just a thought..

found it in my notes, from august.

what if there’s no quantum field at all — what if in the quantum level the notion of time loses its meaning, thus any wave or field isn’t possible — everything is everywhere at the same time. if that is correct then by ‘measuring’ a new local arrow of time is created, with relating particle that will carry the local time as separation from wholeness. the particle will then be related to surrounding field, taking energy from the surroundings for the creation of it. but if you dig deeper into the quantum level the waves and particles collapse into wholeness. i think that can be experimentally tested.


wealth or health.

the more wealthy one is the less chances there are to achieve extreme longevity in good health. i don’t mean here just 10-20% better than average, where wealth can definitely have its benefits compared to poverty, because of better health care in case of accidents and some illnesses. i mean 100% better than average and way much more as the science advances (the rich can afford the developments of science first, but they are also the test subjects for a long term outcome, while the poorer people can later enjoy already tested longevity products for an affordable price), while not being unlucky to get seriously ill by an accident. why? because the more wealth you have the more you try to diversify its positions, not to lose all the wealth at once if the world would change dramatically. and perhaps have more investments for fun as well — to villas, yachts, airplanes, and so on. all that diversified wealth needs attention, which is time.. the time taken from your health, the time taken from personal development to achieve the extreme longevity in good health. extreme poverty is also not a good situation to be in, but even the very poor have better chances than the rich, if they only have an access to the knowledge to begin developing oneself. those who spend whole the life in dedication to an extreme longevity are no better off than the wealthy, because while spending almost whole the time for increasing healthy lifespan the net time gained is actually negative. let say one spends 50% of free time on health while the lifespan is only increased by 30%, then the net time lost is roughly 20%, taken from other hobbies in life, thus in the end having enjoyed the life less than an average person who’s not paying an extreme attention to every aspect of a healthy life style. that holds true even as the science advances and access to longevity products increases, because the ratio of time spent on research vs time spent on main interests in life remains the same. if one truly enjoys the research on longevity, and takes it as a hobby and maybe even as a source of income teaching others, then the time is not wasted of course, but for those who don’t really care they should rather stick to their casual quick mortality, trying to spend every free moment they can afford for enjoing their true likes and hobbies. wealthy people seem to have more time for themselves, but that looks so only to those who don’t know the countless worries, problems and obligations of wealthy people, far more numerous than the worries of working class people, not to talk about those cases where people are born into a wealthy family with business they rather not do, but are forced to, for ‘prestige’ of the family or other forced reasons. many wealthy people hate their lives, but can’t give up wealth for the benefit of freedom, because they simply don’t know how to live without that wealth — they’re not trained to (i’m not talking here about all cases, but many, some of which i’ve learned personally in different countries, from first hands, and having been in medium size business in the past myself i know all too well the stresses that come with it). i would even claim that average working class folks have more time to enjoy their lives than wealthy people do, especially when they love their job. and so the average folk can also have more time to dedicate oneself for achieving extreme longevity, and to remain in a great health till the time to go has come.

dangerous math, comment

i must add here a comment to my post from yesterday, on mathematics of harnessing random fluctuations for profit. ..
..the conclusion is based on my twenty plus years of work on analysing random fluctuations, as a hobby, but thoroughly, using my own computer programs to simulate gambling on roulette with countless strategies, and on my recent intensive study of stock market in deep detail. the described principle is the only one which works, but you also need to know precise values of application. anyone at home with math can figure out those values, depending where is needed to apply the principle. i have also written a book about it, about a year ago, but before publishing the book i need to do some editing. right now the book is more like a collection of different materials – my own published writings on websites, blogs etc., not arranged properly for easy reading. editing is a time consuming and quite a boring process.. i have better things to do right now, so it can wait. even the book on my advanced handwriting cryptography method, unique in the world, which i spent half a year working on and published online [ https://sellfy.com/p/ujMc ] is going slow — i don’t see how the book on my math on harnessing for profit random fluctuations could have any success while there are thousands of books out there on gambling and stock market. thus, enjoy the article posted yesterday — it takes together whole the work of more than twenty years, without getting into details how i arrived to that conclusion and why this is the only way to beat the odds against you, both on roulette and stock market. for gambling on roulette you must also know how casinos are cheating and how to deal with it, and the process itself is very slow, thus i’ve decided to switch my attention to stock market recently. still it’s just one of my hobbies, besides more important ones like research on healthy extreme longevity, thus i’m not promising any further updates or any new posts/articles on this matter.

my published books.. https://sellfy.com/youthextension

gambling on stock market

dangerous mathematics.

the best way to protect against accidents while knowing some secrets, is to make these secrets public. i’ve done it with my mathematical methods for roulette and now i’m doing it for stock market. the method can in principle be applied for any financial products. stock market is gambling like many casino games, just it sounds more serious, but like on roulette the random fluctuations are unpredictable. applying any technical analysis is no different from ‘guessing’ probabilities for roulette outcome. basically, throwing away all bs and analytical tools (you don’t need them), all you need to know is that there are only two ways for the market to move — up and down and nobody can predict the next move — thus even hedging between different products with similar sums of money will amount to nothing, just matter of time when you lose everything you earned and invested. an exception is fundamental analysis, which isn’t gambling. in any case you pay for every transaction the price of the spread, which is in principle the same as house edge on roulette. to cover the spread and to make profit you need to increase the amount of your orders or ‘bets’ (lots, mini lots, ..) each time you lose specific amount of allocated money and decrease the sum of your orders (allocate less money) each time you win (take profit which is no less than your allowed loss, using stop-loss if necessary), on each product separately, plus you must restart with minimum bets on all the products (close all positions and open new ones with your minimum) each time you have reached the last maximum total balance on your account. that’s it. everything else is useless. well, you also need to know how exactly — how big steps to take, how many products to gamble with, etc., but it depends on your financial capacity and running expenses (for example the minimum on stock market isn’t the same minimum as on roulette, where it’s the absolute minimum allowed — on stock market the minimum must be calculated to cover your expenses in case if for a long time you continue without losses and thus be staying on your minimum amount you’re betting with) and the maximum realistically possible volatility of a specific product you’re gambling on. also you should hedge your risks of course, but not in the same sense as traditional hedging — you need to increase and decrease your sums depending on your total gains and losses, inversely. in which direction market goes does not matter — you simply quit with specific loss or win, increase/decrease your bets accordingly, and enter into any other reasonably volatile product, not to waste your time (betting in whatever direction, but preferably only long, for known reasons, except forex – there it doesn’t matter). in average (daily, monthly, depending on using robots and/or standing/pending orders or doing it manually with market orders only) you will always be in positive (making profit) if there aren’t any huge market crashes, against which isn’t protected anyone. any ‘regular’ sudden huge moves of the market are covered because there are always smaller fluctuations, during which you exit and enter with recalculated bets, depending on profits and losses. as simple as that.

mind extending behind a si­ngle human mind

the principle of physics, the second law of thermo­dynamics tells that in a closed system entropy cannot decrease, meaning that in a clo­sed system you cannot get new informatio­n. this means that whatever ideas humans get simply by thin­king, cannot come fr­om a single human mind but something larger, from a mind extending behind the si­ngle human mind.

information to balance entropy for immortality.

from the laws of physics and information, from the fact that information holds energy and destuction of information requires energy, it appears that the only way to stay alive forever is to forever keep learning — natural entropy of things can be balanced with new information, creating new order in place of natural tendency to ever greater disorder. people stop growing and begin aging at the point where gain of information is upset with a greater loss of information. the bigger your gained information of life at certain point in time the greater constant gain of information you must have to balance entropy.