The time machine is equipped with two types of computers. The main computer uses technology based on the 4th circuit. The rear three are entirely different. They had to be made to be able to withstand high radiation and gravitational forces. I don't think that the typical silicon chip could work in those conditions. The computers are a prototype quantum computers. I am not well acquainted with the science behind them.
The computers are custom made. I basically built the main computer using spare parts. They aren't much to look at and as I said, photos of the time machine will only be released once the machine is working and I am ready to leave. I am considering releasing photos of other technologies at an earlier date, once I get a cheap digital camera.
A 1.9% difference is more than you might think. A 1% difference in DNA could mean billions of differences in an organism (I can't confirm that, I'm not a geneticist, its just something I've heard before.) When it comes to worldlines, the same principle is true. The majority of differences may be unnoticeable, but at that point there are going to be plenty of things to stand out.
Giorgio, I didn't build the machine alone. Nor am I the inventor. I have given some minor evidence for my credibility and the photos will be released soon enough. Be patient.
Steven Gibb's time machine uses an entirely different principle than mine. His only allows for astral projection into the past. His machine is little more than an electromagnetic field generator that is set to certain frequencies so that it help facilitate astral projection into the past. It supposedly has a low success rate, even for Steven, and I have not seen any proof that it can actually cause true astral projection into the past. In contrast, my machine can actually physically transport matter through time.
I'm not God. I don't know how to avoid a dystopia in this worldline, or even if its still possible to avoid it. This is your world, you do something about it. You need to take your life into your own hands and your world into your hands and push your will against it. I can't see your path or your destiny, but if you die fulfilling your path or destiny or your dreams, then I don't think you will have regrets in the end. And though its been repeated by both prophet and lunatic, "fight the good fight."
Yes, of course. The government is already controlled by exterior forces and those forces have all their desires catered to them.
I don't know.
Previous research. I think that he previously worked for either a corporation or the government on similar technologies. That just makes the most sense to me.
Liberty, I am sorry, but I don't know much about astronomy. I know how to navigate by the stars and I know they are beautiful. Maybe you are referring to Venus?
I'm not sure what your other question is asking.
What do you mean by the "4th circuit"?
Wait... Quantum computers? I would love to see one of those! I don't know how that would work either, but I can only assume that it would use some sort of on chip neural network with (Compared to now) insane specs, other than that I have no clue of how the rest works.
I'm not sure about the number of changes a 1% divergence would cause on a creatures DNA, but it would cause a fair bit of variations. I figured that a 2% divergence would cause a "Paradise" to become a dystopia that our worldlines share. I'm guessing that a 5% divergence on a worldline can cause changes to the shape of the land there and other major changes in the timeline.
Your probably right about that one, the only way to get rid of it is to fight, but there is probably too many of THEM. The other way would be to change worldlines by using a time machine.
Would it be Lithium-ION? (There are many different variations of lithium batteries, another one I can think of right now is Lithium polymer)
That would mean your worldline is somewhat close to this one, probably less than 1%.
On this worldline he is.
That would make sense, out of curiosity, did the revolution ever get any unedited archives of the Internet? (Just curious, as I am trying make one at the moment)