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Subject Post 2Subject: Re: Causality and Probability: Part One Sat Oct 31, 2015 4:24 pm
Yuel's lifeless body lay still in the pod. With the consideration of the residents, at the very least she still looked healthy, just unresponsive. One of the most concerning issues would likely have been the fact that the particles--presumably the theoretical tachyons as Yuel (and evidently ASRA) assumed it to be--stayed strongly bonded with the source of Yuel's minimal spiritual energy, that is to say her soul.
Alongside their presence on the subject of concerns was Yuel's scarring. The tendrils deeply embedded the Renkinjutsu sigils into her skin, and despite future technology's rehabilitation potential, they failed to heal away. With some observation one could see that remnants of spiritual particles stayed present in small amounts, congregating around the lines.
They may be the reason for the scarred tissue staying put, but without aggressive testing it didn't seem like knowing from sheer observation was feasible. Either way, even if one were to carry through with the testing either way, they would inevitably find that the spiritual particles wouldn't leave the scarring anyways.
Yuel sat at the top of a tree-branch, watching as the sub-unit exited a portal and took to the seat of a bench in Fuma Park. While Yuel hadn't much memory to go off of concerning her current existence in this point in time and space, she was still one of the renditions conscious of her body and soul's lack of obedience to the fourth dimension's laws. Add onto that some level of awareness to the sequence of events this time around, it was easy enough to understand the premise of her current subject of study in this moment: ASRA.
As per her memories, this occasion was one of the many in which the two meet. From some scattered memories, Yuel could gather the purpose between their constant meeting, and in reaction Yuel giggled loud enough to be heard. With a swing of her legs she hopped off the tree branch when the mechanical being spoke aloud.
"Mmm, but, isn't it actually the other way around? it's been at least thirty minutes, you'know? But I suppose you wouldn't know that? 'Cause even I don't exactly know what these things are; at the very least, they're not theoretical."
For once in quite a while, Yuel felt in control of the situation. Her memories may span up to sixteen years this time around, but in accordance with those very memories her body was fifteen at this time. With her condescension growing, but maturity or lack thereof stagnant, she spoke with an air of superiority.
She couldn't know for sure, but the primary connecting force of her appearance was the particles within her, and knowing that this occasion wasn't too long ago from the "event", it was easy enough to gather that the still theoretical "tachyons" were presumably the driving force.
That being said, aside from estimated calculations, the main identifier of her presence was these very "tachyons", and by extension she must have been tracked in such a manner. Alas, tachyons were not quite the particle responsible, but even Yuel didn't know of this at that time.
"Ne... Chasing after me wherever I appear isn't a good use of your time, you'know? After all, at this point I'm more or less an apparition..."
A sense of melancholy fogged her eyes. Regardless, the girl still rose her face to meet ASRA's, and a pulse of vigor filled her forced smile. Putting her hands behind her back Yuel began pacing back and forth with wide but slow steps, continuing on to speak with her chin raised to stare at the sky.
"Your time's better spent continuing to watch the "other" me. Since, at this moment, there should be around four other of my selves running around? No, it's actually five now. And three of them are from the same point and time, oddly enough... hahhh..."
Yuel abruptly stopped her pacing and faced ASRA, prompting to walk over and sit on a spot on the bench right next to her. Leaning forward, Yuel placed her palm under her chin and elbows on her knees. She closed her eyes and wore a stiff smile. Pausing for a few seconds, the blonde stretched her arms upwards and leaped to a stand, turning over to offer a hand to ASRA.
"I don't actually know how this specific conversation goes, actually. So, what brings you to the park? Would you like to take a walk as we talk about it?"
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Subject Post 4Subject: Re: Causality and Probability: Part One Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:23 pm
"Hmm... 23% is actually pretty good for an unproven particle though, you know."
Feeding her ego was the fact that Yuel knew more about this unknown particle than the girl before her. But at the same time, she felt a tad petty for such a feeling. After all, Yuel had more experience with dealing with the particle. It was like saying she was better at putting on socks as a 12 year old than a 2 year old; it was a matter of time that differentiated them, for the most part. Though, maybe that analogy was too trivial?
"Mmm, well it's not to say that it might just be another theoreticaly particle, like gravitons. They bend space-time after all. Or maybe it's just a normal hyper-condensed mass of electrons accelerated and thrashing Cherenkov radiation about, rippling space and contracting it simultaneously? Not that it properly accounts for the actual time disparities. But, maybe it's another particle undiscovered whatsoever altogether?"
Yuel let out a self-scorning giggle, at some point wondering if the being before her grasped sarcasm. Her knowledge towards the other being was mainly to the extent of their interests in herself specifically, and that was pretty much all. Ah well, if it came to it she could probably just more thoroughly describe what she meant? That'd be a tad tedious, though.
Yuel's eyes opened a bit wide, both from embarrassment and astonishment. As a scientist, having a particle named after herself was a massive honour, and any infophile would get all giddy from the fact. But, for the same reasons as her pride in knowing this very particle better than others, she felt a tad petty.
"No no, that wouldn't do. Like I said, it's not even guaranteed that this is a new particle altogether. At most, the properties simply exhibit similar effects to what we'd think a tachyon would. Besides, wouldn't it sound cooler to name it after something that connected to me, but modestly wasn't anything directly connected to me itself? Either way, if I was ever actually to name it, it'd probably be 'the Keter Particle'. Feel free to ask me why, but that aside..."
The blonde took particular notice to the being's anecdote on temporal relativity. To be honest, Yuel hadn't thought of her existence from the perspective of temporally-applied special relativity. If anything, that helps observe her situation a lot more simply. But more so than the temporal relativity note, Yuel found it strange to relate her metaphysical/physical state to destroying the known universe.
"Did you not research the event thoroughly enough? It should be known that only my timeline is directly affected. There's essentially no way for these particles disrupting my existence to affect the rest of the universe as a whole. Isn't this one of the reasons you find the chances of these particles being tachyons at 23%?"
With the girl rising from the bench, Yuel smiled considering the accepted proposal. A walk seemed pleasant, and an appropriate accompaniment to a depth'd discussion, right? Meh, sure as she would know. Yuel rarely ever engaged in activities like these, but a first for everything right?
In regards to the jab on Yuel's pride, alongside the entire speech... well, Yuel actually took all of it fairly seriously. While Yuel did often make a joke here and there, it was a rarity to begin with. In fact, most of the time she took things seriously, and jokes were thought to be made as a result of misunderstandings... like now.
"Mmm, I appreciate the sentiment. It's actually been a while since I last "hanged out" with someone. But, I do look forward to you understanding this particle for both our benefits. But researching things outside of myself seems to be prudent. The more things you study, the faster the human you comes out, and I look forward to the times we'll have."
Yuel wore a wry but whole-hearted smile, not aware of the bombshell she may have dropped just now. The blonde just continued on her walk as if everything she said amounted to be something fairly trivial. Well, to the now extremely careless Yuel, most of these things truly were trivial. So, in regards to ASRA's questions, Yuel responded as if these things were a simple matter of fact.
"I don't "experience time", as far as I'm concerned. To put it simply, I'm close to being a fourth-dimensional being? Or being to some extent, nigh-omnipresent? It's like time is another plane for me to walk through, but it's not out of my own volition to be here or there. Like you said, I merely pop into existence at random.. That is, some renditions of me. At this point, I'm not really much of a singular person in terms of "experiencing things", but at the same time I am? Think of me as a photon. I travel as a wave, and exist as a particle. Or treat me as a cat in a box. I'll be everywhere in time and space, until you measure my existential placement, in which you'll find me. Well, the more time we spend together, the more you'll figure out; so I guess we'll just have to stay like this for a bit longer?"
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Subject Post 6Subject: Re: Causality and Probability: Part One Sun Jan 17, 2016 11:59 pm
Though she didn't voice it, Yuel was fond of seeing ASRA find unreliability in a concept through sheer probability--namely the 77%. Through experience--especially the event itself--the girl long since understood how math often failed to account for too many things this existentially improbable world. Especially from either standpoints of the metaphysical as well as scientific. Alongside her "human" comment, maybe this future companion would develop more faith in statistically impossible?
"Why 'Keter'? I'm sure you can gather it's relation to the metaphysical and all... personally, it's a lot more sentimental of a reference for me. You'll figure it out soon enough~."
Yuel wore a coy smile. Quite honestly, she found a bit of pleasure in being cryptic. Not in general--no, it was being roundabout to ASRA specifically that made it enjoyable. Perhaps this would be the case to anyone with particular interest to Yuel's machinations? If anything, to pull someone in and make them guess, or mull over it themselves, made a person feel a bit special. This may have been Yuel's method to further incite ASRAs interests. After all, there were--are few people who could keep up with Yuel in her current state. ASRA may just be the best bet for an honest-to-god actual companion. Living with the potential to access memories of any point in time in any number of your futures, pasts, and presents lead up to a lonely feeling.
"Oh? Y-yeah, I-I wasn't that s-serious either, haha..."
Once more Yuel's face flushed pink. The girl looked in the other direction to hide her face, though ASRAs many methods of perception could probably detect her slight embarrassment anyways. That sort of sense only proved to persevere when the android mentioned her biosynthentic nature. The future is still uncertain, after all, and shouldn't be mentioned in the past. Sure, Yuel resisting subservience to time only affected her in the grand scene of things--but only inherently. Her own actions in the world could still pressure the stability of things.
"Uh, my mind is jumbled on occasion. It might have just been a lapse in memory? I'll get some hiccups from that, uh, 'nigh-omnipresence' you could say."
With a shy attempt to gloss over her mistakes, Yuel couldn't help but notice ASRA's. Rather, moreso than mistakes, calling it a misunderstanding was more appropriate.
"Ah, causality isn't an accurate way to put it. In fact, I often deal with probabilities to predict my appearances myself. Actually, I guess I deal with causality too? Basically it's not the primary function I use in correlation to my existence(s). I'm still figuring out some of these things for myself..."
Looking down with a wry smile, Yuel's eyes were fairly aimless. For a bit, she was even absent-minded--for a bit. With a quick recovery, she continued on to reply to the rest of ASRA's misconceived ideas, not really paying attention to revealing her lack of control over her fourth-dimensional existence.
"The Sephirot relation to the unknown particle is to some extent philosophical, I'll admit; the way they're related is a bit different, though. So on that note you're half right?"
Yuel was still looking down, with glossed eyes in the other direction, though her face and pulse returned to normal; therefore, she didn't take notice to ASRA's apologetic bow. Otherwise, she certainly would've reacted flustered and all. Coincidentally, only after the android lifted her head and stepped in front of Yuel would she respond, and proceed towards the bench.
"To be honest, I don't know the answer to that question... yet. Seems like I'll get one in a few minutes though?"