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American Journal of Sensor Technology. 2014, 2(3), 29-33
DOI: 10.12691/ajst-2-3-1
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The Private Theory of Relativity can Explain of Our Dreams and to Help in Creation of a Unique TV Set

Delik. D. Gabaev1,

1A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok 690059, Russia

Pub. Date: May 15, 2014

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Delik. D. Gabaev. The Private Theory of Relativity can Explain of Our Dreams and to Help in Creation of a Unique TV Set. American Journal of Sensor Technology. 2014; 2(3):29-33. doi: 10.12691/ajst-2-3-1

Abstract

According to the private theory of relativity the decrease of move speeds are accelerate time. The dream at a stage of rapid eye movement (REM) can be considered as limit of immovability. in this state the consciousness of the person is in the future and is more easily are receives the information from the future. At the same time in cosmos, where the speeds of movement of astronauts are much higher, than on the Earth, they are more easily are receives the information from past. The information from other time arrives to the person in dream through enclosed eyes and its receiving and the remainder is promoted by superconducting capacity of neurons. The appearance of superconductivity at a neurons are promoted by bones of a skull. They protect the neurons not only from impacts, but also from different type "noise", which is causes the fluctuations of positive ions in axoplasm of neuron and these fluctuations is prevent motion of an electron. The lifeless subjects do not need to dormition in order to receipt the information from other time, but in order to it could be seen by the people, all parts at the TV set should to be superconductors. ardent superconductivity is appears at iron wires after covering their of clean bone glue.

Keywords:
the private theory of relativity dreams conductivity of neurons unique tV set

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