Sunday, February 7, 2010

I am a time traveler.
















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( A author out there stole part of my saying. I know who you are. Stop copying from me. You have been warned.)

Where do I begin with this topic. It is a topic that I have been working on for a long time. I have had attempts from two people that work for the government or that are or were government contractors that have been trying to silence me on this matter. Im not sure if it is part of a larger cover up or just two dudes with high profile positions that has a beef with me. Most people may know them. They go by the online names as Darby and Rainman_Time. Yes they have been trying to make me be quite with what I know about time travel with my method. Even threaten me with government intervention (they said they would call the FBI on me.) if I continued to talk. What I find funny about those two guys is they are moderators of forums and they troll there own forums. How messed up is that? Mostly that is why I am here. I dont wont to be silenced on this matter any longer. Im tired of those two dogs chasing me and hounding me to be silent. I think the public has a right to know.

There is more to us than our universe. Besides our universe there is another universe called the computational world. In that world is all the information that is possible to exist in our own universe. The computational world is so vastly larger than our own universe that there is no way to put a size on it that anyone can understand. In the computational world is our own past, our own future, and all the realities in between. This is why I call this time travel. I am a time traveler who travels in time by exploring the computational world with one or more computers.

I found a way a long time ago to time travel using cryptology to decode computer media files off a binary counter that originally was produced in the past or will be produced in the future. It started one night when I was programming with qbasic. I wrote a program to run a text counter.  I had the output of the text counter written to my hard drive as individual emails. I never looked at any of them though. The next day I sent myself a email with a few words. Then I ran the program that I wrote which searched for the email that I sent to myself a day later in the outputs of the emails I saved to my hard drive the previous day.

I found that email that I wrote the next day! My program had found the email off my text counter I was going to send before I actually sent the email to myself. It occurred to me that by using the right cryptology algorithms I can decode information from the future or the past without ever connecting to any other computers. I could decode other peoples emails with out ever connecting to their computer system if I new just a little bit about them. Also it occurred to me someones email could be decrypted and kept on file for later reference without ever using that persons account or computer. I wondered if I could do that with video, and audio. Decrypting it off a binary counter instead of recording it or copying it from another computer. I could look at it long before it was ever recorded if that was possible. What about finding news paper headlines of the future or future news broadcast off the tv before it is recorded and broadcast-ed. It seemed like a fun project to try.

Well I got excited about this and later got online to a few forums to post what I knew where I encountered the two thugs who have since being trying to get me to be silent on the subject.

Over the last couple of years I have switched to c++ and have been developing my new method of time travel to include binary counters, algorithms, hash functions, data mining, using threads and sockets so I could spread this out as a super computer program. You name it. So far I am the only person that I know of that time travels this way. My computer programs went from windows to linux. Linux just runs this stuff better. I write my programs into header files that is compiled into one program with a make file. My programs are console programs I dont write GUI's for them. Someone once asked if time travelers are real how come we have not met one. Well now every one has. Im here. I am a time traveler. I time travel with my computer using cryptography.

I started making more break thrus with time travel with cryptology when I came across a program called Rsync. Rsync transmits data between computers with a poor internet connection by sending a list of weak check sums and strong check sums to the other computer over a weak internet connection. The computer on the other side uses a series of rolling weak check sums counters to construct the file. When all the weak check sums equal all the strong check sums in the file list then the file is reconstructed. I took out the strong check sums and put in data mining technology to decide when a time travel file has been found. This way data can be sent thru time or space with NO INTERNET CONNECTION AT ALL. You simply have to know what your looking for off the binary counters. The methods for sending data across space time are endless with these methods. The time travel applications are endless. This everyone is basically how one can time travel with a computer to find video, audio, text, or special files from the future or the past. Even from alternate realities. It can be used to find technology decades down the road. It gives a whole new meaning to file sharing. Music lovers can send music to themselves in the past or future with out being spied upon and sued. The same with movies. Like I said. The applications for this are endless.

Using a upgraded version of Rsync or a completely customized program here is basically how one could send files through space-time.

Here are the basics.
Both (a) in the past and (b) in the future know the files to each other through space and time
will be between weak check sums ranges (C) and (D).
So (b) in the future wants to send (a) in the past a file. (b) creates a file then deletes it.
(a) uses a hash function to create all the files between check sum
ranges (C) and (D) then (a) uses a data mining algorithm and maybe
some verification methods to find the message (b) in the future sent to (a) in the past through space and time.

Here is how a program would construct computer media of the future, past, or alternate time lines. A program would run a binary counter to write  time travel computer media files to the hard drive or computer memory.  Then another program would run with a data verification method to search  for computer media from the past, future, or alternate realities created by the binary counter.

Using the above method it is possible for the user to create a paradox and observe the paradox from different temporal reference points. A paradox is where Point A occurred in  past which lead to the event point B which lead to another event point C which was the event that caused point A in the past to occur because point A in the past read about point C in the future. But with time travel with information how the time travel paradox plays out can be studied in increment detail. Welcome to time travel.

On trying to keep me quite Rainman Time used his status as moderator to get into my forum account and change my settings. He changed the setting I had for not receiving private messages to true then he sent me a message saying the government was watching me and that I had better shut up. He said that if I didnt that he was going to turn me over to the government to shut me down. Darby used his status as moderator of a forum to shut down my thread when I attempted to talk about time travel with my computer programs to find media of the past, future, or alternate timelines . They would spread lies and disinformation about me when ever they could. When I tried to go to other forums where they were not moderators they would get accounts and troll me to try to get me to shut up about what I knew about time travel with binary counters, algorithms, hash functions, and data mining. Their dogging me, having me banned, and their threats did them no good. The main mechanism of my time travel program is the binary counter. I use special algorithms and hash functions to make the binary counter function then I use data mining and AI's to find my computer media of the past, future, or alternate realities. I could get incredibly complex here but I am trying to keep my post in terms most people can understand.

Now I will try to be a little more specific about what methods I use. The methods themselves have varied greatly. On email I use a program to check for a header. That is the email format. Then I use a spell checker for quickly finding misspelled words. If there are none or very few then I use a syntax checker. I have had to write my own programs for these because the standard programs out there I have found none suited to my work. The spell checker I just used the standard text file access programing and a dic. file. The syntax was a little harder. I had to get ebooks in text format and group words two by two (kind of like noha and the ark.) along with the usual punctuation.

On the counters themselves as everyone knows brute force takes a long time. So in one of my counters I used a standard binary counter that was trained with standard known computer media as a AI counter. So its digits when incremented do so according to a AI file that tells them what values to goto next when its their turn. Now for their turn part. Each digit in the binary counter gets assigned a random number. If the number is zero the digit does nothing for that turn. If the number is 1 then the digit increments according to its AI training file. Every digit in the counter is evaluated for if it should increment according to a AI training file, do nothing, or roll over to the minimum value. The counter does not have time to increment one digit at a time and check for and do the carries mathematically. That takes way too long even though it works real good for rolling over to every possible combination but it is too slow. So my counters use AI files along with random numbers to increment the counters from information to chaos then back into information. The AI file helps to shorting the amount of time it takes to get from chaos back into information. That is why my counters use special files and methods to find the data faster than a normal counter would. There are exceptions to this but for the larger picture that is not important. Now the problem I have found is that the random numbers need to be truly random or the counter wont go to every possible value eventually and can even repeat itself. A hardware device built to take samples from the real world environment and used to convert those samples to random numbers so far I have found is the best solution for this. There are schematics on the net how to build these. I use the avalanche noise off a circuit interfaced to the serial port of my computer in a random number server that sends numbers to my counters. It would not also hurt to use this method to create random number files that can be checked by another program to make sure the numbers are good. If not some more programs may be needed to help correct the files for randomness. Also more than one circuit can be used and the samples merged to help make the random numbers more random. That is if both circuits are working correctly of course.

I wrote a routine in my programming time travel library which generates a seed file by writing random binary bytes to a file of a specified length. Then it picks a weak check-sum from 0 to the max weak check sum value of the file. Then it goes thru and picks bytes at random to reduce in value or increase in value to bring the file up to the weak check sum value picked by the pseudo-random number generator. Last it randomly switches the bytes with each other. I like to think of it as a byte tossed salad. The file is then ready to use as a seed file by using the values of 0 and 1 as binary values of the file or by taking a hash function of a certain number of bytes at a time. It was the only way to take a pseudo-random number generator  and use it to make seed files for cryptology strength random numbers that I knew of. 

With Rsync as it was a helping point for me I dont use Rsync's hash functions or even their check sum counter. I use a weak check sum computed differently but I use ways to keep the counter at a specific check sum until I am ready to move onto another check sum. I use Rsync's basic principles of operation to a limited degree but not its code or its math.

My counters come in different flavors. check sum, weighted sum (for AI counter), and many other different variations of counters. I have some that just generate files by check sum then when it is done with that specific check sum it goes to the next check sum. It does this until it is done with a range of check sums. I always try my best to avoid using brute force to find time travel media when possible.

I have a program that rips audio, video, or other formats from files and writes them to a individual file without the data. Then later I use the file formats in my verify programs to check for a audio, video, or picture file. I can also get formats to check for other special file formats if needed. I wrote these programs too. I take two or more media files the same size but recorded under different conditions and ripped what is the same and left alone what was different. This has allowed me to get very good file formats for my verify programs. It works good.

The AI counter. I was asked how does one build a AI binary counter for cryptology. Well I take computer media from a known news source. I take two files from that media. Each source file is treated as a binary counter. One file is the source and one file is the target. On the source file one byte at a time in changed until it equals the target file byte in the same position. As this is done the weighted sum of the entire source file is logged. Not weak check sum but weighted check sum. I do this one byte at a time until the source file byte equals the target file byte. Then I get a new target file until the source file is rolled to every target file. Then I grab a new source file. The log file after all this is done is taken and used to create another file I call the index file. It is a high low weighted sum for every byte in a file. The weighted sum is for the entire file. So, when the counter is ready it will change each byte and each byte itself will be looked on as it effects the entire file per the files weighted sum. When a byte rolls over it goes from is max weighted sum effect on the entire file to is minimum weighted sum effect on the entire file. I call this a range binary AI counter. With a proper sample of media files from a real news source the counter can and does find time travel media of the past, future, or alternate realities.

I also have a counter where I do the same thing with the numerical differences between each byte in the file. Since the last byte in the file is always 0 I can take a valid statical pattern of differences generated off a counter and start with the last byte in the file to calculate the rest of the bytes. I have found some of my best time travel computer media this way. These were just some examples of binary counters I use but by far I have many more methods I have used and experimented with. Others methods would include such counters that construct a weak check sum and run the counter within that check sum as well as occasionally incrementing to other weak check sums but staying within a weak check-sum range. I also have methods that allow my counters to run very fast allowing it to cover the range of every possible combination of files by speeding the counter up to skip areas of non-interest and slow the counter down when it enters a area of interest for a time travel media file file. And finally I have my own methods of creating strong check-sums but even though they are strong I can use them to accurately represent and create a computer media file. Thus, allowing me more freedom to write counters that I can use to search for time travel computer media Again, I can't possible post everything about the counter subject. There is much more. I have many different counters for using cryptology to produce computer media of the past, future, or alternate time lines.


How I find news papers from the future, past, or alternate time lines. This was one of the first things I did with time traveling with cryptology after searching for email messages from the future. For a year I scanned my local news paper with a scanner into my computer as jpg pictures. I converted the pictures to images in pbm (bitmap), pgm (greyscale) or ppm (color) formats. I trained my binary counters with these pictures. Then as my binary counter ran I had a OCR (optical character recognition) convert the pictures to text in byte (8-bit) or UTF-8 formats. Then I used my spell checker and syntax checking program to find the real news papers. I usually cross reference my news papers with my news videos that I find off my binary counters to find a convergence of events that may happen in the future. I like getting up every morning and reading tomorrows news paper or next week news paper instead of today's news paper.

On videos I look for the file format on the counter. If I find it then the counter is passed off to another program which extracts the frames from the video. Then again another program comes along and gets the weak check sum per frame and compares the difference in that frame with the next frame till all the frames are looked at. The last step is to compare the differences within a file that is the root mean square of differences and their standard deviation to see if the video is a valid video. In this step the file was prepared ahead of time using one or more videos. It is a verify file like the file format for the video is a verify file. Last step is me personally viewing the video. I try to let my software do most of the work. After that I like to set back and view what I have. I often like to drink my favorite alcoholic beverage while watching my time travel media videos and laugh at Rainman and Darby.  

There are many ways to think of alternate time lines. They can be thought of as non-reality, alternate reality, or the computational world which mathematically holds all possible reality past, future, or alternate reality. Hollywood produces a lot of non-reality that holds similarities to our own. It is possible some of their far future shows may not be too far off target to are real future. But Hollywood has to record their shows where this blog is about mathematically finding media real or not without recording thru cryptology. In reality every second of our life we are faced with choices. The choices we make conclude what becomes are real reality and what becomes our alternate reality that we never see or participate in.

And I can never have enough counters and verify programs running for the work that I do. The more computers I have or can run on the better. I have been working on getting news from the future using news networks media to train my counters but I have run into a problem with giving out the news media I have found. Some news organizations dont want me publicly giving out media with their copy righted logos or use their people or even their voices. But, problem is as with everything else now days no one will believe a video or picture it always comes down to the viewer drawing their own conclusions or something like that. No matter how real the video or picture may be the viewer still has to draw their own conclusions. I do feel talking about what I do is a step forward.



For the physics of this everything in the known universe is energy representing information minus entropy of course. As energy is never destroyed only recycled so too is information never destroyed it is only recycled. It is only encrypted or you could say recycled. It takes energy to run a computer. A computer to a small degree controls energy and uses energy to decrypt information. If a time traveler could go thru a worm hole his information would be taken from one place in space-time and transported to another place in space-time. My computer programs are no different than real physical time travel. Information is transported from one place in space-time to another place in space-time

In my theory I stated that the obvious that energy is never destroyed it only changes from one form of energy to another form of energy. In doing so information is never destroyed. It only changes from one form of information to another form of information. Think of that information as getting encrypted. So, with that being said here is my addition to my post. So too reality is never destroyed. Reality as we know it only changes from one form of reality to another form of reality. That is how the binary counter is that I decode computer media from off the past, future, or alternate time lines. The binary counter expresses information like it is in real life. The binary counter changes numerically like space-time does. From one form to another form. As the counter runs the information on that counter expressing reality in a digital format only changes from one form to the other. Just like physics does with energy, information, and reality in real life. Right now there is no way to physically time travel but when we record space-time to a file and digitize that file the very act of running that file as a counter creates the effect of time traveling in digital format. With counters there is no part of space time that can not be viewed or listened to even read about as computer media. The binary counter itself is a time travel machine. That is why it is possible to use a binary counter and cryptology to decode computer media of the past, future, or alternate realities.

Using the methods I talked about I am always trying new methods and verification methods for embedding files within email messages to myself from the past or the future. I have used different methods like Rsync where I use a list of weak and strong check sums to very customized mathematical methods of my own for embedding and searching for messages to myself in space-time. 
Now lets say I am running my email program again talking to myself in the past, future, or alternate reality. I write emails to myself then delete them (Sending them) then run my programs to find the emails I sent to myself in the past, future, or alternate realities. Who is to say that if I read a email off my program from another reality that the reality I am seeing in that email was not of a past or future universe where that reality really did exist. The counter just expresses reality changing from one form of reality to another form of reality. Time is infinite. Even if space is not infinite as space changes over time so too the reality in that space changes over time. Who is to say that there is no real communication going on there. They can,t. And by some chance it is possible that the reality I read off a text counter might very well be a few days, weeks, months, or even years from now as expressed by the counter of ever changing realities as my own reality changes. The physics is there. Time travel with a binary counter is real and very possible.

Other theories compatible with my own.

The many worlds theory says that all possible realities exist in the universe but one time line cant interact with another time line. Well I don't believe that because my method of time travel allows for interaction with other time lines including my own. Here is the link for the many worlds theory that my method of time travel follows.
Many worlds theory

And last but not the least:

One area that I did not get into yet but have thought a lot about is using statistics and probability with current known events, people, places, and things with the computer media found off my time travel programs to get into time forecasting and exploration. Using the time-machine effect of the binary counters with probability and statistics to make reliable forecast about the future and past. Or explore new technologies. Even for exploring the known and unknown universe itself.