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with nothing in it. It's empty this time.
That's 22...
In all the equations that describe motion
and heat and entropy.
In all Feynman diagrams what's the
one variable that you can turn negative...
and still get rational answers for?
It's not mass.
Twenty-two hours, 27 minutes in the box.
- It's an odd number.
- That's 1,347 minutes.
- 1,347, man, you got that fast.
- How did you know it's odd?
Because this is it. This is what's going on.
There's an "A" end and a "B" end.
Let's say the A end is 12:00,and the B end is 12:01.
All right? We start the machine
with the Weeble at the A end.
- It travels forward...
- You got to write this down.
- There's nothing to write down.
- I'll write it down.
It travels forward normally
towards the B end.
When it gets there,
the feed runs down parabolically...
until it should stop, but it curves
back around towards the A end.
When it gets back to the A end...
Curve that around. The Weeble...
has experienced a total of two minutes,
and again it curves...
- Back around. It curves parabolically.
- Right.
It comes back around
and it does this about 1,300 times.
When it finally exits on the B end...
it's travelled an odd number
of forward and backward trips.
What is so special about 1,300?
Why is it about 1,300? Why isn't it exact?
- This is not empirical.
- Here, give me that.
I don't know why it's not exact.
There's some sort of probability there.
Every time it hits the B end
there's a chance...
a small chance it won't
curve back around towards the A end.
And for some reason, it takes
about 1,300 trips before it finally does.
It does have to exit, or else
we wouldn't be able to see it afterwards.
Okay, let's take a look at this.
Twenty-two hours, 14 minutes.
- 1,334 minutes.
- Even.
Enter at the B end.
Exit at the B end.
- I just want you to see it the way I saw it.
- I am trying, okay?
Everything we're putting in that box
comes ungrounded.
And I don't mean grounded to the earth,
I mean not tethered.
We're blocking whatever keeps it
moving forward, so they flip-flop.
Inside the box, it's like a street,
and both ends are cul-de-sacs.
This isn't frame dragging or wormhole
matching. It's basic mechanics and heat.
This is not mechanics and heat.
- We can publish.
- Yeah, we can publish.
No, I mean we can really publish.
Aaron, the Weeble's stupid. It can't move.
Even if we were
to put the Weeble in at point B...
it's still going to bounce back and forth
until it's kicked out at the B end.
But if it were smart...
it could enter at the B end
and exit at the A end before it flips back.
You're talking about making a bigger one.
I didn't say anything.
You're the one talking about it.
So, you believe me?
No, I don't.
Come on. Let's go get a drink or something.
- We're going to have to move it.
- We will.
We need a box big enough for a person
to fit into. As far as turning it on...
I was testing the box. It turns out
over half the rings are redundant.
The inner ring is strong enough on its own,
so it makes the plate smaller.
A lot more is unnecessary.
What we can do...
is take a lot of these small plates and
surround a container with a web of them.
How small?
It should be accumulative so a lot of
mini-fields equal one big one, right?
Yeah, sum of series, that makes sense.
What I was going to say is we need
to find a place where we can put it...
and turn it on and it won't be disturbed.
We could just lock it in a closet.
Someplace where someone's not going to
go poking around and messing with it.
And climate-controlled.
Yeah, so whatever, we'll find some place.
So, if we go your route with what?
A bunch of mini-fields?
That's a lot of work. We'd have to...
I mean, how many days is that?
Abe, you know what we could use?
I know we've seen
a lot of crazy things lately, okay?
I know you're still trying to put
it all together in a way that makes sense.
Look, I just want you to understand
that what
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