THE ARROW OF TIME - ALWAYS FORWARD?
The Code suggests possible exceptions. Posted on 3/1/2018.
In my article entitled Tachyons, Micro-wormholes, and Signaling the Past we discovered a link between dark matter and wormholes. We also saw that A. E. Allahverdyan and V. G. Gurzadyan (Phys. Rev. E 93, 052125 – Published 13 May 2016) suggest that dark energy may cause the arrow of time to move forward. In this article we explore what is encoded with the term THE ARROW OF TIME which is the axis term. While my son and I are interested in studying how signals could have been sent to Moses back in time to the past against the arrow of time, the very word PAST flows into and continues at the same skip with THE ARROW OF TIME. The normal direction of the arrow of time is (FORWARD) encoded at the same skip, but opposite direction as THE ARROW OF TIME so FORWARD is backward.The word for REVERSE is at skip -2. We also looked for dark matter and dark energy at special case skips, but only found DARK on this matrix at the absolute skip of the axis term although ENERGY was found at skip +1 if I expanded the matrix down at left a bit. A short (3-letter) word for matter is on the matrix, but not near DARK. A word for UNIVERSE is at skip +1, and a word for BEGINNING crosses and shares a letter chet with THE ARROW OF TIME and HOLE (a word sought in conjunction with black hole). Words not at special case skips but which touch are ENERGY and STAR. The slide on Figure 1 is from The Origin of the Universe and the Arrow of Time.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURE 1 - Aesthetics vs. Statistics. . As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here the lowest skip of THE AXIS OF TIME in unwrapped or wrapped Torah (it's unwrapped - no second computer pass through the 304,805 letters of Torah is necessary). There are two ways to put PAST in sequence with THE AXIS OF TIME - before or after it. On the full 992-letter matrix the word PAST even if just restricted to the skip of the axis term is not very impressive. It had about one chance in 8 to be found this way, or about 1 chance in 11 on the 735-letter segment of the matrix with a white background. But to see it just before and in sequence with THE AXIS OF TIME is truly surprising. Odds against are about 1,337 to 1.
When I look at a matrix like this there is almost always a question of where to cut it. As a general rule I don't like to show matrices that are more than 1,000 letters in area. I kept ENERGY at skip +1 off the matrix because it required a substantial expansion of a few hundred letters beyond 1,000 letters to show it. So how do I decide where to cut the matrix? If the expansion results in a combined drop in statistical significance I don't do it. On this figure there were ten a priori terms on the full 992-letter matrix but seven of them were on the 735-letter segment with the white background. But of the seven terms, four (PAST, HOLE, ENERGY, and MATTER) were only three letters in length and two were not at special case skips (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). All of these short words, except for PAST had probabilities to be found somewhere between 84% and 98%.
It is interesting to note that when we leave the column of the axis term, the most significant term found was FORWARD, which is the most accurate description of the direction of the axis term as we understand it now. It had about a one chance in 31 to be on the full matrix, and only about 1 chance in 42 to be on the 735-letter matrix. It actually took just 418 letters to place it with THE AXIS OF TIME, and the odds against a match that good were about 73 to 1.
To show the word REVERSE we must look at the full matrix. It had about a 23% to be found there at a non-special case skip. But to just show it with THE AXIS OF TIME only requires 247 letters (13 rows by 19 columns), or 304 letters (16 rows by 19 columns) if we use PAST THE AXIS OF TIME with REVERSE. That reduces it's chance to be found to about 2.5% (against odds of about 40 to 1). If you're curious about the chance for REVERSE to be found in 304 letters, it's up to about 3.09% (against odds of about 32.8).
If we just look at statistics in accordance with my protocol (which not the only one used by Codes researches, there is also a Monte Carlo method), then the full 992-letter matrix (that was found against odds of about 548,980 to 1) is more significant than the smaller 735-leter matrix (which was found against odds of about 117,079 to 1). But what we are attempting to do here is something like either reading the Mind of God (Who does not think like us) or the mind of a human or alien who will send signals back in time.
I would like to see my 25-year old, genius son find a wife (he wants a blond, younger than he is by a few years; and I would like her to be either Jewish or willing to convert). David's problem is that as a result of our joint research he knows too much (including about what really happened at Roswell in 1947). He knows that the Torah Code matrices that I publish are extremely significant and not likely to be found by chance, but he also knows about a meeting that I had with a Government agent who followed me to the Cape Canaveral, Library and who seemed to have information about us about events that had not yet occurred then, on August 1, 2016, but which happened after that time. And he knows who monitors us and what they read. The information that he has makes it hard for him, at this time, to process data in any way but a mathematical one. In other words, he is a left-brain (logic) guy rather than a right brain (emotional, art-loving guy). A good looking 25-year old Jewish woman looked at a match web site that I set up for him last night. While he could not see past her age, I noticed that she was a musician and composer. That had no value to him, but what I want him to learn to appreciate is that Codes matrices are often like art. David was excited today about solving a nuclear problem using his artificial intelligence (AI) programming skills, but I want him to apply those skills to reading the Torah Code. To get it right David must not only improve upon my search techniques, which are limited by my Hebrew vocabulary, but he must program how to recognize the "beauty" that exists in many matrices. To be sure, after watching me find matrices for 20 years, he has a good idea of whether a matrix will be significant the moment he sees it. He just has to take the time to translate this into a program. I just hope that he will not repeat the mistakes described in Torah with the desire to build a Tower of Babel to see exactly what goes on in Heaven.
Back to beauty. Obviously, I want to know how to reverse the arrow of time, something that God may do at least temporarily to prove He is God at a Resurrection of the Dead. Anything short of that and people will just assume that there is a technological explanation for all miracles recorded in the Bible. This matrix offers PAST in sequence with axis term THE AXIS OF TIME, FORWARD at the same skip as the axis term, but backwards, REVERSE and BEGINNING crossing and sharing a letter chet with PAST THE AXIS OF TIME and with HOLE which may refer to a massive black hole that existed in the BEGINNING just before the Big Bang. We have DARK at the same skip as FORWARD and at the same absolute skip as the axis term. It had about a 9% chance to be at a special case skip on the matrix. It might allude to dark energy, which is believe to drive the arrow of time forward, but it might also refer to dark matter. We don't yet understand either although they compose about 95% of our universe. As for the BEGINNING, the laws of physics as they existed or just before then are totally unknown. Some of the material that makes up dark matter may have an arrow of time that moves back in time.
I would like my son to meet the young lady who writes music and to have him hear her music rather than just write it off. He has to slow down. He had a BS in space physics at 18, and his PhD in physics by 23. But he is missing the beauty of life. To really learn to read the Code we must learn to read the beauty of the Code as well as what the statistics suggest. We must use not only the left half of our brains, but all of them.