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  • You said something that has brought me headche for the hole last year, the question of "what time really is".
    I've questioned it myself lots of times,though so many hypotheses, but I couldn't reach the answer.
    Of course there is a lot of questions like.
    What is the mechanics of time?
    Is time energy or matter?
    If gravity is capable of "slow down time", then what time is composed of ?
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    Codename:Jack
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    Continuing...
    And so many other questions that I haven't found out anywhere, basically, we don't know nothing about time except the fact that gravity affects directly time, so I would like to know if you can teach me something of what you know about time itself in private? I would be more than glad to listen what you have to say about it.
    Thanks though.
    And another question I forgot to ask, do you know what Brazil will be in the next years? With this new presidential election, can you say what you know about it?
    Hello Einstein, I am interested to build a time machine, for that I am currently studying mechanical engineering, as you I am seeking the way of engineer lol, so I'd like to ask you, with our knowledge now a days are we able to build a time machine? And if so, what do you recommend for me to study to achieve this objective, if you want to ask me why I want to travel in time be free to ask :v.
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    Einstein
    I would recommend studying mechanics, physics, chemistry, and all of the mathematics courses. I don't believe you will be able to acquire knowledge on how to invent something. That is a skill that is best learned through trial and error. Personally I don't believe there is enough information on what time is, or how to manipulate it. Although there is some interesting info on the weak force that has peaked my interest
    Codename:Jack
    Codename:Jack
    Thanks for you comment, but if you don't mind I have more statements that I will do.
    Einstein, Have you done any more experiments with you HDR, and have you built any other devices? E.Fermi...
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    Einstein
    No updates with my HDR. I haven't done any experimentation in quite a while.
    E.Fermi.
    E.Fermi.
    I started working on another HDR about a year ago but, haven't finished it to many project so little time....E.Fermi
    Hey I'm new here. I want to write novels about time travel. Also I follow alot of your post. Before this I researched into radionics.
    DO you sell the HDR device? I'm from Asia
    Hello

    You mentioned that the HDR will not work outside of Europe. I live in Norway with 220V/50Hz.
    Would using it here damage the components? Can i convert it somehow?
    To use it in a vortex point, you would have to have some sort of portable power supply anyways. Perhaps there is a chargable power supply i can order from the us, that i can charge in Norway?
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    FallNWolf
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    I guess in order to get it to work, he used a simple220 -> 110 converter. But he still used 50 Hz, and i heard that could cause stress to the components.
    Einstein
    Einstein
    You can check once you hook it up to the correct power supply. The electromagnet will pickup small steel or iron objects. If the diodes are damaged, the electromagnet will not pickup up anything.

    You can get replacement diodes if needed. They aren't that hard to replace. Just need to use a soldering gun and some solder.
    Einstein
    Einstein
    The US 12v to 110v converters will operate at the proper 60Hz frequency.
    Hey, do you know how to use space time modulator for astral or out of the body time travel? i dont want physical timemtravel. thanks!
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    I do know that knowing how to astral travel first would be a requirement before using the STM. I don't have an STM though.
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    uchoa92
    stm?
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