Глава 308. Модель реальности и времени. Использование Дельтаt для проецирования (симуляции) всех значимых событий, которые могут произойти в ОС

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CHAPTER 308 A Model of Reality and Time  Using the Deltat Loop to Project (Simulate) Everything Significant That Could Possibly Happen In OS. (78) 
Глава 308. Модель реальности и времени. Использование Дельтаt для проецирования (симуляции) всех значимых событий, которые могут произойти в ОС 

Let’s generalize and broaden our model by looking at the possibility that everything significant that can happen does happen. This is a key concept to understanding the breadth of our multidimensional reality, and to appreciating how AUM optimizes the output of its consciousness experiments by collecting data and amassing statistics that describe all possibilities simultaneously. 


CR  In the previous chapter, I described the complete set of state vectors representing everything that will most likely happen in OS. This was computed by incrementing deltat (simulation time) through M consecutive iterations in between each increment of DELTAt (PMR time). Recall that as m progresses from m = 1 to m = M, the deltat loop converges upon the most probable future state. This was accomplished by evaluating all the possible future states in order to determine the most probable one. The most probable future state for that iteration of m then becomes part of the set of stored OS probable reality state vectors. Now TBC is going to track and store every significant possible future state (and its associated expectation value) that is evaluated for each iteration of m, not only the most probable one. 


CR  In order to assess all the significant possibilities, our understanding of the deltat loop must be expanded. A more generalized deltat loop process must now not only compute the most likely future states, but also track all (regardless of their likelihood) possible significant future states for each iteration m = 1, 2, 3,… M. Furthermore, each of these possible future states is assigned an expectation value that is a measure of its likelihood of being actualized. The mechanics and implications of this broadened deltat loop functionality are discussed in detail in the remainder of this chapter, and are illustrated in Figure 53. 


CR  Before continuing with the description of this new application of the deltat loop, I want to define the concept of significant states. A significant state is one that represents some unique, viable, meaningful configuration of OS, even if it is perhaps somewhat unlikely. Essentially, TBC generates significant states by computing all the permutations and combinations of all the free will choices, all the potential changes in objects, all the energy state changes, and then eliminates the redundant or insignificant states. All significant states with a probability of actualization above some small arbitrary value are enumerated. 

