OP Codes Explained

We know today what we mean by sending a timestamp or step reading. However, thirty years from now, we may forget. This is why we use Op codes.
  1. Time: 24 Hour Clock
      Time transactions should be in a 24 hour clock format. For example 1:00PM is 13:00 and 00:00 would look like 0.1
  2. Time Index: XXXX.1 TOME
      When indexing time, one should add the Op Code .1 to the transaction. I have found it best to set the timeclock to a time 1 - 15 min in the future.
  3. Odometer Index: XXXXX.2 (Privacy Concerns)
      Simply add a number to your Odometer - If your car reads 35,176, set the Tx to 35,186.2
  4. Step Count Index: XXXX.3 (Privacy Concerns)
      If your current phone or watch step count reads 2,366, set your Tx to 2,566.3
  5. Positive Confirmation: .4
      This is the gray area. We are looking for Event Anomalies, anything that is unexplainable. Often times, we won't be able to layout a pencil and paper in front of us and see a message written in stone. However, strange occurances may happen when the TOME Window is opened. You may know something you shouldn't about a route you are taking. You may plug in your phone only to turn around and have it unplugged. Events such as these are positive confirmations that an Event has taken place. You will want to index this so that your future self Operating the TOME Time Ledger knows that you wittnessed the message. This transaction will be submitted as 0.4. If you were to leave your window open or wittness multiple Events simply send a Tx 4.4. It would be wise to keep a journal to record your events.
  6. Negative Confirmation: .5
      If you engage in a Mirco-Time Experiment and obtain no results and there were no anomalies, you submit a transaction with a 0.5 to mark your findings.
  7. Date Code: .6
      Index a Date mm-dd-yy
  8. Re-Sync: .7
      If you have issued an Operation and have no confirmation you can issue a re-sync. For example 10:30AM = 1030.1 you can Re-Sync at 10:45AM = 1045.7
  9. Floating Opening: .8 (No End)
      This is my favorite one and has given me results; even if I were to share my journal, the results can be doubted. This is why I have opened this project for others to replicate. Initiating a Tx with a 0.8 means that at the time the Tx is registered in the Tron-TOME Chain a window will be opened indefinitely. I propose a failsafe of 24 Hours to always close the window after that time. This means that a Tx of 0.8 registered at 11:00AM would mean you are open to TimeChain Anomalies until a stop code is sent or until 24 Hours have expired.
  10. End Float: .9 (End .8)
      This Tx operation end a 0.8 Tx Op Code with a 0.9 Tx being sent. Think of it like your panic button or off switch. Remember to record your findings on the chain with a 0.4 operation or by writing in your journal.

Guidelines and Useful Information

  1. Do keep a journal of events, both positive and negative
  2. Write down, backup and store your private key to both of your Tron Wallets - A Metal Mnemonic wallet works well - You want your journal and wallet to stand the test of time
  3. If an Event Anomaly scares you, remain calm, drink some water and send your stop code. It is much like a paranormal experience.
  4. A Negative Hypothesis is that we are achieving states of hyper-awareness and foresight. We are not traveling forward in time, but activating our Reticular Activiating System (RAS) in our brain to a state in which we are able to unlock our mind. This is like an adrenaline rush. However, if something were to occure that is outside of the norm of our bodies, we deem this an Event Anomaly and record this event to prove the Negative Hypothesis fale and thus the previously stated Positive Hypothesis true.
  5. The idea of time-travel or message travel into the future is cool, but it means nothing if it isn't recorded and will be easily forgotten the next day. If it is recorded and written down, it is science.
  6. Another theory I am working on is Time Anchors. When you submit a Tx 15min into the future you create an anchor in time for your present-soon-to-be-near-future-self and your definative-future-self (who sends a message in the past to a point yet to be lived or expirenced by the PSNFS). This anchor is a meeting place that can be used to alter your future reality based on the life that was already lived by your future self. (Insert Parallel universe theory?) When an Event Anomaly occurs, it is a secondary anchor point in response to your primary anchor point; i.e. your step odometer. In theory, you have change and altered your future and time.

    Resources of Interest

    Article: Physicists Reverse Time for Tiny Particles Inside a Quantum Computer

    Wiki: Time-Crystal

    Wiki: Zero-Point Energy