My idea of Phonons through crystal lattices to perform mathematical functions. (LIGO submethod). Combine with LIGO Light Method for multiple subsystems.

So the basis of the LIGO method is that you use different wave/particle frequencies of light to go through a crystal bouncing off of a neutron or a proton as your yes or no function before hand. The crystal is the function and is read from above or below certain atoms using different frequencies of light particles/waves to get a “bit” of information.

Having learning of Phonons this morning it may be faster through the solid crystal materials to use sound waves articulating throughout the material if the material is short enough and wider than the width of what a light wave/particle could do. The only problem I see that light travels faster than speed. Meaning you’ll get more computational power out of a light based computer than a sound based one but that you may be able to get more bit’s of information from a single entry point using sound oscillation and light determination usage. But if we use the LIGO Method mentioned before where we use the Super position of the atoms lights and their cast shadow reference angles as increased informational points we may be able to get more information from the function(s) faster. Depending on whether you can use light waves/particles to cross interfere with one another to achieve those “shadow areas”. You end up with “stars of super position throughout the surrounding area of the atom relative to the points of the atom based on the number of neutrons and protons. It’s best if it’s even like silicon at 14/14 but it may also be of benefit to have lobsided isotopes to spin them up to speed through laser or sound oscillation based on the standing state of the atoms electrons fields as they will also have to be timed either are refraction zones or dead zones to be missed/passed by if possible through all shells. which would be much easier. Plus if you’re using sound then they will vibrate out of their initial wavy rings perhaps rotating around from left to right or perhaps up and down. It depends on the direction of the audio source and/or heat source.

Then we’ve got combined subtypes where you use both methods to transform information. One to spread the information around at the beginning of the cycle through sound and then light to travel it through the system to increase it’s output to a greater magnitude. It also opens up multi stage/level production systems where you could have pure sound and pure light working in tandem on top of each other so that they translate different types of information based on the material they travel through and whether you use which reading method at the end of the function or during the functions creation. You could essentially take an audio subsect and vibrate it through a material and then use an above vibration to force its pathway to a light source which would oscillate slightly as the atoms shake. If atoms are arranged either side of this tunnel then you get a bounding box that allows for read through of light from sound and to get the opposite you use lasers to increase the heat to change the way the sound travels through the enclosed space. Meaning its an interchangeable system of information meaning it can go both backwards and forwards with no additional effort. Useful for reverse functional readings while computing initial outputs.

As the masses change through the interaction of the center of the atom as its compresses from one or more sides form the sound or refracted and warmed by the laser there are a set of rules: to be updated as I realise what’s needed:

  1. Shape of the nuclei. Deformation.
  2. Deformation of the heat vectors of the areas or interaction over time to know that the materials being functionally recorded aren’t changing within a certain set of parameters.
  3. Deformation of laser direction as they refract from the protons/neutrons of the atoms.
  4. Structural changes to the crystalline structures as they’re interacted with. “Burning out may be an issue”.
  5. Radiation from the output of the entire system if using certain isotopes.
  6. Qutrits and above becoming unstable or non-usable. System break down over time. Not likely if kept within a certain temp range using cooler laser or wider/or perhaps more refined sound (determined through experimentation only) but they may not offer the same type of information from other possible crystal builds.

Lets go with the graphics processor for a bit. You’ll need ram too I suppose but wouldn’t that be the laser/sound type being used. The frequency of each would represent the rate of the ram’s speed in a non traditional sense. Being that the read speed is determined by the endpoint of the process and the number of bits being read and you can lengthen/speed up the read speed to the speed of light through a material/differing materials so it’s 299,792,458 m / s and if we’re talking things that are picometers in length it’s 2.99792458e+20 picometers/sec. Let’s say that we’re using a tunnel of silicon with perfectly facing silicon atoms with a proper function of 1+1+1+1+1+1=?. Silicon have 111 picometers atomic radii. Let’s say there are six of them to complete this function. So 666 picometers. 666Picometers/2.99792458e+20 picometers/sec= 2.2215369e-18 quintillionths of a second to derive the answer of the function in this particular case. Of course you could use multiple atom types and you would need to ask if a something like a diamonds carbon (the problem here is you need to make a atom to molecule comparison chart to determine which is best use case for what is needed mathematically.) nuclei is “Clearer” than the muddy silicons and may refract differently or if all protons and Neutrons are made the same. DO they have different masses based on their atomic mass of the atom. Most likely. Cesium is heavier than hydrogen so it may move less and be a better reflector having less atomic spin from a simple interaction but it may also be less responsive as there are more chances to get the “wrong yes/no” answer that you were looking for so good aim is required.

Why would you want to use sound. At 20 degrees C it moves 343 M/s not even close to light. But it does require less power per output. As lasers are difficult to work with. Perhaps for higher functioning things you would use lasers and for lower functioning things you would use sound. And for things that took too long with sound you could transform them up to the light level and have them done quickly, and if they are menial in nature after initial computation from light are passed down to sound.

Have a good day all.


We know that electrons travel 2200 kilometers a second so as long as we know the orbital width based on average shell radii and nuclei width around the nuclei we know how to time the firing method to by pass them. We know that most likely due to the forces require for an atom to exist that if you tap the nuclei in some way it’ll shake the electron nearest it in a wave effect shaking the atom so engaging the electrons may be useful first.

But if you reenforce them the—the name escapes me—it looks like a wavy circle of electrons and it’s their oscillation around their shell at optimal knowledge. Standing frequency? Can’t remember at the moment. I’ll clear it up if I can.

Anyway reenforce the outer electrons with structural bonds allowing nuclei access and we would see if the nuclei would spin meaning they would need to be brought up to a “read” speed where we get consistent yes/no’s based on the phonons or photons and if not and remains static then we just lock it into place and build our subtunnels that way—(I don’t know this yet. I have yet to find this information on the web yet.)

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