- May 8, 2018
Honey, please. If I was gonna hoax I'd do something much more elaborate.
A divergence meter properly distinguishes/labels timelines so that one may tell them apart, along with how much one timeline diverges from another. AKA similar number = similar timeline. The anime steins;gate demonstrates the concept perfectly if you're interested.It has come to my attention that the term "Divergence Meter" may have a completely different meaning than what those of us here on the forum expect it to be.
So, what is a Divergence Meter?
The first link is correct (albeit talking about the anime and less about divergence meters). The latter two are toys and are no interest to me.
Indeed. It does seem like more research is needed. CERN doesn't really study this stuff though.As for me , Im not sure youre gonna be able to accomplish the feat you seek without the help of people who work at CERN or something like that.
That's unrelated. I'm not talking about spacial dimensions like M theory is. I'm talking about different probabilistic outcomes that result from quantum mechanics. Yeah it's a challenging problem, and that's why I'm seeking help.If M theory is correct how do we measure the differences between the realities? If we are floating through the membranes sometimes existing in one then another sharing our reality with the infinite realities around us can we even ever get a baseline read of measurement to compare other timelines too? .... IDK. maybe...but I know Im not the one thats gonna be able to figure it out.
Just like a time machine, right? Or are you trying to say such a thing is impossible?The Divergence Meter is a fictional device.
I must have missed it, sorry.Hmm another point you missed. In my last post I suggested yet another variable to compensate for the RNG but it seems it went over the top of your head
k.I do understand computer science. I have been working with computers for about 9 years now. I understand how to copy a larger hard drive to a smaller ssd and have the data work perfectly.
The problem is that the sensor should only be used a single time, to generate the number. And that's assuming it's picking up something different in each timeline.I understand the fact that RNG's aren't perfect, which is the exact reason I've suggested using so many workarounds to the issues namely in the form of external sensors and any other useful variables that I can think of.
They... don't rely on the time. They rely on a particular seed, which we usually use the time for.Besides, how do you intend to pick useful numbers? You're actually far more likely to pick the same numbers out of your head because they're, well, you... That's exactly why I suggested the RNG and went in knowing that they aren't perfect due to relying on the time.
Yet again demonstrating your failure to understand RNGs. You choose the seed. And yes, some software chooses the seed based on active processes, tasks, etc. The problem with that is coming up with the same number each time you run the code. Otherwise it's just generating a number that you then write down. Which I suppose could work, but then we could just use other factors that are less likely to be deterministic.Anyway remember how I suggested the sample size you need is at least a million? You should know that calculation will take a bit of time, longer it takes, greater chance of variations from background tasks on your system, variation = greater seed variation.
What? Why would that have any impact? Pretty much most computers these days can run all sorts of things just fine. Some simple computer diagnostics isn't going to slow anything to a halt unless you're working on a several decade old computer.If you understand computer science as well as you say you'd understand that feeding all these variables into the program will take longer on slower parts than faster ones, which would affect what the output of the RNG would be.
"Astral" isn't really the right word. Given that there's nothing "astral" about it (astral just being nonsense new age woo). Also: "flow selector" is quite literally a term that refers to a valve that determines which way a flow of something will go. It's used for liquids and pipes normally. Hence qualia flow selector. A selector of qualia flows. If you've got a better name I'm all ears. Unfortunately it seems that no one else is talking about this stuff.Also the Quaila flow selector appears to be some kind of medical valve, not sure what it has to do with Astral time travel? (Thats the actual term your looking for Apri1 lol.)