Friday, May 08, 2009

Police Car U Turns On Rise

I've noticed many more incidences of police cars making high speed U-turns on the streets of my city - Springfield, Illinois (and surrounding communities).

Sure for years I've seen police cars making U-Turns right before, or after, they put on their emergency lights, and race away to some emergency, but I'm not talking about those kinds of U-turns.

I'm talking about a cop car coming right up behind your car (or my car) while they are probably running your (or my) plates, and determining how fast you (or me) are driving.

They find that your (or my) plates are clean (no wants or warrants), and that you are not speeding (too much), and decide that no stop or ticket is worth their trouble.

They then make a rapid U-turn, and head in the opposite direction down the opposite lane.

I've had cops do that to me at least three times in the last year, and I've seen cop cars do that with other cars at least as many times as they've done it to me.

This maneuver for city streets involves risk to the police officer, as well as to drivers in other nearby cars. It's risky enough to be illegal for regular drivers.

In fact, without an actual emergency to justify such driving, I'd bet the police officer is breaking the law.

But after years of watching police cars, without their emergency lights on, running red lights, speed like crazy, not signaling their lane changes or turns, etc., I guess I can accept the rather Hollywood type U-turn maneuver on what was once our calm city streets.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Quantum Entanglement And Trans Time Communication

A: So in other words time wouldn't exist unless there is some sort of cosmic speed limit?
B: It depends upon how you define time.
A: Why do you say that?
B: Time is the vibration of space - which defines space topography.
A: And?
B: If there's no barrier to transmission of energy across that topography then chaos exist.
A: And a singularity from that chaotic state would exist?
B: And what of time?
A: It wouldn't exist.
B: Are you suggesting that this was the state of the 'universe' prior to the big bang?
A: No, because if there was a perfect singularity it would never have ended.
B: Then a fundamental rule of the universe would be that there are no perfect singularities.
A: And that is what allows the universe, this universe, to exist as we know it.
B: Including time.
A: Yes, in fact, we are in fact talking about time.
B: Cool.
A: So Einstein was correct about the speed of light?
B: Yes, and no.
A: Yes, and no?
B: In a very fundamental way there needs to be a speed limit, but only for some of the universe.
A: What?
B: Not all of what exist depends upon an ordered state based upon the speed of light.
A: Only enough of what is needed to exist within that limit is required.
B: And the rest?
A: The rest can exist in a faster than light state.
B: A tachyonic, versus tardyonic state?
A: Correct.
B: Can these two state interact?
A: Without that interaction the big bang would never have come to be.
B: This is how the singularity ceased being a singularity?
A: This is why there is no such thing as a singularity.
B: A randomness to the distribution of transmission of the energy states?
A: Causing space itself to exist.
B: And time as well.
A: Exactly.
B: And this depends upon some portion of the energy state traveling faster than light.
A: That's a good argument.
B: And what about now?
A: Well 'now' doesn't exist separately from this portion of the 'universe'.
B: So we assume continual interaction between supraluminal and luminal energy states?
A: Yes.
B: And what about entanglement?
A: Are these states entangled?
B: Yes.
A: So what we refer to as the past, and the future, are connected?
B: Oh yes.

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