Quantum Physics

Act of observation
Theoretically, any of the swarm of infinite possibilities present in the possibility wave can become reality. But only one does. The swarm is then said to have “collapsed” into a particular reality. One of the factors that determine the direction in which the swarm of possibilities collapses is the act of observation. In a quantum universe, phenomena and space and time are affected by the observer. All possibilities exist in the quantum field; the act of observation collapses them into probability. In the realm of possibility, the electron is not separate from us, from consciousness. It is a possibility of...
String Theory and Theory of Entanglement
How can an electron jump from one spot to another without going through the space between the two points, and without taking any time to complete the process? Even Albert Einstein was baffled by the phenomenon. String theory solves the problem by postulating an eleven-dimensional multiverse. Electrons may jump out of existence in our universe, into another, and then reappear in our universe. The tunnel through which the electrons pass exist in another universe within the multiverse, and is not subject to the rules of space and time that govern the limited number of dimensions of which we are aware....
Entanglement of our brains
One of the most exciting new areas of brain research is the field of mirror neurons. Mirror neurons are neurons that fire in our brains when we witness an act done by another that requires the same group of neurons. When the neurons in the other person’s brain fire and that person performs the action, the neurons in our brains fire in sympathy. When another person puts on a hat, for instance, the neurons in our brains that govern that action fire when we witness their action, just as the other person’s neurons do when they perform it. This whole...

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