2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea

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2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« on: October 13, 2019, 02:18:17 AM »
Wait guys......wait guys.....



Remember korrelan showed us the 64 metronomes that sync up? That was amazing. What happened? You had 64 sticks going back-n-forth at different times ON TOP a platform that can slightly move, like random brownwinian motion in an apple. The random sticks synced up and were no longer random motion! It was all the same direction!!!!!

What would happen if we put a sphere of water in space? The heat in it is really just each atom moving its own direction and the tension of the liquid holds them together (boiling water grows in volume and spits off blobs (that's motion!!! Not heat!!!)). Would the heat sync up and make the sphere move in one direction and not age anymore? It should according to the metronome observation.



Further, we can already do cryonics on single cells or small clumps, but larger mammals don't. This may be because we need to get you to frozen point after a ultra slow cooling process - a year or more to cool down to allow EQUILIBRIUM of the heat to settle and not be unevenly distributed more in bones etc.

Proof: No matter if each atom has x number of photons in it ex. 167 trillion or an amount with infinite quantinization ex. ~167 trillion, you should be able to take away heat and have the system simply age slower. You have the same atoms, just less speed. But what happens when an atom must bounce off a vessel wall and sticks now? System is not just slower, but different, oh no. Well, metal in your body is also getting harder now as you get colder, it's possible most atoms will stick at the same time. And not have water freeze first. Ok, what about shrinkage of the system's volume as it cools, it's not just slower... Well, you can compare a thermometer here also btw with red dye, it shouldn't rise the tube (unless that's OK), so, how?, hmm, the fluid shrinks as less random motions is in it........ need some tests.....

Let's think. If we can make photons in a system of atoms not random and equalize the motion to sync up, we may rid ageing. It just ages slower like time slowed down by freezing you ultra slowly over a ex. year (you may need to be anesthetized to not move). But could less photons cause the motion of the atoms to change unevenly or shrink so much that a blood cell can't pass a small vessel anymore? The random motion may actually cause the system to function different - no shrinkage and no sticking unevenly.



What about first heating yourself up? By the time you get back to normal randomness, you also have extra wave motion going on now. However we want to make the heat you do have into motion and/or remove heat. You could not remove any heat and let your body start moving by syncing, and/or you could remove heat veryyy slowly and hope that equalization is all you need to gain no damage.
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2019, 01:12:47 AM »
Wait.....The whole Earth would equalize all heat, shrink, and move 1 direction.....except the sun adds new heat all the time....so does the Earth core...

Another issue with the metronome syncing concept is how can it be so if 2 particles hit into each other and bounce back in opposite ways.....how do they SYNC?? Look > /\ = \/......not =....the 2 atoms would not end up going same way in a vacuum box.........hmm what if we had a million though......one goes up to right a tad and one hits it to go rightway now.....maybe but still need a reason that clearly states WHY..............
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2019, 02:39:00 PM »
Cryogenics only works if it doesn't kill you in the process?  Yes - that's what id think too!!
But whats the point anyway,  you don't get to experience anything, its not living forever anyway.
Id imagine if you managed to do it,  you wouldn't age 1 bit,  ur basicly like a rock, but revivable.
Fully terrifying process tho!!!  :o

If you want to talk more about it im here,  but I don't see it as removing the pain of death myself,
but I am doing the nano-bot thing instead, (I call it "animating powder" hehe  :2funny: )  however
dangerous it ALSO is, I bet there is heaps of applications, even tho it probably wont stop aging either.

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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2019, 03:43:48 PM »
The key underlying principle behind the metronome phenomena I posted is the stationary action principle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M05ixbSOY80

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_least_action

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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #4 on: October 14, 2019, 05:05:05 PM »
Wait....................if it is true to what I believed.............I should be able to run a computer simulation of metronomes..........

Further, I should be able to run a computer simulation of 1,000 atoms balls bounces their own random way (expanded balloon from heat) and get the balloon to shrink and move left or right only eventually because the balls bouncing should knock each other into sync
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #5 on: October 14, 2019, 05:12:26 PM »
also........why they go OUT of sync once beer cans are removed!?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aaxw4zbULMs

It was a lie this whole time...............................I bet the metronomes arn't even..they just cheating using electronics
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2019, 05:58:30 PM »
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #7 on: October 14, 2019, 06:19:56 PM »
Lockster- it is no lie its actually true it happens,  no tricks.

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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #8 on: October 15, 2019, 04:47:25 AM »
Yes, i know that, but, the idea is in physics here that nodes sync up....from randomness..........why doesn't hot air in a a box start moving the same direction hence making the box shrink from less heat and start moving ex. left. Or can it? Like a 100 bouncing balls in a sim in a box, start moving the same direction and push the box instead of being destructive heat making the box inflamed and explode/rip apart.
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #9 on: October 15, 2019, 05:03:53 AM »
That would make a heat laser. You still have the same amount of energy in the system, if all atoms were moving back and forth in a cube 4 sides would be at absolute zero and 2 would have all the energy concentrated on them. But this isn't a stable configuration, all molecular systems get as disorderly as possible due to the law of entropy. Only possible to get self stabilizing effects with larger systems.

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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #10 on: October 15, 2019, 09:54:10 AM »
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #11 on: October 15, 2019, 04:44:02 PM »
So photons in a box of mirrors all align and focus and shoot out as a beam as I expressed above?
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Re: 2019 October 12 - Cryonics idea
« Reply #13 on: Today at 01:04:29 AM »
But its artificially induced.......we're talking natural effects here.........a box of hot air only, no lasers or turbines lol. If the metronomes and brain synchronizes waves of straight motion to propagate forth/back/forth/back, random hot air molecules should as well align on their own in a closed system where the effect is stronger than surrounding heat (ex. a very large sphere containing 1,000 large balls the size of your thumbnail, instead of atoms.....in space in vacuum.). The result would be heat loss and motion gain, just like how the metronomes began to rock the cardboard platform.

If someone can simulate the metronomes in a physics engine, they can attempt this as well.
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