Deep Learning May Provide Clues to a Projected Reality According to Robert G. Cathcart

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Durango, Colorado - Oct 07, 2016 - Is our reality projected?

A privately funded research group based in Durango, Colorado claims that a deep learning process used to analyze structures within the Giza Plateau may identify a three dimensional process which is holographic in nature. 

There is a great deal of speculation currently about simulated realities. Could this as yet unknown process point in that direction? Anything is possible.

Robert G. Cathcart, Head of Research

The deep learning process which the group has coined Symbol and Process Primitive Scenario Generation compares unknown symbols and potential processes to existing known scientific and engineering documentation to identify similarities in diagrammatic symbol and process.  The process provided some surprising results when applied to diagrammatic representations of Giza Plateau structures including the Great Pyramid.

“We are absolutely confident that the identified process is acousto-optic and that it may very well represent a means of holographic projection.”  Robert Cathcart

If this proves to be the case then the implications could be stunning.  At the least, it may represent a demonstration of a previously unknown technology.  It could also be much more. 

‘There is a great deal of speculation currently about simulated realities.  Could this as yet unknown process point in that direction?  Anything is possible.”  Robert Cathcart 

If it does then it essentially means that what we consider as our own reality may not be the the complete picture.

“Imagine a technological process which could be used to project reality.  I know this sounds absurd to the average person but our results hint at the possibility.”  Robert Cathcart

The group plans to release three process design iterations based on their work within a 90-day period beginning later this year.  Each iteration will increase in complexity allowing the reader to asses for themselves the legitimacy and accuracy of the model.

“Our hope is that scientists and engineers with greater expertise in acousto-optics and laser physics will take our findings and build upon them.  We are confident this will happen. Our only question is who will be the first to do so?”  Robert Cathcart

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Robert Cathcart at 970-903-8976 or email at Cathcart.rgc@gmail.com.

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