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I admit I'm late to following this whole new HALO ARGS session this time (I was among the SF payphone chases for H2).

Here's a question I'd like assistance with, it is in regards to the 801snpow.jpg:

This is just a reiteration of what been done with regards to it. It's been established that the image had an underlying image (through the use of changing Levels and/or brightness/contrass. The imaged revealed the following snippet: Ψ(bar, sub 0) = √(m/π)*e. What we know is, It's a part of a "quantum mechanic formula".

Playing around with my OSX, I typed that partial entry (using Special Characters) into the Google Search entry box of my Safari browser. It got me this result:

Each of these were posted 3 days ago from today (dating them to August 4). The formula appeared as the following:
    Ψ(bar, sub 0) = √(m/π)*e^(-2α(xbarsubi)² + A)?

One of the entries had an intelligent responce. He posted a link to Wikipedia: Normal Distribution. Upon checking it, I found it didn't possess the same formula.

I took it upon myself to assume this - Ψ(bar, sub 0) = √(m/π)*e^(-2α(xbarsubi)² + A) - is what I was looking for (and so were two other persons out there). I copied and pasted the formula into a new Safari browser. The results were nothing; it was too specific.

I shortened it down to this: Ψ(bar, sub 0) = √(m/π)*e. Not so suprisingly the same three results appeared at the top... Surprisingly a new result appeared right below:

This is her question:
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please list all your steps you can find the problem on page 107 of stephen hawkings the universe in a nutshell (thanx daniel g for getting me the full equation btw)


Then the revelation: A friendly user cordially responded to the original poster's question. He posted a link to this image:
Here is a scan so you can see it better:
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After some tweaking around on Photoshop, I come to the conclusion that our embedded snippet was a resample of this image.


Wed Aug 08, 2007 1:11 am
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Yeah, that's old news by now, great job though, good to see people still working hard to find answers :D Have you seen the fake book that involves the equation? Thus far it appears the equation was only there to lead us to the book, but that idea could be proven wrong :)


Wed Aug 08, 2007 2:26 am
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http://www.amazon.com/Castaway-Theory-J ... 91-6315666

What else do we know about this book, the Castaway Theory? I see users have attacked AdjutantReflex' avatar to it, as well as the glyphs. It's noted that the book was published by Golden Wings (what we know as Iris).

It also doesn't help that some of Amazon's new users who gave reviews to it are a bit nubbish in their public assistance.
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Besides, if the book is fake, it's fake for a reason.


Thu Aug 09, 2007 6:54 pm
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personally i think this is huge... Has anyone officially found out what this formula means.. or what the castaway theory even states?


Sat Aug 11, 2007 10:16 pm
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Bradxd wrote:
personally i think this is huge... Has anyone officially found out what this formula means.. or what the castaway theory even states?

The formula is a quantum mechanics wave form formula, and right now its worthless same goes to the book. They were clues for Server 4, and since that's open, this is obsolete.


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The original equation given to us is incomplete, though it can be seen as an example of Schrödinger’s equation. Many of his equations incorporate Newton's second law: f=ma. Einstien theorized that if you could travel faster than the speed of light you would be able to observe the past in some way. Of course, it's incomplete and different from most of Schrödinger’s equations, so it's possible that it is trying to hypothesize time travel.

Now, How does this relate to Halo 3?
Well, indirectly, it does. Marathon Infinity(Well, it's Wikipedia), or Marathon 3, had the player jumping through different realities, or time traveling between instances in previous games. Bungie has been known to share themes between this series and Halo, so I wouldn't think that time-travel will be out of the question, but being that all this info is incomplete, we can only leave the speculation as speculation.

However, I had another thought(woah) after reading more thoroughly into Schrödinger’s work(or rather the influence he had on other people's works). The Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, being loosely based on Schrödinger’s equation, might hint at how the Halo's work: Taking protons and photons and using them in a way that destroys matter.


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Protons and photons don't blow up, matter and anti-matter do (Yes antimatter exists).


Sat Aug 11, 2007 11:26 pm
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Omega Hunter 9 wrote:
Protons and photons don't blow up, matter and anti-matter do (Yes antimatter exists).

Sorry, I was incorrect. As you can imagine it was a bit tiring to type all that. Though, matter and antimatter don't blow up as they so much cancel each other out, so to speak.


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Crunchman wrote:
Omega Hunter 9 wrote:
Protons and photons don't blow up, matter and anti-matter do (Yes antimatter exists).

Sorry, I was incorrect. As you can imagine it was a bit tiring to type all that. Though, matter and antimatter don't blow up as they so much cancel each other out, so to speak.

True, blowing up infers a breaking apart. What happens is that when the proton and anti-proton touch, they transend into pure energy (heat, radiation, light), since matter and energy are interchangable in nuclear reactions.


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