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    Default The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    Alterations in the timeline happen all of the time according to the Seth Material by Jane Roberts. The difference with what Seth speaks of and this Mandela effect people are now talking about are in how our consciousness deals with it.
    The Jane Robert's "Unknown Reality Volume One and Two" point to the past and future being fluid and alterable due to string theory, and yet string theory in a theoretical sense is never mentioned.
    Seth states that different realities that agree on enough certain tenants will align and join.
    Seth states it's like a river, a large river and this large river will have smaller tributaries flowing off from it making smaller rivers, these smaller rivers will have more tributaries coming off from it in the form of creeks. It is not uncommon for two creeks to meet and merge, or for two small rivers to meet and converge, and or any combination of what has been mentioned.
    From what Seth states, this happens ALL the time. And we are not usually aware of it, due to the change being too small, and or our memories having a consensus in terms of what will be remembered.


    What is different in terms of the Seth Material and this Mandela effect, is that it seems there is not a consensus decision being made in the collective unconscious. We are having memories of various realities among various groups of people, and this screams of some kind of technological tampering.


    Avalon has seen it's fair share of "timeline" threads and for the most part I've never bit. I've always felt that spirit would supersede science in this respect, and that what ever timeline alterations were occurring would have to be okayed on a spiritual level, and thus a consensus of the collective unconscious would take place and we would all agree on reality. But if we are now NOT all agreeing on reality, I'm a little troubled as to how far this could go, and have THEY figured out a way for technologically altering or combining realities thus superseding spiritual laws.


    Is this CERN? Project Pegasus? The Montauk Project? The Philadelphia Experiment? Tesla Technology?


    For an introduction to the Mandela Effect see the video below.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIjqZEAIkgE

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    Default Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    There is at least two ways of looking at this.

    Reality altered or memory altered.

    Maybe there is something outside these two things that is recognizing the difference?

    Can't trust reality, can't trust memory. What can you trust?

    Exactly.
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    Default Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    plenty of history of misuse of tech to alter memories perhaps they've gone global ?

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    Default Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    Here are some examples of the Mandela Effect.




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    Default Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    The Mandela Effect is like a glitch in the holodeck.

    If the holodeck functioned perfectly, forever, there wouldn't even be the thought that things were not quite right. Right?

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    Default Re: The Mandela Effect: What does it mean??

    Hmmmmmmm. Although I do believe in alternate timelines, probabilities, or something akin to that, I'm not so sure what is mentioned in the video (posted above) is proof of that. At least half of the stuff he mentions as having been changed from how he remembers it, ........ well, my memory is that it's always been the same way as it is now. For instance, I remember:

    Charles Shulz, not Charles Schultz
    Jif peanut butter, not Jiffy
    Cap'n Crunch, not Captain Crunch
    "If you build it he will come", not "they will come".
    Oscar Mayer, not Oscar Meyer
    Skechers shoes, not Sketchers
    Looney Tunes, not Looney Toons.
    Diff'rent Strokes, not Different Strokes
    Evel Knievel, not Evil Knievel

    A few of the other examples I'm just not that familiar with to really have a memory of. Again, I do think anything is possible, and things can literally change. But it's also true that our brain doesn't always register what is really "there". That's why multiple people will have different memories of the same event.

    So, who knows?
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    I had never heard of this until today so I watched some of the videos and I find them deeply disturbing, unnerving to say the least. I’m 59 yo. I was trying to dismiss it as perhaps slips of memory with titles and words until one video mentioned Eli Whitney is now depicted as white. No way no how, I remember, no I know I was taught he was the first inventor that was black. I am shaken by this. There are a few others I feel a very strongly about such as Jane Goodall and Curious Georg and the Southern Ocean. Many seem to think this is an indication of change in the time line but I think it is a change in the written information on line by TPTB. People are talking about one minute they can google something and it's there and the next it is not. However Orph you say you remember it all this way. What about Eli whitney, what do recall about his race.
    I was concerned about the closing of book stores and the move to digital. It gives them the power to change history without burning books. They just go in a rewrite it. They seem to have changed a lot of trivial things such as slogans and product names to see how the world will react. I used to have an extensive book collection but moving around the US I had to give it away. Does anyone have an old encyclopedia? Does it say Eli Whitney was black or white?
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    I am just now looking at Mandela effects. I found a good video that explained it.


    But what really got me going was the video I saw that we all saw hundreds of times, the JFK assassination in the car. This guy presents something to think about. Let me know what you see or think.
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    Quote Posted by Savannah (here)
    However Orph you say you remember it all this way. What about Eli whitney, what do recall about his race.
    Not saying there is no Mandela Effect, or any other shenanigans going on behind the scenes. TPTB rewriting history is almost a given. I was just pointing out that the examples given in the first video don't prove much, IMO, as my memory of words and phrases is different than that of the guy in the video. In his memory, words, phrases, and names have changed, so he claims the Mandela Effect. But in my memory, those same words and phrases haven't changed.
    Again, I'm not saying something isn't happening. Just saying those examples may not be best way of trying to prove it.
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    Yes I understand you remember it that way but other people don't. So I wondered what you remembered about Whitney, you didn't answer that question. Did you know anything about him? Eli Whitney confusion is not about a minor change in how something is pronounced (Oscar Mayer vs Meyer). When I went to google and saw the face of a white guy it blew me away. I cant explain this away. This whit guy is not my reality!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What about the Mandala effect instead . People standing in circle holding hands can always change the course of human civilisation.

    No change for better happens without action . We all perceive the need for action as essential ..

    because this reality is part of much larger reality but it's still piece of reality we call 'home'


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    Quote Posted by DNA (here)

    Alterations in the timeline happen all of the time according to the Seth Material by Jane Roberts. The difference with what Seth speaks of and this Mandela effect people are now talking about are in how our consciousness deals with it.

    The Jane Robert's "Unknown Reality Volume One and Two" point to the past and future being fluid and alterable due to string theory, and yet string theory in a theoretical sense is never mentioned.

    Seth states that different realities that agree on enough certain tenants will align and join.

    Seth states it's like a river, a large river and this large river will have smaller tributaries flowing off from it making smaller rivers, these smaller rivers will have more tributaries coming off from it in the form of creeks. It is not uncommon for two creeks to meet and merge, or for two small rivers to meet and converge, and or any combination of what has been mentioned.

    From what Seth states, this happens ALL the time. And we are not usually aware of it, due to the change being too small, and or our memories having a consensus in terms of what will be remembered.
    I'm not at all a proponent/follower of Jane Roberts and Seth, but I'd pretty much agree with this summary. Time may be a great teal more plastic (meaning, malleable and manipulable) than we may think.

    Camelot witness Henry Deacon explained to us that parallel timelines can sometimes be very 'near' to one another, and (like uninsulated electric wires that are very close), can influence each other. Moreover, if they're very close, one can also 'jump' from one to another without being aware of it.

    How this is manipulated using advanced technology, is another question. But do read this Camelot report, called Timeline 1, Variant 83.

    http://projectcamelot.org/t1v83.html

    That was the best summary I could put together after a 5 (five) hour conversation with Dan Burisch in a noisy Las Vegas casino restaurant, after he'd just returned from a 6 month project which was specifically about using classified technology to identify which of many timelines we were on — then.

    Answer: the one when Hillary Clinton would become president, in November 2008 — soon after which, a nuclear World War III would begin. Clearly, if Dan is to be believed (and I listened to him carefully for 5 hours, and he was NOT making this stuff up... that would have been impossible), we jumped timelines. Because of course that never happened.

    What's frightening to consider is that that timeline may just have been delayed, as in a kind of diversion loop... and now we're coming back to the same one, but 8 years later. That would NOT NOT NOT be a good thing.

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    I cant tell you how disconcerting this is to me. I have not left my computer all day. I have never done anything like this before. I had an NDE, out of body experiences, channeled and I took it all in stride. To suddenly see my world change, like someone put a new program in the matrix is freaking me out.
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by DNA (here)

    Alterations in the timeline happen all of the time according to the Seth Material by Jane Roberts. The difference with what Seth speaks of and this Mandela effect people are now talking about are in how our consciousness deals with it.

    The Jane Robert's "Unknown Reality Volume One and Two" point to the past and future being fluid and alterable due to string theory, and yet string theory in a theoretical sense is never mentioned.

    Seth states that different realities that agree on enough certain tenants will align and join.

    Seth states it's like a river, a large river and this large river will have smaller tributaries flowing off from it making smaller rivers, these smaller rivers will have more tributaries coming off from it in the form of creeks. It is not uncommon for two creeks to meet and merge, or for two small rivers to meet and converge, and or any combination of what has been mentioned.

    From what Seth states, this happens ALL the time. And we are not usually aware of it, due to the change being too small, and or our memories having a consensus in terms of what will be remembered.
    I'm not at all a proponent/follower of Jane Roberts and Seth, but I'd pretty much agree with this summary. Time may be a great teal more plastic (meaning, malleable and manipulable) than we may think.

    Camelot witness Henry Deacon explained to us that parallel timelines can sometimes be very 'near' to one another, and (like uninsulated electric wires that are very close), can influence each other. Moreover, if they're very close, one can also 'jump' from one to another without being aware of it.

    How this is manipulated using advanced technology, is another question. But do read this Camelot report, called Timeline 1, Variant 83.

    http://projectcamelot.org/t1v83.html

    That was the best summary I could put together after a 5 (five) hour conversation with Dan Burisch in a noisy Las Vegas casino restaurant, after he'd just returned from a 6 month project which was specifically about using classified technology to identify which of many timelines we were on — then.

    Answer: the one when Hillary Clinton would become president, in November 2008 — soon after which, a nuclear World War III would begin. Clearly, if Dan is to be believed (and I listened to him carefully for 5 hours, and he was NOT making this stuff up... that would have been impossible), we jumped timelines. Because of course that never happened.

    What's frightening to consider is that that timeline may just have been delayed, as in a kind of diversion loop... and now we're coming back to the same one, but 8 years later. That would NOT NOT NOT be a good thing.
    Thanks for the info Bill, at this point I have to agree it looks like the time line has been changed. I don’t pay much attention to popular culture so all the evidence online about the way many remember movies, television stars and music (the focus for most unfortunately) I could not validate. It was until I heard one utube video about Eli Whitney being Causation that it stopped me in my tracks..what!! Whitney in my time line was remembered because he was Black and he ironically invented the cotton gin. Cotton being what Sothern slaves picked (LOL ,on my time line I haven’t checked this one yet). I was taught this in grammar school because of the fact that he was black it w so important, that’s why I remember it. So prior to the info about him I doubted myself and said ,well maybe it was that way I just don’t absolutely remember, until Whitney. I swear on my life and all that I feel is real, the history on the internet is not what I know. I wanted to remain cautious and state it was possibly just psyop and they were rewriting history but now I don’t think so. I don’t know enough yet to say it’s a positive or negative new time line. I can’t bear any more horror and thus I’m hoping for positive but logic and reason in me are telling me it’s not.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    I'm not at all a proponent/follower of Jane Roberts and Seth, but I'd pretty much agree with this summary. Time may be a great teal more plastic (meaning, malleable and manipulable) than we may think.
    There is a lot that could be said along this line Bill mentions.

    We all have certain clear memories of somethings versus other things. If there were a scientific method to measure the strength of people's memories and correlate that with any Mandela Effects they come up, the data from the study would be quite telling. I say this because all too much is written down and not committed to memory. People used to commit phone numbers to memory and now I bet few remember the most common numbers they call. And it seems the further one goes back, the more important human memory was. If our memory is committed to paper and especially the digital variety, then our memory can easily be hacked. And that is just one plausible element of the Mandela Effect.

    Another thought:

    If the Mandela Effect was proven quantitatively somehow, that opens/ reopens Pandora's box to a reality that is more like a wave then a line and the Mandela Effect may be caused by two waves intersecting each other or coming very near to intersecting.

    Whatever the case may be, it is subject matter worthy of notice at the VERY LEAST.
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    I remember from movies and tv shows:
    "Sex In The City" NOT "Sex And The City"
    Snow White scene as being "Mirror Mirror On the wall who's the first of them all" NOT "Magic mirror on the wall"
    Forest Gump stating "Life is like a box of chocolates" NOT "Like was like a box of chocolates"
    "Looney Toons" NOT "Looney Tunes"
    "Fruit Loops" NOT "Froot Loops"

    In relation to the world map I remember South America being almost directly below North America, Iceland being alot smaller and New Zealand was a lot closer to Australia and further North, with Wellington being almost the same latitude as Sydney.

    I have stated this probably for the last year if not two that I believe their is a bleed threw from other relates, (which supports Bill's post 13), maybe these different realities are merging now. Only less than a week ago my best friend was sitting on the lounge down stairs watching tv and she said that she saw me walking down the stair case and then shortly thereafter maybe 30 seconds or so she saw me physically walk down the stairs again.

    I stated this fact here on the 27/4/16:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1064169
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    Does anyone have an old encyclopedia? Does it say Eli Whitney was black or white?
    I was curious about this so just thought I'd go and check it out in my mothers old encyclopaedias. I did find it in The wonderland of knowledge, Volume 1, Marvels of invention, and the portrait of Eli Whitney is very definitely white. I can't see when these books were published but there is an inscription to my mother dated 1933.

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    Quote Posted by BMJ (here)

    In relation to the world map I remember South America being almost directly below North America, Iceland being alot smaller and New Zealand was a lot closer to Australia and further North, with Wellington being almost the same latitude as Sydney.
    Well, we do have to be careful about that kind of thing. There are many different kinds of map projections, none of them 'accurate'.






    Regarding timeline jumps, seeing something in an old newspaper or encyclopedia really isn't proof at all. If the timeline jumped, the newspapers and encyclopedias would jump as well. Occam's Razor says it's FAR more likely that an old newspaper would have had an understandable typo in it (Fruit for Froot, etc). No 'proof' there.

    But it's an interesting argument that our memories wouldn't necessarily have 'jumped' in the same way, as our memories are almost certainly non-physical things.

    I read a fascinating discussion (and I'll see if I can find it) between some highly experienced — and educated, smart and sane — Mars image researchers, back in 2009-10. They were 100% certain that a certain image had changed. When they went back to look at their own personal hard copy printouts — they had changed as well.

    All they had left was their memories, and they couldn't prove a thing.

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    Quote Posted by DNA (here)

    Alterations in the timeline happen all of the time according to the Seth Material by Jane Roberts. The difference with what Seth speaks of and this Mandela effect people are now talking about are in how our consciousness deals with it.

    The Jane Robert's "Unknown Reality Volume One and Two" point to the past and future being fluid and alterable due to string theory, and yet string theory in a theoretical sense is never mentioned.

    Seth states that different realities that agree on enough certain tenants will align and join.

    Seth states it's like a river, a large river and this large river will have smaller tributaries flowing off from it making smaller rivers, these smaller rivers will have more tributaries coming off from it in the form of creeks. It is not uncommon for two creeks to meet and merge, or for two small rivers to meet and converge, and or any combination of what has been mentioned.

    From what Seth states, this happens ALL the time. And we are not usually aware of it, due to the change being too small, and or our memories having a consensus in terms of what will be remembered.
    I'm not at all a proponent/follower of Jane Roberts and Seth, but I'd pretty much agree with this summary. Time may be a great teal more plastic (meaning, malleable and manipulable) than we may think.

    Camelot witness Henry Deacon explained to us that parallel timelines can sometimes be very 'near' to one another, and (like uninsulated electric wires that are very close), can influence each other. Moreover, if they're very close, one can also 'jump' from one to another without being aware of it.

    How this is manipulated using advanced technology, is another question. But do read this Camelot report, called Timeline 1, Variant 83.

    http://projectcamelot.org/t1v83.html

    That was the best summary I could put together after a 5 (five) hour conversation with Dan Burisch in a noisy Las Vegas casino restaurant, after he'd just returned from a 6 month project which was specifically about using classified technology to identify which of many timelines we were on — then.

    Answer: the one when Hillary Clinton would become president, in November 2008 — soon after which, a nuclear World War III would begin. Clearly, if Dan is to be believed (and I listened to him carefully for 5 hours, and he was NOT making this stuff up... that would have been impossible), we jumped timelines. Because of course that never happened.

    What's frightening to consider is that that timeline may just have been delayed, as in a kind of diversion loop... and now we're coming back to the same one, but 8 years later. That would NOT NOT NOT be a good thing.
    from: Elon Musk Nails it: We are living in a computer simulation

    I have not addressed the point yet, but one should try to not have one's avatar emotions get hung up on the descriptive 'computer simulation', as that is not a misnomer exactly.... but a useful descriptive for getting the message through to a given group of scientifically minded people.

    Others might might call it something else.

    Note very carefully the bit about memory function in the human brain (which is both linear 3d unidirectional time based AND quantum timeless, in connectivity and translation)..and...how the psychic sense of probability works, how it is intimately connected to the other, the so called past. I have described my understanding of probability function in psychic sense and so called dream recall, far better (more clarified and expanded), in other spaces and places on this forum.

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    Normally these posts end up in the 'question of lithium' thread, but for today, this one will go here, as it is relevant.

    Regarding opto-quantum computers. The march is relentless. Elon talks about the singularity issue, where probability lines have separated and move back to the single point, and then the given event, and then they move outward again.

    This is akin to how I deal with the psychic trick of future sense. I describe it (strong probability event) like a small rock dropped into the idea of time, as we know it. The ripples move outward from that point (both forward and back, and also to the sides, up and down, ie alternate dimensions and timelines), or knot of energies. Part of one angle of view of the two ...or pair of two-d sheet/fields in apparent spin interaction, that make up the torus or spinning olive that we have used as a visualization technique......and the interactions which are out of sight in the common egoic linear unidirectional time-space view that the majority of the world shares on a day to day basis..that is the normal view of time. The creation of our past, our history. That dropped rock (knot as intense event) and then ripples can also be seen from the now as future probability. likened exactly to how we see our past.

    That your viewpoint in day to day waking egoic life and interaction in the 3d world is based on a common unidirectional ideal, which is based upon systems that are built out of timeless 2d systems in integration, or, to restate: the underlying system your reality and consciousness ride on, are 'out of time'.

    (look at my avatar, that's why I chose it, it's similarity to a visualization for such systems)

    With regard to the energetic knot or small rock dropped into the 2d timeless field sheets in interaction, the ripples spread backward in time, ie, our history that is seemingly immutable (from our particular time based viewpoint)... they also move into collision with the unidirectional forward motion, in the form of slowly resolving probability. To recall the future, likewise, like a bad or ill remembered memory. To fathom the future from the probability mix, exactly likened to memory recall.

    In our latest findings on memory, we find that recalling a memory in the system of the human brain, permanently alters it, it changes it. The refreshing of the memory reshapes it.

    We will find that future probability 'recall', Like I experience, reshapes it, it changes the probability, ie equal/matched expansion of the forward wave of the collective boat of the human now... in the timestream.

    Which is why the esoteric aspects of the controlling structure of humanity is always so eager to control the current now view of humanity, as it equals the act of steering humanity through time and probability. That humanity can be driven to a future that they desire, into actual seen probability lines, or not.

    Thus, the desire for quantum computers to control (or explore) probability, as quantum systems involve spooky action at a distance. Exactly as that of the human psychic timeline sensing of premonition. To resolve probability in time. Artificial mind, AI.. and time-sensing in one single spot. However, therein lies a danger, if some of you understand the idea of what a human might actually be.

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    Physicists observe behavior of quantum materials in curved space



    These false-color images represent the quantum Hall state that UChicago physicists created by shining infrared laser light at specially configured mirrors. Achieving this state with light instead of matter was an important step in developing computing and other applications from quantum phenomena. Credit: Nathan Schine, Albert Ryou, Andrey Gromov, Ariel Sommer, and Jonathan Simon


    Light and matter are typically viewed as distinct entities that follow their own, unique rules. Matter has mass and typically exhibits interactions with other matter, while light is massless and does not interact with itself. Yet, wave-particle duality tells us that matter and light both act sometimes like particles, and sometimes like waves.

    Harnessing the shared wave nature of light and matter, researchers at the University of Chicago, led by Jonathan Simon, the Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Physics, have used light to explore some of the most intriguing questions in the quantum mechanics of materials. The topic encompasses complex and non-intuitive phenomena that are often difficult to explain in non-technical language, but which carry important implications to specialists in the field.

    In work published online this week in the journal Nature, Simon's group presents new experimental observations of a quantum Hall material near a singularity of curvature in space.

    Quantum effects give rise to some of the most useful and promising properties of materials: They define standard units of measurement, give rise to superconductivity and describe quantum computers. The quantum Hall materials are one prominent example in which electrons are trapped in non-conducting circular orbits except at the edges of the material. There, electrons exhibit quantized resistance-free electrical conduction that is immune to disorder such as material impurities or surface defects.

    Furthermore, electrons in quantum Hall materials do not transmit sound waves but instead have particle-like excitations, some of which are unlike any other particles ever discovered. Some of these materials also exhibit simultaneous quantum entanglement between millions of electrons, meaning that the electrons are so interconnected, the state of one instantly influences the state of all others. This combination of properties makes quantum Hall materials a promising platform for future quantum computation.

    Researchers worldwide have spent the past 35 years delving into the mysteries of quantum Hall materials, but always in the same fundamental way. They use superconducting magnets to make very powerful magnetic fields and refrigerators to cool electronic samples to thousandths of a degree above absolute zero.

    Trapping light...

    In a new approach, Simon and his team demonstrated the creation of a quantum Hall material made up of light. "Using really good mirrors that are pointed at each other, we can trap light for a long time while it bounces back and forth many thousands of times between the mirrors," explained graduate student Nathan Schine.

    In the UChicago experiment, photons travel back and forth between mirrors, while their side-to-side motion mimics the behavior of massive particles like electrons. To emulate a strong magnetic field, the researchers created a non-planar arrangement of four mirrors that makes the light twist as it completes a round trip. The twisting motion causes the photons to move like charged particles in a magnetic field, even though there is no actual magnet present.

    "We make the photons spin, which leads to a force that has the same effect as a magnetic field," explained Schine. While the light is trapped, it behaves like the electrons in a quantum Hall material.

    First, Simon's group demonstrated that they had a quantum Hall material of light. To do so, they shined infrared laser light at the mirrors. By varying the laser's frequency, Simon's team could map out precisely at which frequencies the laser was transmitted through the mirrors. These transmission frequencies, along with camera images of the transmitted light, gave a telltale signature of a quantum Hall state.

    Next, the researchers took advantage of the precise control that advanced optical systems provide to place the photons in curved space, which has not been possible so far with electrons. In particular, they made the photons behave as if they resided on the surface of a cone.

    ...near a singularity

    "We created a cone for light, much like you might do by cutting a wedge of paper and taping the edges together," said postdoctoral fellow Ariel Sommer, also a co-author of the paper. "In this case, we imposed a three-fold symmetry on our light, which essentially divides the plane into three wedges and forces the light to repeat itself on each wedge."

    The tip of a cone has infinite curvature—the singularity—so the researchers were able to study the effect of strong spatial curvature in a quantum Hall material. They observed that photons accumulated at the cone tip, confirming a previously untested theory of the quantum Hall effect in curved space.

    Despite 20 years of interest, this is the first time an experiment has observed the behavior of quantum materials in curved space. "We are beginning to make our photons interact with each other," said Schine. "This opens up many possibilities, such as making crystalline or exotic quantum liquid states of light. We can then see how they respond to spatial curvature."

    The researchers say this could be useful for characterizing a certain type of quantum computer that is built of quantum Hall materials.

    "While quantum Hall materials were discovered in the '80s, they continue to reveal their fascinating secrets to this day," said Simon. "The final frontier is exploring the interplay of these beautiful materials with the curvature of space. That is what we've begun to explore with our photons."

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    The danger is in taking Thales AI model and combining it with quantum optical systems such as this.
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