Universal Positioning System can use gravitational electromagnetic 3D volumetric recordings


Found this paper looking at neutron/quark/gluon star interiors and gravitational waves. But the idea that civilizations might be detected by their use of unique signatures embedded in their communication struck me as useful. “Earth’s sun” is not a sequence of text characters but a unique all possible frequencies large data signature of the mass region we call the sun. “3D FFT” hardly captures 1E-30 to 1E30 Hertz 2048 bit 3D videos of unique neutron stars.

 Filed as “Universal Positioning System can use gravitational electromagnetic 3D volumetric recordings”. To make it easier, just consider “gravitational” as everything “diffuse energetic multipole”

Why use text names, if your computers are able to store entire lifetimes and digital twins of things. The digital twin itself is the “name”. That “name” is a nearly perfect representation of the thing itself. Humans cannot remember that much detail, but computer systems ought.

Just to be clear, I have long considered that “black holes” are never singularities, rather simply more and more dense regions. Usually complex. Many of the quark stars (regions where the conditions for quark and gluon macroscopic regions are possible) are “black”. And the massive black hole regions might contain unconsolidated orbiting dense regions that collectively can trap photons but not gravitational waves.

I think the big bang was a quark gluon condensation nova inside a “big bang sized black hole region”. If you take the mass of our “universe”, a portion of the larger Universe, it is black from the outside or close to. Then it had gluon condensation events. Which is likely VERY common in dense regions still active. My personal view of the universe to make sense of what I find on the Internet. too narrow views on the Internet will leave you with huge gaps and misses.

Richard K Collins

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Director, The Internet Foundation Studying formation and optimized collaboration of global communities. Applying the Internet to solve global problems and build sustainable communities. Internet policies, standards and best practices.

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