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  • JeffB7 commented on Waldemar Sha's instructable How to Hide Stuff Really Securely1 month ago
    How to Hide Stuff Really Securely

    I find displaced socks all the time. And usually in places you wouldn’t expect a sock. Like stuck in the couch cushions, or stuck in the cat tree. So far they have all been empty, but I keep hoping that one will be full of future or ancient technology. More likely the past, as now the future has been warned and is less likely to use this method to hide valuables. But if you do find a sock from the future, beware it could be filled with items they don’t want like nuclear waste, or Trump bobble heads....

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  • JeffB7 commented on Waldemar Sha's instructable How to Hide Stuff Really Securely1 month ago
    How to Hide Stuff Really Securely

    I believe that in this case, we are seeing a case of temporal displacement. Obviously the items placed in the sock are time traveling remnants from the early 80's or earlier (that phone obviously doesn't belong to this time). When placed in the sock overnight, Heisenbergs uncertainty principle says that we can know the socks location, or we can know it's momentum, but never both. So when you place the sock near your bed, you know it's position, but the sock must take on an unknown momentum. Since Socks are notoriously sluggish moving by themselves in the standard X,Y,Z planes that we perceive, the sock takes on momentum in a 4th dimension. This results in the the sock being drug by the items inside of it to their originating time. In this case, the sock is now in the past. But in ...

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    I believe that in this case, we are seeing a case of temporal displacement. Obviously the items placed in the sock are time traveling remnants from the early 80's or earlier (that phone obviously doesn't belong to this time). When placed in the sock overnight, Heisenbergs uncertainty principle says that we can know the socks location, or we can know it's momentum, but never both. So when you place the sock near your bed, you know it's position, but the sock must take on an unknown momentum. Since Socks are notoriously sluggish moving by themselves in the standard X,Y,Z planes that we perceive, the sock takes on momentum in a 4th dimension. This results in the the sock being drug by the items inside of it to their originating time. In this case, the sock is now in the past. But in an interesting twist, I believe that if someone in the past finds and empties the sock, then that sock could return to it's original time. That doesn't violate Heisenberg, because you would know longer know the socks position. so this would explain how you might find the sock empty at a later date. This process can be greatly sped up by placing the sock and it's contents in the laundry along with loads and loads of other socks. We can pretty much guarantee that at least one or more socks will disappear while doing the laundry, so it would take less time than waiting overnight. Look up the Quantum Theory of Laundry to see why this is.

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