ( y = k ). For instance, if ( y = 2 ), it can hold the numbers ( 11, 101, 110, etc. ) since the total digits do not exceed (2). It can readily be seen that all zeros line on the line ( y = k ) no matter what the value of k whether it be one digit or multiple digits and thus Riemann was correct when he said all zeros lie on the line ( y = ½ ), since ( y = ½ ) is the reciprocal of ( y = 2 ) and contains the numbers ( 1/11, 1/101, 1/110, etc.. The same conclusion can be applied to any arbitrary line ( y = k ) or ( y = 1/k ) for values of k from ( zero (0) to infinity ) of any number (N) which has an infinite number of digits (D) If Riemann had changed his formula to produce zeros ( 0’s ) for other non-trivial values for lines ( y = k ) or ( y = 1/k ) he would have ended up hypothesizing that all zeros ( 0’s ) also lie on these lines.

## Saturday, January 10, 2009

### The Theory Of Everything

This universe is organized into particles / objects, strings and frames. Particles / objects are physical things that you and I can see and touch. Frames are concerned with the Theory Of Relativity when frames are either stationary or moving / changing relative to each other. Strings are the forces, time and space which we experience in various forms in our day to day activities. Strings functioning as gravity are slightly different because the strings also keep other dimensions in place which we can’t see / experience. This means that strings functioning as gravity are substantially weaker when compared to strings functioning as forces, time and space confined to our dimensions. Each particle / object which includes us and mathematics have an associated string. If we are stationary, our string tends to hold us in place and this holding in place we call gravity. If we start to move, our string starts to change from a primarily gravity function to one giving us a path / energy to travel. The faster we travel up to the speed of light, the more we convert from a particle / object into a string. At the speed of light we become a complete string. Velocity in terms of our string is the uniform change in the position of our string. Acceleration in terms of our string is the increasing / decreasing changes in the position of our string . The space in which we travel is made up of layered strings which we experience as a sheet of space. The forces which we experience on ourselves or apply to others is really the vibrations of our personal strings or the vibrations of our personal strings on others. Events which we experience are caused by our strings disturbing strings of space and time which we may see as beneficial happenings or not so beneficial happenings. The vibrations of strings are seen by us as properties of particles / objects which define them and allow us to interact with particles / objects in different ways. Chemistry and metallurgy is an example of the use of vibrating strings to create other particles / objects through bonds which are strings by another name. Strings on a nuclear basis are the strong and weak nuclear forces. If a particle / object moves through string space, the particle / objects strings tend to pull string space out of alignment causing string space to warp which we experience as orbits or paths. The vibration of strings also cause other strings to vibrate which we call fields. Electromagnetism, radiation and communication are examples of controlled or uncontrolled string vibrations to convey benefits, havoc or information. Since strings are also time and space, everything everywhere is instantaneous in time and distance although we, as particles / objects don’t experience it that way due to the delay in translating strings into reality we can experience.

## Wednesday, January 07, 2009

### Largest Prime Number

If you want to wile away an afternoon, try finding the largest prime number. For those that may have forgotten, a prime number is a number that is only evenly divisible by itself and 1. This definition eliminates all the even numbers that are evenly divisible by 2, leaving the odd numbers. The usual method of finding a prime number is to multiply 2 umpteen dozen times by itself and then subtracting 1 from that number, thereby creating an odd number (( 2 X 2 = 4), ( 4 - 1 = 3 )). You then take that odd number ( 3 ) and see if you can find a previous whole number up to 3, ( 1, 2, ) which will divide into it evenly leaving no remainder. There is a faster method. Numbers are written into a series of columns. Number 13 has 3 in column 0 and 1 in column 1. You will soon realize that any larger number can be easily created by adding another column For instance 3, 13, 213 etc.. It can also be seen that the total number of numbers is infinite because you just keep putting a number from 0 to 9 inclusive in the column to the left of a filled column.

Here are some rules:

A prime number, if it is a prime number , ends in 1, 3 , 7, 9 in column 0 ( far right column ). For instance 11, 13, 17, 19 are all prime numbers.

Any number whose digits, except for number 3, adds to 3 or an even multiple of 3 isn’t a prime number. For instance 39 isn’t a prime number because its’ digits ( 3 and 9 ) total 12 ( 3 + 9 = 12 ). ( 12/ 3 = 4 ).

A number, not a prime number, ending in 1, 3, 7, 9 in column 0 ( far right column ) is only evenly divisible by a number ending in 1, 3, 7, 9 in column 0 ( far right column ). For instance 39 is evenly divisible by 3 and 13 ( 3 X 13 = 39 ).