http://www.rlighthouse.com/ Richard Lighthouse is a man trying to spread the idea that "our entire universe literally blinks, off and on, at more than 1 trillion cycles every second (1.1 THz) - it is called the Lighthouse Frequency. The harmonics of this frequency can be used for

*Time travel, Travel at faster than light, Travel between parallel universes, and Instant radio communication to distant galaxies*". on his page he provides 2 mathematical approaches and 3 different empirical sources that all conclude the same thing: Our universe is literally blinking. basically a sin wave, above the X axis is matter, below is antimatter

in an interview he states that

our universe blinks 'on' and 'off' a little more than a trillion cycles per second, when our universe blinks off, the antimatter universe blinks on. and a fundamental problem in physics is trying to explain antimatter- where it's at and from, but from this explanation [Blinking Universe] it makes it clear that antimatter particles and matter particles can never meet. there's an ongoing debate in the physics community right now about the presence of antimatter, in this case basically an opposite charged electron generally referred to as a Positron, and it's very clear from this mathematical model, the Positron is **not** antimatter, it's simply ordinary matter. It actually becomes quite interesting because the mathematics that support Blinking Universe explains the relationship for ALL of the elementary particles that exist, and the simple math that supports it is 1024 QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)- *it's the same math used in a wifi signal*. it is used to transfer a signal, say between your router and your computer, but it turns out that the very same math is used to construct our universe at a trillion cycles per second.

which makes me think of the concept of internet portals.... the space between

the interview on Project Camelot

first quote starts ≈ 13:15