Dr. Tamas Lajtner

Thought Force
and an outline of its physics
Life, Evolution, Spaces, Time
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Dr. Tamas Lajtner has researched the force of thought for more than twenty-five years.

Thought force is a real phenomenon. It is not the same as the brain's electromagnetic signal. Thought force is immeasurable without appropriate indicators, this force is an unexplored fundamental interaction.

Therefore it does not exist in terms of physics theories. No problem. We can use it if it is not qualified as science. Using thought force is our inborn capacity.
Main topics of the book:

Thought, Consciousness, Life, Soul, Evolution, Thought force

What is time?

Spaces made of matter
Matter made of space

Why is the speed of light constant?

Fast wave-Wave-Particle Triality,  Two ways to distinguish one inertial frame from another,
Newton's First law of Motion is disputable

Superluminal velocities
Over-superluminal velocity, Relativity superluminal

Finite Universe, Ouroboros-like Universe
How big is our Universe?
Thought force is very intriguing. Everybody has it, but nobody knows what it is.
Dr. Lajtner gives a reader-friendly explanation.
Thought has several unexpected and incredible attributes.
One of them is that
The second incredible attribute is its superluminal (faster than light) velocity.
How does superluminal velocity work?

The rule is simple :
"A step in the country of giants is longer than in the country of dwarves."
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The third incredible attribute is that thought force is able to move real objects.
Their motion can be measured, captured with cameras and analyzed by computers. A new technology can be founded on these measurements, calculations and methods: Thought Technology.
And a touch of physics.
Mass has constant velocity from the viewpoint of space. Always.
Light always travels at a constant velocity (c= 299,792,458 meters per second (=186,000 mi/s) in vacuum). Light travels at the velocity c regardless of the motion of its source or the (inertial) reference frame of the observer.
So, using the speed of light, we can express meters in seconds and vice versa.

In physics is a usual procedure to express meters in seconds and seconds in meters. In the coordinate systems below and in the video spatial distances and times are expressed in meters. In my Space-Matter Theory the "converter" is not the velocity of light, but the velocity of space waves.
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In space, an object accelerates unless acted upon by a force this is why the Universe accelerates. We see this acceleration. This is our viewpoint from a "normal" frame of reference.  In space, an object with mass continues to move at constant velocity in a straight line from the viewpoint of space waves. Always.

Space is a special inertial frame of reference where mass has no acceleration. It is a very special inertial frame of reference. In our frame of reference the given mass may accelerate, the same motion has a constant velocity in a straight line from the viewpoint of space.

I put here four pictures. If you did not understand the video please study these figures. You will understand them. Need more help? Read the book.
Slow mass, short wavelength of space wave
Fast mass, longer wavelength of space wave
Mass (slow)  uses more wavelengths of space wave for its unit
Mass (fast)  uses more wavelengths of space wave for its unit
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I am searching for a university in the USA, the UK, CA or AU where I may have the opportunity to present and teach this book, while also arranging a becoming  introduction of my thought-run devices developed in Hungary (EU), and strictly unrevealed to the public so far.

How does thought work?
Evolution or Creative Desing?
Where is our soul?
What is life?
How does mass work?
How does light work?
These and several other important questions will be answered in this reader-friendly book.
As a nice preview watch the short video below.
Elephants think
(with slo-mo) 4:23
A baby elephant being rescued from a hole it had fallen into. The baby elephant is at the bottom of a large hole. Game wardens are filling up the large hole, and it is becoming shallower and shallower. In a small lake nearby, but out of sight, the baby elephant's mother and four elephants are standing.

Eventually, the baby elephant manages to climb out of the hole, and sets off towards the other elephants. When it appears at the lakeside, the five others run up to the baby, hooting loudly. They are evidently very happy. They greet the baby elephant just as happily as human beings when we meet a long-awaited friend.

Once reunited, the six elephants stand motionless. Then, the mother elephant slightly raises her trunk and lowers it (2:55). She repeats these motions and stands perplexed for a while(3:05). Turning slightly towards the people who are present, she raises her trunk higher than before (3:14). The other five elephants do not move. Finally, the mother elephant turns to face the game warders and elevates her trunk as high as she can. (3:39.) The game wardens break into cheers. Now the mother elephant lowers her trunk, turns around, and without looking back, she sets off with the other elephants.
I have given a red circle and slo-mo that highlight how the elephant "thank you" says.
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