My interpretation of a ghost

Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by HawkI, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

    Isn't memory associated with the brain? And, isn't the 4th spatial dimension merely a mathematical extension of our known 3 dimensions? How does space have a memory?

    If electrons don't have brains, how can they remember things? What emits the electrons after the physical object no longer exists?
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  3. HawkI Registered Senior Member

    My possible insight is that memory is a universal property, detached from the Brain, used by the Brain, same with Mathematics.

    The electrons use imaginary numbers as well as ordinary numbers in life, only the imaginary numbers remain after death.

    I don't want to talk about my 4th dimension investigation to much here, I need to look into it and it's not entirely related to the thread title.

    I've only thought up the 4th dimension insight two days ago and trying to wrap my head around it myself.
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  5. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

    Oh, interesting. What does your work on that involve, exactly? Do you spend all day doing mathematics, or in the library researching, or what?

    Interesting. Did your work lead you to that conclusion, or was it your initial hypothesis?

    What has turned up in your research so far that supports that conclusion?

    How far away from publication of your results are you, do you think?

    Does your research show that electrons have memory? That sounds like an earth-shattering result. Do you know if electrons are conscious?

    I can't wait to read your publications in the peer reviewed physics journals.
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  7. HawkI Registered Senior Member

    You mock me.
    I can actually prove that I almost beat the Mathematical community to learning that Prime Numbers are to do with Quantum Physics Eigen Values. In fact that's how this whole investigation started. I said to my self, "How do Prime Numbers remember which one comes next"; I had no idea what I was letting my self in for until two days ago, when I realised the significance ofmy findings and how it's connected to my later works.

    I looked up the connection to the Primes and after a long time discovered they were something called a 'Recurrence Relation'. If I had of looked that term up in the Oxford Math Dictionary I would have seen that Recurrence Relations are to do with Eigen Values.

    Oh, only the thumb nails seems to exist now.
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2020
  8. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

    That's because I think you're telling lies.

    Show me your proof.

    Explain how primes are a recurrence relation. Please post the relation.
  9. HawkI Registered Senior Member

    I'm an honest mad man.

    The dates of the uploads to Photobucket predate the first time Primes were revealed to be connected to Eigen values.

    Golly, I would have to look back into my mind from 3 years ago, I will look at the thumb nails and get back to you on that.

    The Photobucket website is temporarily unavailable

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  10. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member


    How are primes connected to eigenvalues?
    How are primes a recurrence relation? Please post the relevant relation.
  11. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

    There’s been increased interest in the relationship between the primes and quantum mechanics for a while. That much I do know.

    Riemann showed that the distribution of primes could be given explicitly if one knew the distribution of the nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta(s) function. According to the Hilbert-Polya conjecture, there exists a Hermitian operator of which the eigenvalues coincide with the real parts of the nontrivial zeros of zeta(s). This idea has encouraged physicists to examine the properties of such possible operators, and they have found interesting connections between the distribution of zeros and the distribution of energy eigenvalues of quantum systems.

    As you can probably tell, I haven’t a scoobie what any of this actually means, but it can be found here:

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    So there is presumably/perhaps some underlying link between primes, and what primes mean, and the way the underlying quantum systems work. Not too bizarre a thought, given that more obvious mathematical systems are found in nature, such as the fibonacci series, suggesting a similar mechanism in formation of some physical things to that mathematical series.
    Or something like that.
  12. HawkI Registered Senior Member

    Hey thanks Sarkus. I've been pouring over my old research with Primes. I filled about two A4 pads with notes and diagrams, but I have no idea what I was going on about. Luckily, my Photobucket stuff is a lot cleaner, I'll work backwards from there. I've been spending most of my brain power working on the new stuff.

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