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Positronic Variables

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Story of the positron and description of Positronic Variables implemented in Fantom

Story of the positron and description of Positronic Variables implemented in Fantom

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    • 1. Story of Positron Science is Amazing! http://www.positronicdance.com/gallery.html
    • 2. Full credit to Damian Conway, Thoughtstream “Temporally Quaquaversal Virtual Nanomachine Programming In Multiple Topologically Connected Quantum- Relativistic Parallel Timespaces...Made Easy!” OSCON, 2008 http://blip.tv/file/1145545
    • 3. Paul Dirac
    • 4. Paul Dirac Equation • First equation with Relativity and Quantum Mechanics (1928)
    • 5. Positron • The equation has 2 sets of solutions: • One for the electron: Everything’s good! • One for the existence of a particle with negative energy and negative momentum
    • 6. Positron • The equation has 2 sets of solutions: • One for the electron: Everything’s good! • One for the existence of a particle with negative energy and negative momentum
    • 7. Cloud Chamber Charles T. R. Wilson around 1911
    • 8. First picture • Carl David Anderson 4 years later (1932)
    • 9. Anti-Matter • Matter from light!
    • 10. Richard Feynman Coolest Beatnik Ever!
    • 11. Feynman Diagrams
    • 12. Penguin Diagrams
    • 13. Penguin Diagrams
    • 14. Penguin Diagrams
    • 15. Electron-Positron • Annihilation and re-creation
    • 16. Space and time • The Annihilation Diagram is equivalent to: “Electron emitting very strong radiation...” Time Space
    • 17. Space and time • The Annihilation Diagram is equivalent to: “Electron emitting very strong radiation...” Space Time
    • 18. Back in Time! e + = e- X -t
    • 19. What if?
    • 20. What if? Really?
    • 21. Positronic Variables or The Equivalence of the Copenhagen Interpretation and the Multiverse Theory http://www.positronicdance.com/gallery.html
    • 22. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time!
    • 23. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37
    • 24. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 temp *= 9
    • 25. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 temp *= 9 temp /= 5
    • 26. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 temp *= 9 temp /= 5 temp += 32
    • 27. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 temp *= 9 temp /= 5 temp += 32 print(“Got $temp F”)
    • 28. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 temp /= 5 temp += 32 print(“Got $temp F”)
    • 29. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 temp += 32 print(“Got $temp F”)
    • 30. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 temp += 32 print(“Got $temp F”)
    • 31. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 temp += 32 98.6 print(“Got $temp F”)
    • 32. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 temp += 32 98.6 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F
    • 33. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 temp += 32 98.6 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F Undefined
    • 34. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 temp += 32 98.6 32 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F Undefined
    • 35. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 temp /= 5 66.6 6.4 temp += 32 98.6 32 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F Undefined
    • 36. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 temp *= 9 333 57.6 temp /= 5 66.6 6.4 temp += 32 98.6 32 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F Undefined
    • 37. Positronic Variables • Software variable that goes back in time! Dec temp := 37 37 37 temp *= 9 333 57.6 temp /= 5 66.6 6.4 temp += 32 98.6 32 print(“Got $temp F”) 98.6F Undefined
    • 38. Positronic Variables { }
    • 39. Positronic Variables { }
    • 40. So?
    • 41. So? Yep!
    • 42. So? Yep! I implemented in Fantom :)
    • 43. Let’s do it!
    • 44. Search v pv 4 -1 4 4
    • 45. Modulo v pv -1 1 -1 1 -1
    • 46. Modulo? v pv -1 1 1 -1 -1 1 1 -1 -1
    • 47. Think about it Start: Software variables that are going back in time End: To stabilize the system we need Multi- State or Multi-Verse Proof: Equivalence and Necessity :) of Copenhagen Interpretation of QM And the Multiverse Theory

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