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4D Broadcasting and the cosmic background radiation

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4D Broadcasting and the cosmic background radiation
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Hi, everyone, good day. It’s Colin Powell here from into infinity. And yet today we’re going to be looking a little bit more about broadcasting or using fourth dimensional mathematics. And a little bit how that works with something called the cosmic background radiation and constants such as epsilon naught, epsilon naught, and z naught. All of these are important constants because they control the speed of light, which we call the number three to make it nice and easy. And so, if you think about we’ll be talking about this we had a little presentation about the earth. And so let’s say x divided by four equals three. And what we found out, if you think about it, the X has to be 12. And that’s what we call z naught. So think about what’s happening. A number four, we call u naught is normally four pi 12 divided by four equals three. So what we’re really saying there is actually that’s that’s a perfect kind of balance between the magnetic resistance and and the number divided by magnetic resistance. And we get the number three out of that, which is the speed of light. Okay, so if we take the number 12, yeah, and we divided by six, we get to me, that’s the number two. And so both of those numbers are quite, quite key numbers, you know, the number two can be squared to meet four. So once again, we get back to number four. It’s the it’s the square root, isn’t it? Of the of the magnetic constant? Yeah, that’s right. Two is the square root of four. So it’s all very easy, isn’t it? Yeah. So now we’ve got these two equations. 12 do it before it was three, and 12 divided by six equals two. What we can actually say is they say, you know, the reason the speed of light is limited, is because six divided by two equals three. And that’s how you sort of devolve all of those complicated equations to do with the speed of light in our dimension of science, and geometric signs stuff. So what we notice then, is actually, it’s actually two squared equals four. So if we looked on the other side of the equation, we’ve got 1212 with a four underneath and a six underneath, and if we square the four, yep. We’re gonna get square over 16. And you find that as the limitation of the atom, the square numbers in the atom, we’ve got a 16 positive and a 16, negative in the electrons, which is the maximum they can reach within a single orbital. So that’s all energy and quanta of energy. If you think of it like that. So what else we got? If we, if we take the number six, and we, let’s take this equation here, 12 divided by six equals two. And if we square that equation, what we get is the number 36 and four, say at the bottom, we’re going to square the six and we’re going to square the four. And that’s actually how science kind of it doesn’t perceive that the speed of light limitation like that, but actually, if you look into science, when we made the translation using dimensional science, you will find that you know, e naught equals one over 36 and U equals four Hi. And when you timed them together, you get the speed of light. So well, actually 36 pi they put Yeah, so both are among the PI function. And that takes the play out of the speed of light, but actually, we’ve put pi into the speed of light because of the fact that we’re measuring space and time in a circle. So as you can sort of imagine if we put the two PI’s back in the six pi and the four pi, and actually, when you multiply them together, you get pi squared, three pi squared. But actually, we don’t need to put buy in we can straighten out time space, and we can just measure things in a straight line rather than all the time. And we can then get rid of the pie and we can get to more simple to work with equations. So the important thing to realise here is that the number 12, we call it all 120 pi is is what we call the z naught kind of constant in science. And what that means is if you’re in if you’re in cosmic background radiation, zero, no air, no atoms, just that cosmic background radiation, there’s going to be a resistance. We’ve talked about magnetic resistance and an electric resistance, magnetic resistance, six, sorry, to the electric resistance across x and r squared. But we can d square them to flatten space if you like, make life a little easier. But the number 12 is a function of that. It’s a function of that squaring and so if we think about the number 12, it’s, it’s kind of like a combination of the number three and four.

And so now this way, we’re going to get back into how do we broadcast. Okay, so that’s just a little bit of sciency knowledge. And the next part we’re going to talk about how do we broke out so hopefully that’s cleared up a little bit about cosmic background radiation, and how that works to inform the speed of light and causality. So what we want to do is we want to try and transmit a signal, you know, at the speed of light, and get as close to causality as possible. And so the best way to do that is to find the number 12. And then we have to adjust that number 12 Because we’re not going to be sending it through the background. He said we’re going to with his molecules in the way and air molecules have a certain refraction number which allows us to work all of that out. We can use resistors to compensate for all of that, but I want to give you the raw format as if we were travelling through space, and how we would transmit a signal at zero. And so let me transmit a signal of zero. And what we’re really looking at here is what called the hexagonal plane. Yeah. And so, we’ve got on the hexagonal plane, what we can do is we can put some numbers here, we’re gonna draw a hexagon here we’ll draw a hexagon, okay? And we’re going to write around in a clockwise direction, start at the top of the triangle inside the triangle at the top six triangles there. 123 there, and, and then once we get to three, we’re going to go back down to one, two, we’re going to go back down, we’ve got five numbers there. And there’s a little gap. We’re going to just colour that in there. And we can call that maybe minus three because it’s a non it’s a non thing. Yeah. So what we have is one, two as the number two and 123. We’ve got the number three there as well and it’s on the hexagonal plane. And what we can do is we can, we can draw another triangle. For those who know us upin called the flower of life. Yes, you can create this using that. And it’s a good idea to do so for the next process because it makes it all really nice and easy. So you can draw the interlocking circles using a compass and when you get to seven of them, you can make this diagram. And so what we do is we colour the the opposite the one where there’s so you’re looking at the triangle upside down. There’ll be another triangle opposite on the outer ring if you like, which will be a triangle the right way up a reciprocal. That’s right. So what we can do is we can put one and we could put one over one in the other one, one over three, one over two, sorry, one over three, then one over two and one over one. And that gives us a reciprocal function. Now, and once again, one minus one over minus three is there but it’s blacked out. So let’s think if I have this shape, let’s say this is my data shape again. And you’ve got you’re holding a similar data shape. And so what I’m going to do is we’re going to collapse that 03 We’re going to minus speed of light out of it take the speed of light. And what happened is the shape will collapse into a five and a top five and it will collapse. in 2d space into 3d space. And the corners will fold over and and make a half shape of an icosahedron. So now what I have to do is I have to find a another shape of an icosahedron and I just have to marry those 12321 numbers. In the right way matching space to time. And then I should have a code that can be broadcast in the right kind of way through the through the antenna. And we’re going to create you know, I we’re actually going to create a I cause a hetero, transmission function and the icosahedral transmission function. It’s not really particularly recognised in science. But we recognise it in a geoscience because actually everything we do is expressed in something called geometry. And it’s one of the five photonic solids and what’s unique about this sonnet is that it has a midsection which can rotate and that kind of shows you kind of diagrammatically what we’re kind of saying here is that once that midsection starts to rotate, you start to create a four dimensional torus. And we can generate we can generate and manipulate that torus by rotating the outer shell if you had the outer numbers and and mixing up a code, and then we can tell the other guy calls a draw, we can mix those around say hey, look, this is how we’re mixing it. And we could send a point of speed of light number three or something like that, just to let it know rotation function. And once he knows the rotation function you can match that rotation function and when the numbers will match, and we’ll get a transmission. But in between all of that there’s all those other options, which kind of if you’d like, you know, confused and flatten the line. And what we use those other options for is what we call will manifest the Infinity signature of the of the number actually what we’re going to do. So whatever number is born or transmitted, we’re going to transmit it through the devolution code code by pumping in the number and finding how it devolves from zero to that number.

And then we can take the initial initial numbers of that, yeah, we can store those numbers as values in in base 10. As we said before, do all of that sort of stuff. And once you can do that we can make different kinds of transmissions that will be more advanced and more secure, because icosahedral technologies pretty difficult to crack actually. And so, so yeah, what happens is you’re just gonna we’re just gonna rotate the signals, and then when they they’re gonna, they’re gonna know how each one is rotated, they’re gonna match the numbers up. And because all the numbers you’ve got six numbers here, you know, very difficult to unravel every time six numbers together, isn’t it? Yeah. But if you know the code, you can and times them very easily. So look, there it is. We’re just giving you a little bit of detail there about the broadcasting zero, a little bit about cosmic background radiation and how that stuff works. Which is why we can broadcast zero in the first place because of the nature of this radiation. We’re going to use it that isn’t a natural state, we’re not going to interfere with it. It’s just like a carrier. We’re just going to ride that wave at the speed of light and it happens 120 points and we can make compensations for that. But if we stick to the 125 What we find is we can do something else which is rather than adjust the calculation, which is quite interesting. You can kind of adjust the shape slightly and which is you know, we can get into more when we talk about how atoms affect the background radiation, and near the foam stuff that we’re talking about the quantum foam in the virtual particles and how they’re manifesting in the quantum world. Okay, so that’s it for this week, a little bit on background radiation and the transmission or through the zero function, which is a scientific constant well worth looking at. And if you want to know more about that sort of stuff, and yeah, really go and look into some of Maxwell’s stuff when he was discovering electricity and broadcasting and how it works. And so you can understand a little bit more about this new dimension of the electromagnetic waves that we’re involving ourselves. With. So fantastic, guys, thank you very much. And that’s all for Colin Powell this week into infinity comm check the website and if you want to know more, drop us a line. We’re always happy to hear, hear in the comments and all that sort of stuff. And we’ll try and respond to as many comments as we can. Thank you very much and have a great week.

 

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