MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
In the mid-16th century, Copernicus argued that the Earth is not the center of the universe. Several decades later, Galileo’s telescope showed him stars beyond measure: a glimpse of the vastness of the cosmos.
So at the end of the 16th century, the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno speculated that the universe might be infinite, populated by an infinite number of inhabited worlds.
The idea of a universe containing many solar systems became commonplace in the 18th Century.
By the early 20th Century, the Irish physicist Edmund Fournier d’Albe was even suggesting that there might be an infinite regression of “nested” universes at different scales, ever larger and ever smaller. In this view, an individual atom might be like a real, inhabited solar system.
Many scientists in the past have rejected the notion of a “Russian doll” multiverse, but they have postulated several other ways in which multiverses might exist.
We do not actually know if the universe is infinite, but we cannot rule it out. If it is, then it must be divided into a patchwork of regions that cannot see one another.
This is simply because the regions are too far apart for light to have crossed the distance. Our Universe is only 13.8 billion years old, so any regions further than 13.8 billion light years apart are utterly cut off.
To all intents and purposes, these regions are separate universes. But they will not stay that way: eventually light will cross the divide and the universes will merge.
If our universe really does contain an infinite number of “island universes” like ours, with matter and stars and planets, there must be worlds identical to Earth somewhere out there.
In the case of everything extraterrestrial, we are told by the technocrats that sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and there is a logical explanation for everything, meaning we shouldn’t immediately jump to some alien hypothesis because we are unaware of things which can naturally explain why these strange things exist.
When analyzed and ripped apart, the supernatural becomes natural and the intrigue wears thin. This is why I believe the report about The Pentagon UFO study has people scurrying to find an explanation that fits their normalcy bias. Well the truth is, we have just had our minds opened to a larger world and now the conversation about the “what ifs are being changed to what now’s?
While the Air Force gave us a clue about what they were perusing with regard to UFOs, NASA has always hinted at where their investigations take them which is into the void and on to the surfaces of Mars, Europa and other rogue asteroids.
There are also the reports of repeating Fast Radio Bursts and the use of Artificial Intelligence to pinpoint and reveal planets that are doppelgangers of Earth. This raises the question about multiverse duplicity and whether or not the extraterrestrial intelligence we are looking for resides in the multiverse and that what we are seeing is mirroring effect where contact is happening with beings that are us but in another dimension in various forms of growth and expansion.
In at least some of these alternative universes, it has been suggested, we have doppelgängers living lives much like, perhaps almost identical to our own.
The idea of parallel universes, once consigned to science fiction, is now becoming respectable among scientists; at least, among physicists, who have a tendency to push ideas to the limits of what is conceivable.
In fact, there are almost too many other potential universes. Physicists have proposed several candidate forms of “multiverse”, each made possible by a different aspect of the laws of physics.
It may sound incredibly unlikely that atoms should come together by chance into an exact replica of Earth, or a replica that is exact except for the color of your hair or the color of shirts that you wear. But in a genuine infinity of worlds, even that strange place must exist. In fact, it must exist countless times.
The trouble is, virtually by definition we probably cannot ever visit these other universes to confirm that they exist. So the question is, can we devise other ways to test for the existence of entire universes that we cannot see or touch?
Humanity is now facing the dawn of a new technological era involving quantum mechanics in almost all aspects of social life, from computation to communication. It might be natural to ask if we shouldn’t consider the search for quantum messages from extraterrestrial intelligence. Or even ultra-terrestrial counterparts.
Last year, China has launched the first quantum communication satellite bringing the humanity on the verge of a huge jump in communication technology. Considering light as the carrier of the quantum information, the Chinese satellite is primarily designed to test the robustness of quantum entanglement, a bizarre property of quantum systems responsible for quantum computation and quantum communication. Furthermore, this first quantum satellite will probe not only high-security data encryption but also a new way of data transfer as quantum information encoded in properties of the light particles, photons.
The quantum communication revolution may prove importance in transferring data at far distances and so, in communicating with our peer intelligence life in the universe.
This is a mindblowing breakthrough and for some it would be terrifying to understand what science is going to be able to do with a thinking Artificial Intelligence.
Quantum Physicists are now saying that they give a 25 percent chance that within the next three to five years – science will have no choice but to admit that with thinking quantum computers, they can eliminate the borders between our dimension and the parallel universe.
As the computers become more advanced they can and will be able to form various Matrix constructs to house virtual worlds if a mirror Matrix or a new dimension can be opened it will be done with quantum computers. If the barrier of dimensions could be blown apart it will be done with quantum computers.
Quantum communication through light may be the answer to our long search for the extraterrestrial Intelligence signals.
As weird as may sound considering our actual technology of exploring the physical reality, quantum communication might be the primary way of information transfer in the universe.
Since quantum computation and quantum communication seem natural phenomenon occurring in the universe, it might look genuine to consider quantum communication with light as the proper way advanced civilization exchange information.
Just last week it was announced that scientists have discovered a consistent repetitive pattern of radio signals emanating from a galaxy 500 million light-years away. The signal seems to repeat itself every 16 days, which, among other possibilities, may suggest an intelligent source. Some say that these techno signatures may be from extraterrestrial intelligence.
We may even speculate that these bursts can be analyzed with quantum computers to understand the patterns.
We already have the technological capabilities to detect and measure quantum information encoded in light. Accordingly, many university laboratories and private companies around the world are testing quantum technology in all aspects of their applicability, from encoding quantum algorithms in photons, to transferring quantum bits at significant distances and to storing quantum information.
The technological equipment researchers are using now in labs may well serve to analyze the light captured by telescopes from outer space and measure the quantum information stored in every photon. Moreover, by pointing the telescope in the right direction in space, considering all the earth-like exoplanets lately discovered by NASA, our chances to detect quantum signals increase.
Initially, we may only detect and measure elementary quantum states exhibiting a certain extent of quantum entanglement or even maximally entangled, Bell states. This is a clear sign that we are not alone.
Although we may detect and decode fragments of quantum information stored in the astronomical light, we need some special tools to properly identify the encoded message.
Detection the quantum information encoded in light might be the premise to quantum communicating with ETI, but still it not resolves the problem of interpreting the content of the message. The required instrument that hypothetically may arrange the detected quantum states in the right sequence to decipher the quantum message is the quantum computer. Harnessing the computational tremendous power of quantum computers, quantum states of photons may be put together in the right order to form the intelligible output.
The efforts to create a functional quantum computer are now in the final stage of moving the final product out of the laboratory and implement it on the industrial level. In the not so distant future, quantum computation will be part of our daily routine.
Still, the fact that we will not be able to properly interpret the quantum messages from outer space intelligent life should not affect our quantum search for ETI. Even the SETI program, if will one day detects an extraterrestrial signal, most probably won’t be able to immediately decrypt its content.
Another key ingredient in the attempt to quantum communicate with other intelligent forms of life in the universe is a means to decrypt quantum messages. We should need a quantum key. The quantum key ensures the security of the communication and endows the receiver with the necessary tool to properly assess the content of the message. In the absence of the quantum key, we may not be able to properly decipher a hypothetical quantum message ETI may communicate.
Although the quantum key is missing, we should emphasize here a remarkable property of quantum entanglement. Thus, the measurement of the quantum state of one photon of an entangled pair instantly decays the state of the other.
Roughly speaking, when we will first detect and measure the quantum information encoded in photons by ETI, the sender of the message will intently be averted. Our first quantum measurement acts like an “alert button”, instantly alerting the sender ETI that another technological superior civilization in the universe is raising.
Geordie Rose the founder of D-wave computers has said that quantum computers will be able to exploit other worlds and this will open the doorway to push god through a wormhole.
“Imagine a world where all of the laws of physics as we know them are obeyed but different decisions were made along the way, different decisions at the level of tiny microscopic particles, different decisions all the way up to what you chose to eat for lunch, and whether you chose to come to this session or not. Quantum Mechanics makes a very specific prediction, that all of those are as real as the thing that you remember… But science has reached the point now where we can build machines that exploit those other worlds.”
The D-wave computer “looks like a giant monolith” and according to Rose, the machine has a heartbeat which keeps the computational power behind D-wave cool. In other words, this machine has a “heartbeat” making it one step closer to a true artificial intelligence humanoid.
The quantum computer plans to “grab the shadows” of other parallel universes and bring them into our reality. These machines can be used to bring the aliens from “parallel” universes into our world and to communicate with them.
The quantum computing field is actively deploying these machines to every facility that can afford them, such as openly available research centers. They are set to reshape the understanding of dimensions and parallel universes.
In May 2013, NASA, Google and a consortium of universities announced a partnership with D-Wave to investigate how D-Wave’s computers could be used in the creation of Artificial Intelligence.
Four years later we get the revelation of UFOs being investigated by the Pentagon. From there we got the proposal of Space force that not only wil explore space as a domain of interest but also cyberspace and quantuim computing.
Geordie Rose speaking at a TED talks had this to say about what a D-Wave computer can do:
“So I’m the president of the United States. I received this message from the heavens. So my microwave dish, my SETI dish, finally captures something, and what it says is, ‘In 50 years or 13 years, we’re coming to your planet. You got to be ready.’ Now just imagine what would happen if that happened — a super intelligent alien race beamed down a message to all of us earthlings, saying ‘We’re coming, July 13, 2030, and boy, you’d better be ready because the mother ship is landing right on the front lawn of the White House.’
He also indicated that aliens can break through the dimensional barrier with quantum computers and that some of the intelligences will need bodies. We can provide cybernetic bodies to host this alien intelligence, brought forth from advanced quantum computing.
It will be optimum alien intelligence pushed through the wormhole. Like Geordie Rose says “It will be like standing beside the throne of God.”
This brings us to the argument that you never know when your approximations, rules, or logical steps will suddenly cease to describe the Universe. You never know when your assumptions will suddenly become invalid.
If the laws of nature change over time, or behave differently under different conditions, or in different directions or locations, or aren’t applicable to the system you’re dealing with, your predictions will be wrong. And that’s why everything we do in science, no matter how well it gets tested, is always preliminary.
But the technocrats don’t like it when you talk that way — they want to tell you that all things scientific are settled and that nothing changes.
That is a myth.
Things happen every day that thrust us into various scientific quandary.
It appears there’s an expedient rush by scientists to find something or observe something that may be alien to our solar system or that may be lurking somewhere in a “bubble universe” that sometimes overlaps our reality.
If it is discovered or if it has been discovered already it is going to change everything that we have perceived over time. This is why it is some compelling and chilling territory to explore. Dimensional hopping, and planetary discoveries are arguably getting closer to the goal that no one really wants to admit to – that is the goal of finding who or what started it all.
What if I were to say to you that the next few years will confirm for us whether we’ll be able to continue to increase our understanding of our origins whatever they may be.
For the first time in the history of science, we could be facing questions that we cannot answer, we may be facing things that we don’t want to admit and we may meet beings or creatures that we may be surprised to find have core connection in a vast cosmic family tree.
Man has always wanted to find out how things work. Our curiosity and the questions are what fuel our enthusiasm to explore. From the simplest questions like, how do we build a fire, is the world going to end or is it as limitless as the universe. What is out in that universe? Will I find my creator there? Is God an omnipotent, unfathomable being or can I find him by detecting one of the smallest particles in the Universe?
We’ve answered many of these questions, but many are still open. We’ve come very, very far. But everything we know about our world including the Earth, our solar system, our galaxy, the universe, what they are made of and the rules they play by amount to only five percent of the whole story.
A total of 95 percent of the universe is still unknown. We think it is probably a mixture of what we call dark matter and a hypothesized dark energy.
The universe is still a matter of unfinished business.
Some physicists have long been searching for a “theory of everything”: a set of basic laws, or perhaps just a single equation, from which all the other principles of physics can be derived. But they have found there are more alternatives to choose from than there are fundamental particles in the known universe.
Many physicists who delve into these waters believe that an idea called “string theory” is the best candidate for a “final theory”. But the latest version offers a huge number of distinct solutions: 1 followed by 500 zeros. Each solution yields its own set of physical laws, and we have no obvious reason to prefer one over any other.
The inflationary multiverse relieves us of the need to choose at all. If parallel universes have been popping up in an inflating false vacuum for billions of years, each could have different physical laws, determined by one of these many solutions to string theory.
If that is true, it could help us explain a strange property of our own Universe.
The fundamental constants of the laws of physics seem bizarrely fine-tuned to the values needed for life to exist.
Again, the properties for optimum alien intelligence.
We know that the Universe seems fine-tuned to host us. This of course would give us the quantum properties to suspect the hand of God.
And if you don’t want God for an explanation, then you better explain the worlds without end scenario that we hear about from the bible.
If you can’t contemplate God, then how can you contemplate communication on a quantum level with a being that certainly resides in another universe?
A world without end—Amen.