Brain Waves and Teleportation

Anderson Hung 2022

Brain Waves
Electroencephalography (EEG) shows the voltage variances due to ionic current within the neurons of the cerebral cortex.

Types of Brain Waves
There are 5 types of brain waves.

1. Delta Waves (0.5 - 3 Hz)

It is seen in deep sleep. When occurred by an awake adult, they indicate brain damage.

2. Theta Waves (3-8 Hz)

It may be seen in drowsiness.

3. Alpha Waves (8-12 Hz)

It is seen over the occipital area. Alpha activity shows with closing of the eyes and with relaxation. These waves disappear entirely during sleep.

4. Beta Waves (12-38 Hz)

It is seen over the motor areas of the frontal region. Beta activity is associated with active concentration and thinking preparing for movement.

5. Gamma Waves (38-42 Hz)

It is linked to cognition or motor function.


Entanglement and Teleportation
The two particles could be connected in such a way that one would also change the other, no matter how far apart they are.

An Entangled Pair (deuterium)

P   Proton
N  Neutron
e   electron

Quarks are the building blocks of matter. A neutron contains two down quarks and one up quark. A proton contains two up quarks and one down quark. The proton is strongly bonded together by gluons, but the neutron is not. Quarks are the only particles that experience all the four forces of nature, strong nuclear force, weak nuclear force, variable electromagnetic force, and variable gravity force.


B    Barrier

The neutron decays into a proton, an electron, and antineutrino in around 15 minutes after leaving outside an atomic nucleus. It takes about 8 minutes for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth. The proton and the electron are considered a fundamental particle that will never decay.

Newton's Variable Gravity Force

F   Force of gravity
G  Gravity constant, 6.674 x 10 -11 m3 / kg / s2
m  mass of an object
r    the distance between m1 and m2

The Graviton

A graviton is a hypothetical particle.

As the distance increases, so the gravitational attraction will decrease inversely in respect to the square of the distance.

The Four Foundamental Forces in Nature

1.  Strong Nuclear Force (proton)
2.  Electromagnetic Force
3.  Weak Nuclear Force (neutron)
4.  Gravity Force (graviton)


Hydrogen accounts for 74 percent of all the atoms in the Universe; another 24 percent are helium atoms, with a seasoning of lithium, and only the remaining 2 percent is made up of al the other chemical elements.

Helium-3 is produced when lithium is bombarded by natural neutrons. It has 2 protons, 1 neutron, and 2 electrons.

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