The TimeScoop Project
TimeScoop Project
Time Scooping

    Inexpensive real-time space propulsion, much faster than the speed of light will allow us to utilize a technology called Time Scooping. This future technology will provide us with the capability to retrieve all of the Earth's past propagated radiations, such as gamma, alpha, light, radio, and gravity. Time scooping will be the most thorough tool we have for verifying the accuracy of a history. Time scooping will be accomplished by sending many probes out into space in many different directions. These probes will then return at the same speed, collecting precise "images" of history. Earlier TimeScoop generations will utilize the reflections of the date recovered off of other outerspace bodies.

    Time Scooping will also allow us to retrieve sound waves that were emitted in the past. This sound will be recovered by visually analyzing, from a distance, the variations of radiation reflected off of vibrating objects and gases in the vicinity of the sounds that were made so many years ago. The reflections and the varying temperatures caused by sound waves in the atmosphere will be translated into audible sound and employable data by the TimeScoop Probes (TSPs).

    Millions of probes will be sent out 100,000 light years away from the Earth. This will mean that the TSPs will be able to collectively and effectively retrieve 100,000 years of history. After the probes all reach their individual destination points in space, they will turn about and begin their journey back, while collecting and processing data using TSP technology. Each probe will be equipped with ten different types of scanners. Each scanner had its own scanning confocal system, which will allow it to turn fuzzy images of the earth and localized areas on the earth into clearly focused images. All ten internally processed images will be compared and contrasted with each other for the clearest representation of the probe's unique view. Scanners aboard the TSPs will also need the capacity to collectively store and process pinpoint scans and general scans of same-simultaneous situations, etc..

    After all of the probes returned to their origin, they will compare each other's collection of same-scanned views in order to purge any remaining visual and spatial distortions from their collective readings. All TSP data will then be compared and cross-referenced in such a way that exact representations of all Earth events for the time that was scanned by all of the TSPs can be precisely verified. These comparisons will then cross-referenced with all other historical traces to ensure the precision of genuine history conclusions.

    TSP processors will allow us to retrieve all traces, patterns, and impressions left by each person on the Earth and eventually the universe.  It will be possible to scan anything and everything at a subatomic level from an unfathomable distance. We will then accurately store and retrieve the information for any productive use, including resurrection. One of the many things TSP scanning will be used for is Historical Trace Processing. Historical Traces will be the many pieces of history's retrievable puzzle pieces left behind by the past. They include all archaeological, fictional, genealogical, genetic code, geological, meteorological, astronomical, astrological, miscellaneous phenomena, and Time Scoop records, which I'll explain later in this session.

    TSP scanning technologies will allow us to access all conventionally accessible literature. After individual page scanners and MRI-like whole book scanners become obsolete, complete libraries will be scanned at once. All that information will be stored in its original form, TSP processed, cross-indexed, cross-referenced, and then also stored in an TSP accessible forms. Processed information retrieved from worldwide multidimensional library scans will give us the concepts and capabilities necessary to take the precautions and steps for and toward the accelerated evolution we will finally acquire and carefully maintain.

    TSP scans will give us complete access to all literature ever written on Earth, including all books an artwork that were destroyed. They will also deductively give us general access to all cause and effect, to all spoken and unspoken thoughts and concepts ever conceived of by the people of on the earth, a type of universal knowledge. The invasion of privacy caused by this access to genuine history will be hard for people to comprehend, however technologies and data used in social media will have already softened the masses for this conclusive data. The final perspective and information will level the field of humankind and tie up any possible loose ends that may have been left open by misinformation and misconceptions of history.

    There are many kinds of TSP scanners, and most scanners that employ all known TSP technologies. The most fascinating scanning technology that will be used in verifiable conjunction with all other technologies will be the TSP III Scanner. This device will make subatomic scans of objects and then conceptually and deductively perceives the makeup of the its sub-quark particles based on exhibited traits, thereby compensating for the Observer affect. This science will be so precise that we it will be able to confocally and perceptively view particles at their smallest value, that which is millions of times smaller than a quark. The reverse implications of storage and retrieval using technologies derived from this project will be intellectually liberating, well worth the painful truth.

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