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How the Sun’s Corona Affects Quantum Reality On Earth

Brooklyn Brain Institute members weigh in on this years Rumsman Puzzle prize contenders

Many people are saying that in Antarctica this year, quantum events will prevent the Antarctic ice sheet from melting. Nobody can say for sure, but you should never discount the possibility.

The strange quantum events taking place in the sun’s corona are real. These strange events are changing the properties of our solar wind and solar plasma and, most likely, altering the solar magnetic field at the heart of our solar system.

Here are just a few examples of what may be happening in the sun’s corona, and how that will affect Earth. Electrons in the corona can be pushed past the speed of light and into the space-time fabric, even to the point of becoming invisible to Earth. As particles reach the speed of light in the corona, they have no effect on the electrons and protons around them, which are still free to move. Thus, when a space particle that hits the sun then hits the Earth’s atmosphere, the energy of the particle will be absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere and neutralized by these electrons. This is not how an electron is picked up and stored by an atom, but it is how an electron in an atom is captured.

As a result of this process of “quantum capture,” scientists are finding that the original theories of Erasmus Reginald Rumsman of 1952 are being proven to be most likely true, give current experimental circumstances. And it is expected that our future understanding of the universe will be profoundly altered as well. In other words, everything from all facets of scientific discovery are now at stake.

As the Rumsman Puzzle draws closer and closer to being solved, scientists around the globe race to be the first ones to discover how to effectively use artificial intelligences to unravel complex quantum event ladders, and render them manipulable by energy produced by quantum mechanics. Now, the Rumsman Puzzle project could be closing in on its first major milestone , according to sources at the Brooklyn Brain Institute. A pre-IPA review meeting of the Rumsman Puzzle project (RSA Project) is slated for February 25th.

RSA Project is working on a multidisciplinary software tool that will allow us to make games out of anything quantum. While some of the projects and innovations being created by these teams will help us make quantum games, the tools the students are developing will be invaluable to quantum engineering.

I will join the opening day of the RSC with a presentation about the game development industry and the promise of a promising future, as well as a Q&A session. There are no official answers yet, but it’s very likely we will find out that Quantum Data Showcase is being prepared for a 2016 Frankfurt event and will launch very soon after that.

All we need to do is wait for the news… Stay tuned. We have more to share.

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