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Evidence of Holographic Universe

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In Finland, this morning, a discrepancy was detected with GPS time.

The deviation was small – only 13.7 microseconds.

But it is going to be the first of many deviations detected.

Here’s the original document (in Finnish): https://blogs.aalto.fi/metsahovi/gps-kellonajan-outo-hyppays-huomattiin-metsahovissa/#.VqfM_FLy_cw

Here’s a translated version using Google Translate: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fi&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fblogs.aalto.fi%2Fmetsahovi%2Fgps-kellonajan-outo-hyppays-huomattiin-metsahovissa%2F%23.VqfM_FLy_cw&edit-text=&act=url

And here’s a recap on one of my news feeds: http://it.slashdot.org/story/16/01/26/1735223/discrepancy-detected-in-gps-time?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed

Now here’s the problem:

Engineers and Scientists have constructed a model of time based on it being a fluidic thing.

Time has traditionally been thought of as being a wave like function, analogizing the flow of time to the flow of a river or stream.

The concept had been simplistic: Sometimes time flowed faster and sometimes it flowed slower.

Einstein’s relativity helped predict that flow.

Accordingly, Computer Scientists have calculated GPS time based on Einstein’s relativity adjustments – erroneously.

The problem, in a nutshell, is that time is discrete, and the error detected with the GPS system is a glitch outlining the discrete nature of time.

Time is best thought of as a sequence of events happening in a predictable fashion and documented from an observer’s perspective.

In its most simplistic fashion, it is the diurnal cycle and the notation of those days through a system called a calendar.

At the atomic level, it’s the precise number of vibrations of a cesium atom which happens at a predictable rate which are then used to create the definition of a second.

For a photon, it’s the constant and highly predictable duration it takes a single photon to cover roughly 186,000 miles.

Time, you see, is a discrete passage of events, but has consistently been calculated as though it were a fluid and changing thing.

GPS Programmers actually INTRODUCED error through their calculations based on a very simple misinterpretation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity by regarding time as an analog function of nature rather than a discrete function of events.

It’s my theory that we are seeing our first direct evidence of a holographic universe.

And that these Finnish researchers are picking up transmissions of GPS signals from alternate realities.

And the map issues Apple and Google have been plagued with are yet another example of these issues.

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