Ch 3 - Prologue
Notes from 2014 CAP Congress / Congrès de l'ACP 2014
15-20 June 2014, Laurentian University / Université Laurentienne
Presentation By: CENDRIC, Matthew (University of Waterloo)
Observation of Spin Resonance Fields Occurring in Relativistic Velocity Particle Entanglement and Non-Causal Replication
Initial attempts at non-causal spin replication were performed using entangled pair photons streams, passing one stream through a super-cooled sodium cloud. The experiment produced minor and temporary variances in the resulting voltage output of the photon receptor. Similar effects were observed by accelerating an entangled pair electron stream to relativistic velocities in the TAPA particle accelerator. The most important result of the electron experiment being the production of a quantifiable variation in electron stream energy level.
The magnitude of the energy fluctuations in the electron stream can be described by the equation:
With a period of
More interesting however is that when the electrons were passed through a polarization filter to control for spin, regardless of orientation, the relativistic or "delayed" entangled electron stream produced a net-negative energy integral described by:
While the comparable non-relativistic electron stream showed the mirror net-positive energy integral described by:
Increasing the power level of the particle accelerator and therefore increasing the relativistic particle velocity, we observed that the polarized power fluctuations, although equal and oppositely mirrored, were offset with respect the local frame of reference. This temporal offset was equal to the duration of the time dilation effect. In essence, the power fluctuations observed in the non-relativistic stream at time t0 were echoed by the relativistic stream at time t0+∆t.
Using the principles of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy, applying pulses of microwave frequency energy to the electron stream within a magnetic field allowed us to produce an EPR spectra graph by measuring the Hahn echo of the electron particles. Similarly we were able to observe the same echo emitted by the entangled relativistic electron stream at time t0+∆t. Increasing the irradiation frequency > 285GHz and magnetic field strength of > 10.2 T it became possible to produce extremely high-resolution spectra simply by measuring the resonance echo from the electrons.
The final question thus left to us was, would it work in reverse? Would it be possible to observe the resonance echo from the non-relativistic electron stream prior to applying the EPR measurement to its entangled partner?
This line of questioning led to an interesting conundrum. If it were possible to observe a non-causal resonance, could we induce a paradox by observing a resonance without inducing it? A simple binary, the essence of all digital information, being able to observe a result prior to the cause initiating it.
Testing the possibility of non-causal replication involves observing the EPR Hahn Echo at a moment in time prior to the EPR measurement being initiated on the entangled stream. Initial tests were conducted with too low of a particle accelerator beam power level, resulting in a time dilation ∆t value that was shorter than Hahn Echo T2 time producing an inconclusive result.
Subsequent experiments increasing the particle accelerator beam power level was able to produce sufficient ∆t to overcome the T2 duration, and conclusively detect the EPR resonance from the entangled electron stream prior to the initiation of the EPR scanner thereby achieving non-causal replication of magnetic resonance from the electron stream.
The tests conducted up until this point were attempting to produce that non-causal replication, without attempting to produce an observable paradox effect. Due to limitations with the current configuration of the particle accelerator, there is insufficient beam power to produce a ∆t large enough to make a causal determination to initiate the scanner or not after observing the existence or non-existence of a magnetic resonance. As a result of this limitation, to date we have been unable to intentionally force a paradox condition into being.
Efforts to use a randomization algorithm to non-deterministically generate the decision to initiate the EPR scanner were inconclusive. There was an observed 100% correlation between observer and generator, and every randomized experiment showed that a magnetic resonance was present when the EPR scanner was initiated, and no resonance was detected when it was not. This result strengthens the argument for a non-causal relationship, but the potential existence of a paradox remains elusive.
Currently TAPA has been powered down and is undergoing upgrades to increase its beam strength from 5.95 TeV to 9.8 TeV at which point testing is scheduled to resume in July 2015. To date the reason for our inability to induce a paradox is still unknown. Speculating on the problem leads us to two possible paths.
Either a paradox is impossible to create, regardless of the time dilation value the output from a system can not be obtained sufficiently far in advance to alter the input.
Or, the second possibility is that a paradox cannot be perceived by an observer that exists outside of the loop. That would imply that a paradox produces a closed time loop, and we may only be capable of perceiving the final effect of the loop once it has terminated in a manner that resolves the paradox.
Future experiments will be conducted with an aim to answer this question.
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UN voices grief, pledges assistance after nuclear explosion strikes Canada
25 September 2015 - Secretary-General Won Soon-hee expressed grief and sorrow today and offered the full support of the United Nations after a massive nuclear explosion occurred in Canada, killing untold tens of thousands in the most densely populated part of the country.
"For the past seventy years, man has not been the author of death and destruction on the scale that has happened this week in Canada." Mrs. Won told reporters at UN Headquarters in New York this morning. "The world is stunned at the images we have been seeing over the past 24 hours, of a horror that we all wished to never again witness."
"I want to express my deepest sympathy and condolences to the Canadian people, and most especially to those who have lost family and friends. I grieve with you for your loss, and for the children who must now face a world transformed as I once did."
Mrs. Won said the UN would do all it could to provide humanitarian assistance as soon as possible. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that its officials have already been dispatched to help with relief efforts. The UN has also alerted the International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARAG), a network of countries and organizations dedicated to urban search and rescue and operation field coordination.
"Canada has long been at the forefront of international aid efforts, a generous benefactor to other countries in the wake of disaster and major crisis. Now it is time for the international community to stand with you in your time of need. I sincerely hope that the Canadian people and Government will be able to overcome this difficult time as soon as possible."