Awesome thanks Thomas I am about to watch your video will let you know my thoughts.
Ernroo1, here is question I received from a member in another well known forum about VR-8. Hope you find something of value.A quick question: does your software use a modified form of the Schrödinger equation to help with wave measurements and predictions?
If you mean Schrödingers Time-independent equation E?(r)=[(-h2)/2? ?2+V(r)]?(r) for non-relativistic objects? Then my answer is no.
What initially served as an inspiration to determine two possible superpositions (frequencies), was Heisenberg's uncertainty principle ?x?p ? h/2 that states that certain pairs of physical properties (in this case a wave vibrating in a specific cycle) cannot both be known to arbitrary precision.
Its meaning, according to Heisenberg, is that it is impossible to determine simultaneously both the position and velocity of an electron or any other particle with any great degree of accuracy.
Hence, you can only present a value between two possible states, at any given observation, based on predetermined data, given a spin on a wheel is a time-dependent action and direction of various forces.
The wave function ? I assume you are speaking of, is complex and so is practically every other quantity needed to formulate quantum mechanics.
An interesting question is the distance scale in which a quantum treatment is essential. A nanometer seems like a reasonable choice. But even more intriguing is the question of what happens on much bigger scales, centimeters, meters like in our roulette table, and larger.
Does quantum mechanics still govern things, or does it somehow break down? On this one can only say there is no definitive answer, only probabilities in terms of available superpositions at any given point in a present space continuum.
The world as you see it isn't exactly solid, but more a soup of arising and cessating possibilities. Everything in you consciousness field is nothing more than endless permutations of frequencies vibrating in various cycles, by which your mind determines some objects as blue or green, and others, as seeming motion or stillness.
Applying a given set of numbers as frequencies is no biggie once you know what to look for in a continuum of predetermined values (contrary to the absolute Quantum reality of non-determinative values).
Imagine if you were an astrophysicist intended to send a radio signal out in space to prove your society as reasonably advanced.
A good example this was depicted in the movie Contact where Jane Foster played an astrophysicist who did just this. She decided to send the prime numbers into a certain point in space and determined that the signal should be modulated 4.4623 gigahertz (hydrogen times pi). So number 2 should be represented by two such bursts, 3 (three bursts) then 5, 7 and so on...
You can view the scene here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM9Xzsf4M2o [nofollow]Suffice to say I experienced the same "high" or "rush" as she did once I understood how to determine the frequency of each number and the constant that binds them. I couldn't sleep for days as I was immersed in calculations.Numbers, as you see them around you, are nothing more than patterns of frequency we humans have decided to give a specific form as to interpret reality as we experience it, and not as it is in itself (quantum state).I gave VR-8 a specific set of cycles for each number 0-36 and repeated that cycle for higher or lower frequencies, should my equations produce such results.I will, of course, try to cover this in a future video devoted to just the basics of what I call number frequency theory and application in real life.Hopes this helps to answer your question.