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Stored Purpose - Timespace Theory

Stored Purpose - a new approach to computing leveraging the current capability of information science

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Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "Stored Purpose - Timespace Theory", wJones Research, October 8, 2010
Existence requires a continuous processing of alignment between measured and Identity states. In a system of any complexity, the information flow needed to sustain it might be impossible due to constraints in our universe. To get around potential constraints, the speed of light in particular, the design was split into simpler problems. This is an old trick used by scientists and mathematicians. Break a problem into smaller parts and solve what you can today, hopefully learning enough in the process to solve the rest another day.

Figure - Timespace Theory<br />The speed of light “problem” was split up into two local geometries called timespaces.  The Construction timespace, where the existential Identity would be defined,  would only intersect with the Expression timespace at discrete points of context.  This would allow Construction to “do it’s thing” and not be constrained.

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The speed of light “problem” was split up into two local geometries called timespaces. The Construction timespace, where the existential Identity would be defined, would only intersect with the Expression timespace at discrete points of context. This would allow Construction to “do it’s thing” and not be constrained.
This slow physical part was defined as “in” the Expression timespace. The faster, constraint-free part was defined as “in” the Construction timespace. We defined Construction to be on the other side of the boundary, where it could be free of constraints. Thus it became possible to design a theoretical machine in Construction, able to process information even before it was requested. The idea of using two separate frames of time and space dimensions was invented by Jones as a student. Rather than use von Neumann’s probabilistic mechanics, or Everett’s many quantum universe theory, neither of which were suitable models for machine construction, he theorized that the time dimension in which existence is expressed might not be connected to the time dimension of the creator of existence. So rather than define the time dimension as simply scalar, as in Einstein’s spacetime, Jones made it fully defined, yet disjoint, at and beyond the boundary condition.

Although use of disjoint time geometries to “simplify” the math in a quantum mechanics class required for admission to nuclear power school, hadn’t been his best timed idea, it did make it possible, twenty years later to design a machine able to compute answers before they were needed. Unfortunately, it also created the small challenge of building computer parts in a constraint and “factory-free” dimension. But that could hold for another day.

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