Posts Tagged ‘memory’

Remote Time Experiment

July 27, 2008

Extremely slow performance in distant clinic operations has led the research team to experiment with remote temporal operation. The use of ARD’s sliding temporal shifts has allowed substantial performance increases at satellite clinic stations. Undoubtedly, temporal memory plays a significant role in every aspect of this study.

Remote Time Experiment 1bitmap

Remote Time Experiment 1bitmap

Our fastest results were achieved in the 1988 timeframe, but the lack of detail distinction, for all intent and purposes, made the data unusable. 

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Tunneling Hallucinations Experiment

May 22, 2008
June 1, 2008 updated by willpap

We have discovered a recurring area of VF hallucinations that appears as a sort of winding tunnel. The “tunneling” effect is well documented in hallucinatory medical reports.  The VF affects in the area of tunneling, seem to fall into two categories: geometric configurations and what we are discovering to be “travel” memory sequences. The geometric shapes appear both linearly down the length of tunnel vision as well as in glances side to side. The neural formula thought to generate geometic patterns such as spirals, and lattices, either square, rhomboidal or hexagonal, orthogonal gratings, bull’s-eyes and fan shapes is:

dE/dt = -E + SE{aWEE*E – bWIE*I + Sensory Input} [2]
dI/dt = -I + SI{cWEI*E – dWII*I}

just as in code for a spiral might be:

default

{

    state_entry()

    {

llTargetOmega(<1,0,0>,PI,1.0);
 llSetTimerEvent(gap);
 }
  timer()
    {
       counter = counter + gap;       
        integer x;
         float xf;
         for (x=9; x>0; x–)
     }

}

appearance of tunnel geometriestunneling geometries

geometric lateral side to side tunnel hallucination

More striking has been our noting of signs, buildings, trees and human bodies at certain moments of  the tunnel hallucinations. Closer examination has confirmed  these observations. We speculate at this point that these are travel memories, perhaps from our own unconscious catalog or perhaps from others. Sounds are also audible as street sounds and human orations. We have heard Portuguese, Mandarin language and Australian accents spoken. There is no telling what worlds these may connect to. However, it should come as no surprise that the hallucinatory imagery includes travelogues since VF is primarily a wanderment drug.

Virta-Flaneurazine Tunnel Experiment

appearance of human figures in tunnel hallucination

tunnel visible building signs in hallucinatory travel imagery

street view detail hallucination capture/ possibly from Taipei

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JC Priestman in VF Tunnel