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Gravity Wave Signals are being Analyzed to Detect Gravitational Memory Effect

An Ongoing Meta-analysis of Gravitational Wave Signals may soon Prove that Space Remembers: permanent memory imprints in spacetime may soon be detected, which will be a validation of Nassim Haramein and our research team’s prediction that space has the property of memory, in which we described how the informational imprint of memory in space is what holographically generates time—that is to say that 4D spacetime is a holographic projection of a 3D voxel information network—as well as ordering properties underlying dynamics of organized matter. The gravitational wave memory effect is a prediction of general relativity, and physicists have devised a test of this interesting spacememory effect via a meta-analysis of gravitational wave detector data. The presence of memory effects in gravitational wave signals not only provides the chance to test an important aspect of general relativity, but also represents a potentially non-negligible contribution to the waveform for...

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What Distinguishes Abiotic Matter from Living Matter?

There is a new research paper published (preprint only) by the Resonance Science Foundation Research Team. In this publication a key characteristic that distinguishes a living system from abiotic matter is discussed, and is identified as the primary criterion by which any arrangement of space-matter-energy can be unambiguously defined as alive. In addition to elucidating the nature of living systems, and what it means for an organization of matter and energy to be alive, the criterion serves as a methodology to unambiguously and positively identify a system as (1) alive, and (2) as conscious. In regards to the latter (2), the methodology outlined in the study is a significant advancement  over the Turing test, which does not distinguish a programmed automaton from a system with true stand-alone volition and consciousness, and hence is a substandard method to identify a system as conscious.
By: William Brown, scientist at the Resonance Science Foundation

What is life?...

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Galactic Filaments Trace out Spacememory Network Around Sagittarius A*

By: William Brown, scientist at the Resonance Science Foundation

Recent observations of thermal molecular filaments aligned radially and horizontally in the galactic plane and emanating from the central supermassive black hole— Sagittarius A*— reveal the underlying hydrodynamic ordering structure of the spacememory network and the relationship geometry of the spacememory architecture to the black hole magnetohydrodynamics at the Galactic Nucleus. 

Hundreds of strange filaments twist through the Galaxy’s center

The center of our galaxy is full of myriad radially ordered twisted filaments of hot plasma, which may have formed due to an extensive collimated outflow of energy from Sagittarius A* along the galactic plane. New work has revealed in exquisite detail many of the characteristics of this newly discovered population of Galactic Center Filaments, although many intriguing questions remain about their formation and ordered alignment.

Two populations of...

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Novel Material Found to Contain Electronically Accessible Continuous Memory

By: William Brown, Biophysicist at the Resonance Science Foundation

The information processes underlying physical systems— from organized matter to biological organisms— involves a self-organizing dynamic emerging from specific properties of the substantive medium of space. We have identified these properties as: intercommunicability, memory / hysteresis, iterative feedback-feedforward mechanisms, retrocausal influences, and nonlocal interactions, the gestalt of which we refer to as spacememory [1].

In our publication The Unified Spacememory Network, we identify and describe properties of space that endow it with memory, a property that is required for complexification of physical systems (evolution and development of the universe)— which is integrally related to the emergent property of time— and info-entropy dynamics that engender morphogenesis, intelligence, and sentient systems like human beings.  This property of space is due in part to...

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