# See anyone's future or past using Super computer, like this? [closed]

Is it possible to see anyone's past or future using super computer, like this?

consider 256X256 dimensioned image. [or take any dimension.] Now think about all the combination of pixel colors for that dimensioned image. and store all combination images in one storage device.

Now we have one storage device that has all the images. In those images, It is possible that one image is your face, any planet, your past frames, any future movie poster or any

thing as you think.

We have to extract frames that are your future frames or past frames. How to extract those frames?

My solution is -

Consider we are giving particular IDs on all the images after following some standards. Now record video from your nose. I mean capture what you see in camera for some time duration. [10 Seconds or more.] Plot the graph from (time ->Image IDs) : (X->Y) Where we will take time:(X)for when you captured video. And for Image IDs, these Image IDs ,we will get from our captured video frames. Plot graph. and see the values. Suppose these graph follows particular algorithm or any mathematical equation. Then we get Image IDs for any time. and after using Image IDs we get Images those may be our future or past depends upon time values.

Is this idea is possible or feasible or may be wrong?

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I bet that idea was mind boggling when you were hitting the hookah :) – Arctor May 1 '11 at 17:28
You're only going to get past present available for extraction, for the real past present of what you videoed. You may be able to search the infinite number of images with you in them, but some will be you upside down in the sky floating over mars, with a girl, some with a naked man and you smiling and with no eyebrows. And some will be you in towns you've never been in and never would be in. It's like the fact that with enough monkeys and enough typewriters you could produce the complete works of william shakespeare. – barlop May 4 '11 at 16:15
and not just shakespeare, You'd also produce the bible. If you wanted to find something though you'd have to know it letter for letter. – barlop May 4 '11 at 16:17
This might've been a question for stackoverflow! – barlop May 4 '11 at 16:19

## closed as not a real question by Linker3000, RedGrittyBrick, William Hilsum, Stephen Jennings, MajenkoMay 1 '11 at 17:28

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