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On 5/21/2023 at 9:25 PM, DaleP said:

You all know from the slit experiment that the dots changes behaviour once it 'knows' it is being observed by eyes, camera etc... i.e. collapse of quantum reality

Based on this, if you observe the near future in 5D, you can change reality. This makes sense.

 

you not observing things with your eye ....(even then light has to "hit" reflect off something )  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_effect_(physics)

 

 

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OK, I get what you are saying.

If you closes your eyes/wear an eye mask to block out the light, basically you are saying you cannot affect anything by simply sending a thought (energy waves).

Lynn McTaggard did a thought experiment and the result was that you can affect an object/person etc from a distance. Anyway, keep on focusing on the physical realm only. It's your choice.

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15 minutes ago, DaleP said:

OK, I get what you are saying.

If you closes your eyes/wear an eye mask to block out the light, basically you are saying you cannot affect anything by simply sending a thought (energy waves).

Lynn McTaggard did a thought experiment and the result was that you can affect an object/person etc from a distance. Anyway, keep on focusing on the physical realm only. It's your choice.

you can`t see atoms/electrons  with the naked eye ..you use detectors to "observer" where they are ..its nothing to do weather and human watching or not !!!

 

 

think like in a MRI machine you use magnetic fields to make hydrogen atoms to spin/line up etc  then how they spin slow down they can figure out what tissues they are in etc ...so you need to make the spin etc to detect them etc ...so its not that the x ray technician is watch the patient or not ...but whether  has running the MRI machine to "observe" that hydrogen activity/behaviour etc 

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An electron is detected upon interaction with a photon; this interaction will inevitably alter the velocity and momentum of that electron. It is possible for other, less direct means of measurement to affect the electron. It is also necessary to distinguish clearly between the measured value of a quantity and the value resulting from the measurement process. In particular, a measurement of momentum is non-repeatable in short intervals of time. A formula (one-dimensional for simplicity) relating involved quantities, due to Niels Bohr (1928) is given by

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4 hours ago, Deca said:

you not observing things with your eye ....(even then light has to "hit" reflect off something )  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Observer_effect_(physics)

 

 

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Well aware of the effect, doesn't make the explanation accurate does it? The double-slit experiment is often quoted and not understood. Its not a light particle duality at all, light can manifest as matter, but it is still light fundamentally and evidently so.
 



When this guy stops speaking sense, I will stop posting him.

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1 hour ago, Deca said:

An electron is...


... a unit of dielectric induction, not a particle. Wireless power charging, how are the electron (particles) flowing via free space? They do not, its induction. Dielectricity is the magnetic field. In the powergrid, how are electrons flowing over empty gaps in transformers? They do not, it is induced. Many gaps along the power lines from grid to your home.
 


JJ Thompson the discoverer of the electron said it was not a particle but a unit of induction.

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basically you can`t see individual  electrons/photons or know their exact location in any given point of time  etc so sciences over the years have tried to describe them and measure them etc  ..hence its "useful" in science models to see light as a wave and another as a particle etc 

the main point is the act of trying to observer (basically using complex sensitive equipment)  something as tiny as electrons/photons etc actual effects  their behaviour etc 

unfortunately new agers misinterpreted a lot of things and thought it meet if a conscious human was watching via their bare eyes  then it alter things etc 

 

  

 

 

 

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Seeing light as a particle and a wave is the entire basis of Quantum, they merely replaced aether with quantum fields or liquid or foam or some other nonsense as they cannot bring themselves to admit aether, the real fabric of everything exists as previously postulated.
 


The above is what Michaelson and Morley were attempting to find with their poorly thought out experiment. They were not going to call it gravitational waves, much like quantum wishes to put quantum in front of everything as if it has any meaning or value. Call it whatever you want though, it is still understood by many people. 
 


Electrons, much like photons do not exist as particles. Conceptual abstractions. Electron is a unit of induction, precisely how an electron microscope works, same way an x-ray machine works only using a different induced radiation, measuring what doesn't come back rather than what comes back. Reflective vs absorptive of two different fields. Rather than being electromagnetic it is dielectric. 

MRI works dielectrically, it is the resonance of the DIELECTRIC field. Magnetic (dielectric) Resonance (vibration) Imaging (viewing). Different take on the same technology as radar in some respects, only this is held in a perfect Helmholtz coil completely still environment to only resonate and therefore view what you place in the centre.
 


Old school Ken
 


Electromagnetism is a spectrum of the same. Because we categorise segments in terms of wavelengths, vibration rate and therefore capacitance or energy holds no baring at all on what it actually is, it is light from the slowest oscillation to the fastest, which can create matter at fast enough oscillations known, its still light. Precisely why gamma radiation (still light) is so dangerous, it acts almost as if it were a particle through your body doing untold damage to your cells, DNA and RNA.

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Quantum physics simplified. Are Consciousness and Free Will linked to quantum mechanics? The double slit experiment explained. What is the difference between observation and measurement? Since Quantum Mechanics is the basis of all modern microelectronics it is extremely important for you to be able to separate quantum mechanics facts from fiction. There are misconceptions about quantum mechanics. I explain as simply as possible how quantum mechanics actually works. In 1801, British physicist Thomas Young performed a double slit experiment which showed that light was a wave, because it formed an interference pattern as a wave would. So for most of the 19th century light was considered a wave. However, in 1887, German Physicist Heinrich Hertz discovered the photoelectric effect. This is where light can knock off electrons from atoms. But this was not triggered by certain colors regardless of the intensity, but only by higher frequencies of light. This was not the way a classical wave was supposed to behave. This mystery was solved by Albert Einstein who proposed that light was not a wave, but came in packets of energy, photons. And the energy of these particles was proportional to its frequency of the wave. So Young and Einstein’s results seemed to be in conflict. Was light a wave or a particle? In 1909, G. I. Taylor performed a double slit experiment such that only one photon was emitted through the double slits at a time. He showed that individual photons look like particles, but a bunch of photons behave together like a wave. This experiment was later performed with electrons which also showed the same pattern. But people were perplexed as to what a wave of an electron actually means. In classical mechanics, Newton’s second law makes a mathematical prediction about the path a physical object will take, if you know its initial conditions. Something that showed a similar mathematical description of the wave of electrons was needed. In 1925, Austrian Physicist, Erwin Schrodinger, invented such an equation that revealed the shape of this wave function. Unlike Newton’s equation, it is not deterministic. It evolves over time. The Psi in the equation, which looks like a trident, is a wave function. In 1926, German physicist, Max Born, worked out that the psi function was related to probability. The most accepted interpretation of the wave function, called the Copenhagen interpretation, says that until a measurement is made, this equation tells us that the electron is in all the potential positions at once. So when the measurement takes place, that’s when we say that its wave function has collapsed, because only at that point can we ascertain where where electron is or what its properties are. And this collapse of the wave function is where the main confusion occurs in quantum mechanics. There is no equation that outlines exactly how this collapse occurs after measurement. This has been called the measurement problem of quantum mechanics. I’ve been careful to use the word measurement instead of “observation” – which many textbooks and physicists use interchangeably. But observation in quantum mechanics does not require eyes. It is simply a measurement. So what is a measurement? When an electron bounces off an atom, that’s a measurement. An observation in physics does not mean a conscious observer. Just about anything can be an observation. If an atom in superposition interacts bumps into another atom, that’s an observation. In the double slit experiment, when a single photon hits the screen, it collapses the probability wave of the photon. It shows up as a particle. That same photon is acting as a wave prior to hitting the screen, because it hasn’t been measured yet. The screen measures it. If enough photons are fired, you get a distribution exactly as predicted by the wave function. The measurement made was a purely physical measurement. It would not matter if anyone or any animal looked at the measurement. Overall what we can see is that the fundamental underpinnings of nature are probabilistic not deterministic. Does this justify free will? No. Just because free will implies that your decisions are not deterministic, and quantum mechanics implies that the properties of small particles are also not deterministic, the two are not related. There is no science linking the two. #quantumphysics And consciousness is not required to collapse of the wave function. The universe exists whether we are here to observe it or not. The Great Courses Plus is currently available to watch through a web browser to almost anyone in the world and optimized for the US, UK, and Australian markets. The Great Courses Plus is currently working to both optimize the product globally and accept credit card payments globally.

 

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3 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:

It works, so I wouldn't call it a waste of money personally. Same goes for Remote Viewing, works as well. 

 

I think remote sensing via things like satellite(and Chinese  weather balloons)  are more accurate and reliable(government's spend billions on this ) ..than lucky guesses  from people in altered states OK 

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1 minute ago, TheConsultant said:

I think you need another job away from here personally.

you post far more then I do .......so its more of a job for YOU ...and you get very sensitive when people point out flaws in your pseudo intellectual waffle 

 

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Its more about what it says about our current model and understanding of Physics rather than what we can or cannot do as people. Its a very interesting consequence to understanding Physics on a deeper level but I am more interested in mechanisms and methods of action. 

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8 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

Its more about what it says about our current model and understanding of Physics rather than what we can or cannot do as people. Its a very interesting consequence to understanding Physics on a deeper level but I am more interested in mechanisms and methods of action. 

its "hypothetical" theory from somebody involved in altered state research ...people start to believe all sorts when they been primed/suggested and flipped into altered states ...the human mind is a funny thing ....examples sleep depravation , isolation tanks etc 

 

 

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