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Berman, B. (2017). Quantum Pixels. PHILICA.COM Observation number 199.

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Quantum Pixels

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in astro.philica.com

Imagine all of invisible spacetime to be comprised of an infinity of quantum pixels, each with its own “gps address” expressed as a unique voltage. These pixels would most likely self-organize upon “valence band” sheets of similar voltage, like the bands that comprise the electron shells within atoms. Quantum sheets would represent actual “time-place” event surfaces somewhere within the universe and, because quantum sheets are encoded as voltages, all sheets would simultaneously exist in all of spacetime and be simultaneously available throughout the entire universe.

In order to display what lies upon a quantum sheet, one would adjust a detector to scan a unique voltage lying somewhere out at the 15th decimal place, for example, 1.423175789532847 volts, then display the scanned pixels of this sheet upon an HDTV monitor to see what image appears.
To move around within (animate, or play back) a spacetime sheet, all one would need do is modulate the sensitivity of the receiver in integer increments of the Planck charge in order to detect what differences lie upon a sheet’s voltage plane, then display the dynamic information that surrounds that sheet’s center valence voltage. In order to select a different “channel”, one only needs to select a different base voltage, sort of like what is taking place in the operation of a particle accelerator.

The brain does this entire decode and display process chemically, utilizing its synapses to assemble thought sequences, but to do this with technology will require a massive research project sometime out in the future, but to be able to passively detect the content of quantum temporal surfaces would be a monumental breakthrough in Parallel Radio technology.

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