Unfortunately, in quantum field theory there has been a tendency to regard the t-polarized or "scalar" photon—where the local rate of time is oscillated—as unobservable. Oscillation of the local rate of time produces powerful oscillations of local space-time curvatures, due to the extreme energy density of time. Individually, the t-polarized photon tends to be unobservable. However, a coherent sequential group of such t-polarized photons, each individually in the virtual state with respect to the external observer, may simply integrate in its interaction with mass over a short time period into observable change because of the coherent integration of virtual spacetime curvatures into a larger, observable spacetime curvature.
Rotations and Projections in 4-Space
Relativistically, any velocity
change in 4-space is a rotation. Any such rotation in the time-domain also
creates a tiny projection component into 3-space. Any such rotation in the 3-spatial domain also creates a tiny projection component into the time domain.
Solution to the Age-Old Philosophical Problem of Intent
solution to the problem of awareness; i.e., how the mind is aware of itself19 and of the responses of the body. Together the two form a closed loop coupling of the mind and body. The time delay in the loop together with memory recall for comparison, creates the sense of "persistence" of self in time. This also creates the sense of being a "separate, closed being" (i.e., of separate persistence in time—in the living entity). The sense of "separation of self from an external world" is created by comparing those body-to-mind sensory feedbacks which are not correlated to the mind's previous feed-forward intent.
Time As Energy and Why It Is Very Dense Energy
In addition to the three spatial polarizations of photons and EM waves, there is a very, very useful t-polarization along the time axis. In this polarization, the 3-spatial energy is not oscillating at all. Instead, the time or time-energy is oscillating.
Time can be taken to be energy compressed by at least c2, so it has at least the same energy density as mass.
In other words, one second is 9x1016 joules of time-energy (energy compressed into time). The t-polarized photon or EM wave is called the scalar photon or scalar EM wave, respectively.
Figure 7. In the 1960s, Lisitsyn
revealed Russian scientists had deciphered
the human brain code.
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