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BEC Storage Is Forever

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 19, 2001 14:44:26 UTC

Well, maybe not forever, but for a very long time since it's a frictionless superfluid. Density gradations are a sufficient means to code in the information. And since these particles respond gravitationally to what I call physical particles like protons and neutrons (actually they all are physical), density variations are pretty automatic.

These axions have a mass that is one millionth that of an electron, according to astronomers like Scraff, but are greater in number than the number of electrons by a factor of 10 billion. That is why they are thought to be a primary constituent of dark matter.

There are real problems with the model- like why don't they just collapse into the galactic black hole- they have no velocity to prevent that. So if the model is correct there must be some sort of exclusion principle that applies to them, which we do not know about.

Yet the exclusion principle has to be weak enough for the axions to vary in density as a reflection of the physical, visible universe.

So structure is not needed to code in information. But I suspect that structure- the presence of other particles that interact with axions - are necessary to support intelligence. The density waves need to be manipulated.

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