Re: re C/Ds sience fiction concepts

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Posted by C/D on January 20, 2012 at 12:45:23:

In Reply to: Re: re C/Ds sience fiction concepts posted by Ted on January 20, 2012 at 12:41:57:

The concept of mud being clear has been brought before the collective. I have been authorized to convey to you the following statement. If we correctly understand that mud is some kind of inorganic substance that has been saturated with water, then it would be opaque, not clear. Is this not correct?

: Yeah, clear as mud.

: : I will try to explain it in terms your earth scientists will understand. When a proton is split, the two resulting particles will have opposite characteristics. If the characteristic of one of the particles is changed, the other will instantly change to the opposite characteristic, even if the two particles are separated from each other. A set of these linked particles was established on your planet within many of your major computer systems (there is no use in searching for them; your science is not yet evolved enough to recognize them). Once they were established as bits within your computerized world-wide internet system, we can manipulate the bits within earth computers by manipulating the linked particles at our end. That results in a computer message being displayed on earth computer screens. I hope that answers your question satisfactorily.

: : : Okay, then if that is really true, explain what a quantum entanglement linking system is.

: : : : You are correct, earthling.

: : : : : Okay, let's see if I get it. You are presenting the concept that an alien being who lives on Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons, is communicating with us earthlings via this internet forum about science fiction books. And the communication can be instantaneous because they are using something called a quantum entanglement linking system. Is that correct?

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