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Berman, B. (2012). Time Modulation Communication. PHILICA.COM Observation number 74.

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Time Modulation Communication

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in astro.philica.com

Time modulation may be the preferred form of communication between advanced societies, because their information would be encoded as pieces of pure, non-mass, space-like energy that has been “pumped” into the near future within a particle accelerator.
Time-wise, we move alongside one another in the present and near present as mass objects having inertia, bound by the speed of light. We can poke our finger into the near future by “pumping up” a mass object with energy, as is done in a particle accelerator. As that mass returns to us in our present, it emits that added energy in the form of an alphabet of particles of “information”. Pumped up mass information temporarily becomes “space-like”, hence is available everywhere, any time, any place. The tunneling process within the atom, the Bell effect, and a tunnel diode are examples.
Time modulation/demodulation would not require a system of correlating (synchronizing) between transmitter and receiver, instead a process like Single Side Band (SSB) in ham radio would be utilized. In SSB, a reference decoder carrier is not transmitted from a source, but is implied at the receiver by altering and mixing a local reference until intelligence is detected. In time transmission, a “reference key” would be provided at the transmitted end to assist in correlation.
This concept can be verified by doing synchronous particle detection studies in particle accelerators that are in different parts of the world. The alphabet of information communicated between two particle machines would be in the form of the combinations of particles resulting from a collision. Modulation would be in the form of specific combinations of pumped energies, demodulation in the form of the alphabet of resulting particles elsewhere, correlation perhaps by atomic clock in the beginning.
This modulation is already detectable by the human brain because the brain is a holographic time wave diffraction grating that correlates “space-like” information.

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Ongoing studies of Time

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Originality = 25.00, importance = 100.00, overall quality = 75.00
This Observation was published on 16th March, 2012 at 15:21:56 and has been viewed 4562 times.

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Berman, B. (2012). Time Modulation Communication. PHILICA.COM Observation number 74.

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1 Peer review [reviewer #84172unconfirmed user] added 31st August, 2012 at 09:15:59

It is purely speculative. It is similar to radio signalling modulation which is applied to space and time. As per my research time is nothing but”electromagnetic field”. This work is not yet published.
Please see weather you can incorporate this concept in your observation and let us see the result.

Originality: 1, Importance: 4, Overall quality: 3

2 Author comment added 1st March, 2013 at 17:23:38

I have published a book dealing with the subject of time. It is called “Theory On The
Eternal Mind”, and is available on most ebook outlets. It is a condensation of my
thoughts covering a lifetime of research on time and the physics of consciousness.
It is available for free for a period of time using coupon: GZ97T. Do a search on the
title to find the coupon site, or go to smashwords.com. Hopefully this will not be seen
as an advertisement, as this subject matter has a very limited audience. Brad Berman.

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