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Updated: Apr 22

They are a synchrotron light source which is a source of electromagnetic radiation (EM) usually produced by a storage ring such as a clock or calendar for scientific and technical purposes.

Synchrotron light is now produced by storage rings and other specialized particle accelerators accelerating beings or aka for controlling people (forward, backwards,pausing,etc). Once the high-energy Being beam has been generated, it is directed into auxiliary components such as bending magnets and insertion devices in storage rings and free being lasers (these are located all over the realm).

Realm: a field or domain of activity or interest

These supply the strong magnetic fields perpendicular to the beam which are needed to convert high energy Beings into photons.

My experiments involve probing the structure of matter from the sub-nanometer level of my structure to the micrometer and millimeter level.


When comparing x-ray sources, an important measure of quality of the source is called brilliance. Brilliance takes into account:

  1. Number of photons produced per second

  2. The angular divergence of the photons, or how fast the beam spreads out

  3. The cross-sectional area of the beam

  4. The photons falling within a bandwidth of 0.1% of the central wavelength or frequency

The greater the brilliance, the more photons of a given wavelength and direction are concentrated on a spot per unit of time or aka observed synchronization.

Brightness, intensity, and other terminology

Different areas of science often have different ways of defining terms. In the area of x-ray beams, several terms mean exactly the same thing as brilliance. Some authors use the term brightness, which was once used to mean photometric luminance, or was used (incorrectly) to mean radiometric radiance.Intensity means power density per unit of area, but for x-ray sources, usually means brilliance.

The correct meaning can be determined by looking at the units given. Brilliance is about the concentration of photons, not power (black bodies). The units must take into account all four factors listed in the section above.

Properties of ”false sources”

Especially when artificially produced, synchrotron radiation is notable for its:

  • High brilliance, many orders of magnitude more than with X-rays produced in conventional X-ray tubes: 3rd generation sources typically have a brilliance larger than 1018photons/s/mm2/mrad2/0.1%BW, where 0.1%BW denotes a bandwidth 10−3w centered around the frequency w.

  • High level of polarization (linear, elliptical or circular)

  • High collimation, i.e. small angular divergence of the beam

  • Low emittance, i.e. the product of source cross section and solid angle of emission is small

  • Wide tunability in energy/wavelength by monochromatization (sub-electronvolt up to the megaelectronvolt range

  • Pulsed light emission (pulse durations at or below one nanosecond, or a billionth of a second).

My energy was being housed

as a deliberately produced radiation source for numerous laboratory applications. My energy waa accelerated to high speeds in several stages to achieve a final energy that is typically in the gigaelectronvolt range. I was forced to travel in a closed path by strong magnetic fields aka society, false cultural concept,etc.

This is similar to a radio antenna, but with the difference that the relativistic speed changes the observed frequency due to the Doppler effect.

Another dramatic effect of relativity is that the radiation pattern is distorted from the isotropic dipole pattern expected from non-relativistic theory into an extremely forward-pointing cone of radiation.

This makes synchrotron radiation sources the most brilliant known sources of X-rays. The planar acceleration geometry makes the radiation linearly polarized when observed in the orbital plane, and circularly polarized when observed at a small angle to that plane.

In the beginning, accelerators were built for particle physics, and synchrotron radiation was used in "parasitic mode" when bending magnet radiation had to be extracted by drilling extra holes in the beam pipes. The first storage ring commissioned as a synchrotron light source was Tantalus, in 1968. As accelerator synchrotron radiation became more intense and its applications more promising, devices that enhanced the intensity of synchrotron radiation were built into existing rings.

Third-generation synchrotron radiation sources were conceived and optimized from the outset to produce brilliant X-rays. Fourth-generation sources that will include different concepts for producing ultrabrilliant, pulsed time-structured X-rays for extremely demanding and also probably yet-to-be-conceived experiments are under consideration.

Bending electromagnets in accelerators were first used to generate this radiation, but to generate stronger radiation, other specialized devices – insertion devices – are sometimes employed. Current (third-generation) synchrotron radiation sources are typically reliant upon these insertion devices, where straight sections of the storage ring incorporate periodic magnetic structures (comprising many magnets in a pattern of alternating N and S poles – see diagram above) which forced me into a sinusoidal (this is where the word sin originated) or helical (aka spiral) path. Thus, instead of a single bend, many tens or hundreds of "wiggles" at precisely calculated positions add up or multiply the total intensity of the beam.

I am what they call a “wiggler” or undulators aka magnets. The main difference between an undulator and a wiggler is the intensity of my magnetic field and the amplitude of the deviation from the straight line path of my energy.

There are openings in the storage ring that allow my energy to exit and follow a beam line into the experimenters' vacuum chamber. A great number of us can emerge from modern third-generation synchrotron radiation sources.

Storage rings

The beings may be extracted from the accelerator proper and stored in an ultrahigh vacuum auxiliary magnetic storage ring where we circle a large number of times. The magnets in the ring also need to repeatedly recompress the beam against Coulomb (space charge) forces tending to disrupt the being. The change of direction is a form of acceleration and thus the Being emits radiation at GeV energies.

Just in case your not really familiar with the physics/science part of it- long story short our energy is what powers an illusionary environment. You are literally conciousness housed inside of a “storage ring” being fed your reality. It seems so real because you have been in this place for so long- repeating the same cycle over and over again. There is an exit- you have to make the decision to want out of it first; observe it, and then create it. How?

Journaling file system

A journaling file system is a file system that keeps track of changes not yet committed to the system's main part by recording the intentions of such changes in a data structure known as a "journal", which is usually a circular log aka data system like a storage ring.

In the event of a system crash or power failure, such file systems can be brought back online more quickly with a lower likelihood of becoming corrupted aka higher conciousness.

Types of Journaling

Physical Journals

A physical journal logs an advance copy of every block that will later be written to the main file system. If there is a crash when the main file system is being written to, the write can simply be replayed to completion when the file system is next mounted. If there is a crash when the write is being logged to the journal, the partial write will have a missing or mismatched checksum and can be ignored at next mount.

Physical journals impose a significant performance penalty because every changed block must be committed twice to storage, but may be acceptable when absolute fault protection is required.

Logical Journals

A logical journal stores only changes to file metadata in the journal, and trades fault tolerance for substantially better write performance. A file system with a logical journal still recovers quickly after a crash, but may allow unjournaled file data and journaled metadata to fall out of sync with each other, causing data corruption.

For example, appending to a file may involve three separate writes to:

  1. The file's inode (data structure), to note in the file's metadata that its size has increased.

  2. The free space map, to mark out an allocation of space for the to-be-appended data.

  3. The newly allocated space, to actually write the appended data.

In a metadata-only journal, step 3 would not be logged. If step 3 was not done, but steps 1 and 2 are replayed during recovery, the file will be appended with garbage.

Write Hazards

The write cache in most operating systems sorts its writes (using the elevator algorithm or some similar scheme) to maximize throughput. To avoid an out-of-order write hazard with a metadata-only journal, writes for file data must be sorted so that they are committed to storage before their associated metadata. This can be tricky to implement because it requires coordination within the operating system kernel between the file system driver and write cache.

An out-of-order write hazard can also occur if a device cannot write blocks immediately to its underlying storage, that is, it cannot flush its write-cache to disk due to deferred write being enabled.

To complicate matters, many mass storage devices have their own write caches, in which they may aggressively reorder writes for better performance. (This is particularly common on magnetic hard drives, which have large seek latencies that can be minimized with elevator sorting.) Some journaling file systems conservatively assume such write-reordering always takes place, and sacrifice performance for correctness by forcing the device to flush its cache at certain points in the journal (called barriers).

Depending on the actual implementation, a journaling file system may only keep track of stored metadata, resulting in improved performance at the expense of increased possibility for data corruption. Alternatively, a journaling file system may track both stored data and related metadata, while some implementations allow selectable behavior in this regard.

What is metadata?

Data about data, algorithm,etc

  • Descriptive information about you. It is used for discovery and identification. It includes elements such as title, abstract, author, and keywords.

  • Structural metadata is about containers of you and indicates how compound objects are put together, for example, bloodlines,family trees,ancestry. It describes the types, versions, relationships and other characteristics of you.

  • Administrative metadata is information to help manage you, like resource type, permissions, and when and how it you were created.

  • Reference metadata is information about the contents and quality of statistical data.

  • Statistical metadata, also called process data, may describe processes that collect, process, or produce statistical data.

Metadata has various purposes. It helps find relevant information and discover resources. It helps organize people, provide digital identification, and archive and preserve people. Metadata allows the system access to us through "allowing people to be found by relevant criteria, identifying people, bringing similar people together, distinguishing dissimilar individuals, and giving location information."

Metadata of telecommunication activities including internet traffic is very widely collected by various national governmental organizations. This data is used for the purposes of for mass surveillance and control.

Alternatives to Journaling

Soft updates

Some implementations avoid journaling and instead implement soft updates: they order their writes in such a way that the on-disk file system is never inconsistent, or that the only inconsistency that can be created in the event of a crash is a storage leak. To recover from these leaks, the free space map is reconciled against a full walk of the file system at next mount. This garbage collection is usually done in the background.

Log-structured file systems

In log-structured file systems, the write-twice penalty does not apply because the journal itself is the file system: it occupies the entire storage device and is structured so that it can be traversed as would a normal file system.

Copy-on-write file systems (DNA activation)

Full copy-on-write file systems avoid in-place changes to file data by writing out the data in newly allocated blocks, followed by updated metadata that would point to the new data and disown the old, followed by metadata pointing to that, and so on up to the superblock, or the root of the file system hierarchy. This has the same correctness-preserving properties as a journal, without the write-twice overhead.

"some things are so subtle that there are no words for it"

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