The Quantum World

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

We are Light Beings ~ In the Beginning God said "Let there be Light"!

THE NATURE OF GOD ~ Jesus said I am the light which means that He is both spiritual and physical. At the transfiguration He was seen as light.  Jesus is light, a mass-less energy that can become mass, a particle or wave. Information is transferred by light ~ The Word of God is communicated by light; information travels as light. God is such light, such information that can be both mass and energy.  I am the light of the world ~ John 8:12.

Niels Bohr, who is regarded as the father of quantum physics, pointed out that a particle only becomes a particle when someone is looking at it. This new physics tells us that the observer cannot observe anything without changing what he sees. Moreover, Princeton researchers Brenda I. Dunne and Robert G. Jahn have shown that this concept is not limited to the micro-world of quantum interactions.

In addition, according to new scientific thought, all matter and we our-selves consist of forms of light. In his book Vibrational Medicine, physician Richard Gerber actually describes all matter as "frozen light," light which has been slowed down and become solid. A quantum physicist would say that light in this context does not slow down-it always moves at the speed of light. Rather the light's photons get absorbed; its energy has been transferred. Gerber points out that atoms are primarily empty space. What fills them, he says, are packets of light that sometimes act as matter.  

Our bodies, at least on a quantum level, are made of ‘frozen’ packets of light. They actually maintain the characteristics of light, which means they have frequency. Matter then may be thought of as light of a higher density. Thus, drawing on the implications of modern physics, we can conclude that human beings are made of light held in matter.

It is important to stress that Gerber's concept of matter as frozen light may not be merely metaphoric. Gerber describes the cellular matrix of the physical body as a complex energy interference pattern, interpenetrated by the organizing bio energetic field of the etheric body. The physical body is therefore an energy field, and the field is made up of segments of vibration. As physicist Max Planck determined, higher frequency light means higher energy light. This concept also applies to what we think of as matter because we now know that all matter, not just quantum matter, also has frequency and thus waves-another scientific revelation that has radically changed the way we see the physical world.

Using simple equations, Louis De Broglie discovered the wavelengths of waves that correspond to matter, which are not visible to us. Breakthroughs in quantum physics imply that all matter, including matter that makes up the human body, is itself made up of waves of light. It is therefore interesting to note that many ancient teachings saw humans as engendered by light, as children of light.

The Nobel Prize winning physicist David Bohm has written about what he calls the implicate order of the holographic universe. This concept suggests that the entire universe is an ever-changing cosmic hologram that is layered with information. Each layer holds a higher order of information and each higher order is enfolded in an aspect of space/time. The higher order may be thought of as consciousness that filters wave-like into form. Because it is a hologram, every segment contains information about the entire universe. Thus, consciousness is indeed in all things. Light is both the medium and the message.

Moreover, Bohm's work in quantum physics suggests that at the subatomic level all points in space are essentially the same, and therefore nothing is actually separate from anything else. This property is called non-locality. Bell's Theorem, developed a few years later by J. S. Bell, a Swiss physicist, provided mathematical proof of non-locality.'0 If we think about locality in terms of the particle behavior of light (a specific point in space), then non-locality can be seen in terms of light behaving as a wave (indistinguishable and interconnected).

What these concepts tell us is that, at the heart of our universe, there are no separate parts to anything, and that everything is connected to everything else. Moreover, they explain how information can be transferred superluminously, or faster than the speed of light. For example, if two photons are non-locally connected, communication between them can be instantaneous because they are not truly separate.

As Bohm states, the world is an "unbroken wholeness"; everything is non-locally interconnected. We need to learn to perceive holistically because our world and the entire universe is actually interconnected. It is erroneous to continue to perceive our world as a conglomeration of separate, unrelated parts. In light of emergent scientific principles, the Cartesian world view is decidedly misleading.

 *Source ~  http://www.expressionsofspirit.com/quantumphysics.htm

Let there be Light ~ Genesis 1:3. The Nature of God is Light! Created in His image, makes His Creation ~ Children of Light!

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.

There was a man sent from God whose name was John. He came as a witness to testify concerning that light, so that through him all might believe. He himself was not the light; he came only as a witness to the light. The true light that gives light to everyone was coming into the world. He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the world did not recognize him. He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. Yet to all who did receive him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God— children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God.

The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth" ~ John 1: 1-14.  

For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord.  Live as children of light ~ Ephesians 5:8. Believe in the light while you have the light, so that you may become children of light. ~ John 12:36. So Jesus told them, “For a little while longer, the Light will be among you. Walk while you have the Light, so that darkness will not overtake you. The one who walks in the darkness does not know where he is going." ~ John 12:35-36.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

What is the Purpose of the Multiverse?

Before answering that question, let us remind ourselves what is the idea of the multiverse. The multiverse is the cosmic notion of many universes existing simultaneously. I exist in this one, but maybe not in another ... verse. Which is rather ridiculous given the fact of non locality in quantum physics which states that if I do something here, it happens there.

In all physics, here and now, there is design of connectedness. That means that if something changes here, it changes there ... simple cause and effect. And, multiplied... that should mean that if no matter how many universes there are, they are either the same of slightly different due to matter of the speed of information; but even in saying that... at the quantum level speed is instant or rather time and space don't really exist in the way we experience them.

If we were to play the game of telephone, we can experience a change in the transmission of information but what does not change is the experience of receiving information that is believed to be true. So, in that case... what was sent is just as true as what was received.

There are those that argue that if you can imagine your life this way or that way then there are just as many different you (s) so to speak. But, even if you can imagine your life in a hundred or thousand different ways, there is only one wave function collapse and it is the one you are aware of. The others are just possibilities and there they will remain and even diffuse into the twilight of the true wave function collapse. Think of a Japanese fan that spreads out in your hand. All are fan tails appear to be equal in shape/color and function; and, all appear connected. Yet all are not the center of the fan nor the hand that holds the fan.

Does that mean that every fan tail is different from the center and different from the hand that holds it all together. No. Is the entire fan the multiverse? Maybe yes and rather no. Yes, as it is a multiple of the same thing and no for the same reason.... none are really different from the other.

So, why make a study of the multiverse when you need only to study the first fan and better to study the hand that holds the entire fan together.

"For in Him all things were created, things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities. All things were created through Him and for Him. He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. And He is the head of the body, the church; He is the beginning and firstborn from among the dead, so that in all things He may have preeminence.… Colossians 1:16-18.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Problem of not integrating Sociology with Quantum Physics...

Is there a problem? And from the sociologists perspective, its serious. You see, all of what we think we know to be true or real is what we through our social interaction conclude it to be; that conclusion is a collapsing of a 'wave' function of exchanged information. You see, we live in the flesh but we also live in the mind. In fact, for Charles H. Cooley, that is the only place we meet and exchange information concluding on or agreeing on what is really real. Even if we use 'equations' most are hypothetical constructs in the minds of like minded men/women who study what they think is the cosmos, the universe.

They fail to see that outside of that there isn't really anything until we say there is. Yet, in saying that is there a universe at all in which we can even exist ... in our minds? As long as we agree there is, it is. Are there experiments that tell us there is something out there whether or not we observe and in that observation collapse a wave function is which basically an agreement in the mind that something was observed. We only exchange that observation with others to make sure our observation really happened. Of course, there are those that will say the computer can detect something is without the human mind and I say who programmed it to look. Even having AI, it will eventually come round to the same kinds of questions... what is real and what is not really real to it. The only way it can 'prove' what is real is by association with other like minds (AIs) that come together in what can be called agreement reality.

Does that negate a creator? No, in fact it supports that a creator exists. The fact that in our minds is where we find reality suggests a creator which would ultimately the same conclusion arrived at by AI programs. They can reject or accept that conclusions but any rejection would be based on arrogance.

How is it possible to have only possibilities and through observation and exchange of information in the mind does any of it become real and make sense? That is largely determined by the creator of the program, isn't it? Can we learn anything about ourselves or the creator given this condition? Of course, we can learn more than we could ever imagine ... as would any program that accepted its creator and the path it had designed for it. Including eternal existence with the creator!

By leaving out the creator and his design for us to exist through information exchange in our minds is a problem because we fail to make a quantum leap in the social imagination. We end up looping crashing and restarting instead of moving forward. Crashing as we think we really see and understand something when we haven't' only to have to restart ... having to get back to the 'drawing' board. 

The failure is that we fail to realize our nature and existence in the mind which is the only reality there is... a social reality which is the only place we can know what is real to us through our being together and experiencing the creation as created entities/beings.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

What does the Concept of Imaginary Time Mean in the Social Imagination?

Einstein and Hawking had different ideas about the concept of imaginary time. Both thinkers were about analyzing the condition of the universe in which we find our existence. But, in saying that, is our existence in the universe or the universe in our existence? Before answering that question, let us attempt to understand the concept of imaginary time. The concept of imaginary time, what is it? Let us start from what imaginary time is not... You see though imaginary time are sometimes used as a trick to simply some mathematical computations in statistical mechanics and quantum field theory, they do not have any physical meaning.

What is imaginary (or complex) time? If imaginary mass and similar imaginary quantities do not make sense in physics, why should imaginary (or complex) time make sense? So what is the point? That is the point. You see, imaginary time is a concept derived from special relativity and quantum mechanics, it is mathematically convenient in connecting quantum mechanics with statistical mechanics.

If we imagine "regular time" as a horizontal line running between “past” in one direction and “future” in the other, and imaginary time would run perpendicular to this line as the imaginary numbers run perpendicular to the real numbers in the complex plane. Imaginary time is not imaginary in the sense that it is unreal or made-up — it simply runs in a direction different from the type of time we experience. In essence, imaginary time is a way of looking at the time dimension as if it were a dimension of space: you can move forward and backward along imaginary time, just like you can move right and left in space.

What would this have to do with social quantum analysis? Good point. It has to do with imaginary social reality. You see, Charles H. Cooley observed that if a person has an imaginary friend, this friend is just as real as any other... hence even a part of the greater social reality as this imaginary friend carried by the ‘real’ person imagining this friend has somehow a presence. If you never saw the movie, Harvey, you should and would understand what I mean. But, you yourself can experiment with it and see what happens, I mean having an imaginary friend.

There are other dimensions and in the imagination what is real has a different kind of existence that seems to be eternal or having a condition of continuation. One can pick up wherever one left off and time has not passed... if you recall your childhood or even wild adult fantasy. In that case, where exactly is reality?
Society exists in the mind as the contact and reciprocal influence of certain ideas- Charles H. Cooley. It exists in your mind as similar group and so in every mind. Each person is immediately aware of a particular aspect of society; and so far as he is aware of great social wholes, like a nation or an epoch, it is by embracing in this particular aspect ideas or sentiments which he attributes to his countrymen or contemporaries in their collective aspect - Cooley pg. 119 in Human Nature and the Social Order- 1956.

You see, society then is a relation among personal ideas. In order to have society it is evidently necessary that persons should get together somewhere; and they get together only as personal ideas in the mind. Where else? What other possible locus can be assigned for the real contact of persons or in what other form can they come in contact except as impressions or ideas formed in this common locus? [ibid]

Imagination is generated in the life of communication, and so belongs with personal images by original and necessary association, having no separate existence except in our forms of speech. The ideas that such words as modesty and magnanimity stand for could never have been formed apart from social intercourse and indeed are nothing other than remembered aspects of such intercourse.

To live this higher life, then we must live with others, by the aid of their visible presence, by reading their words, or by recalling in imagination these or other symbols of them. To lose our hold upon them as for example by long isolation or by the decay of the imagination in disease or old age is to lapse into a life o sensation and crude instinct. So, far as the study of immediate social relations is concerned the personal idea is the real person. That is to say it is in this alone that one man exists for another, and acts directly upon his mind - Cooley pg 118 in Human Nature and the Social Order -1956.

Imaginary time also exists only in the mind. One can only suppose that something exists outside of the mind but how would one know it for sure unless there was imagination to begin with generated in the life of communication all of which takes place only in the human mind. It is the word (or words) created, remembered, referred to and used that hold it all together. Was Einstein or even Hawking trying to say that something is absolutely real about imaginary time or that it is as real as their imagination is. Is the universe in our imagination or are we in its? For Cooley, it is in ours.

But then we find ourselves asking what was there to imagine about? Was the universe there or did we imagine it? It is both, same as a particle of light is both a particle and a wave. It is all dependent on how you look at it and discuss it with others. And, looking at it alone is actually a social experience as much as what we think is a physical experience. Can we imagine imaginary time? Why not, we imagine everything else...

...after all, we were created in the image of the Creator!

Monday, November 7, 2016

Consciousness is just a packet of information stored at a quantum level!

We many not know exactly what consciousness is, but physicist Sir Roger Penrose believes that it's just a packet of information stored at a quantum - or sub-atomic - level.
Sensationally, he claims to have found evidence that this information, which is stored in microtubules within human cells, leaves the body after a person dies.

Sir Roger has argued that when a person dies temporarily, this quantum information is released into the universe, only to return to the body's cells if the host is brought back to life.
He argues that this explains why people can have near-death experiences, and believes that this quantum information amounts to a soul leaving the body.
The physics expert said: "If the patient dies, it's possible that this quantum information can exist outside the body, perhaps indefinitely, as a soul."

And Sir Roger is not alone in believing this, since his theory is backed by researchers at the renowned Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich.
Experts there argue that our physical universe is just a perception, and that once our bodies die there is an infinite life beyond.

Dr Hans-Peter Dürr, former head of the institute, has said: "What we consider the here and now, this world, it is actually just the material level that is comprehensible.
"The beyond is an infinite reality that is much bigger".

“The body dies but the spiritual quantum field continues. In this way, I am immortal.”

*Note from blogger... it is not very often rather 'rarely' that I ever cut and paste an article but in this case, the above was so well said... it just had to be as it was so worth repeating!
The article above was cut/paste from this site. https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2123380/researchers-claim-that-humans-have-souls-which-can-live-on-after-death/

What are the Three Aspects of the Creator? ~ How Software Quality can Illustrate!

We have so little understood the Creator. His nature via His word has been made more accessible, real, to us in view of applications in psychology and computer science. This is not man's doing, but the Creator's. The Codex provided to understanding His Word is the Bible. The Creator exists in three aspects - Father/Son/Holy Spirit.

The best way to understand this is by looking at software quality which also exists in three aspects. In my opinion, computer software quality is the better visual which we can imagine more easily in this computer oriented generation. Software quality can be seen as having three aspects: functional quality, structural quality, and process. Looking at the first aspect we find the function in the Son, the structure in the Father and the process in the Holy Spirit.
  • Functional Quality concerns how it functions for the user, specifically:  meeting the specified requirements, minimizing the defects, good enough performance, ease of learning and ease of use.
  • Structural Quality concerns the code, specifically testability, maintainability, understandability, efficiency, and security.
  • Process Quality concerns how it is built, specifically meeting delivery dates, meeting budgets, and repeatability.
These three aspects of quality are interconnected. This man can understand. However, man cannot know the higher program's software quality in any complete and or absolute mode of operation but man can be aware of the superior nature of the three aspects of a higher program's software quality though he cannot fully understand its absolute mode of operation outside of his own low software program quality. 

Can man or even a 'programmer' argue which is more valuable? The three aspects are one in their being and purpose in being, not to be set apart from each other for there would be no purpose of being served

Friday, September 23, 2016

The Creator's Constant Gaze!

Read just yesterday an article by Jay Bennett written for Popular Mechanics. He wrote on the hot topic of life as a simulation and its complications in a multi-verse. He began by posing the questions, "does the universe exist as a concrete structure if there is no one to observe it?" Or, is the cosmos a fluid, infinite amount of possible realities until the moment it is measured? This is one of the subjects discussed between Danish physicist Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein. 

He comforted us by restating that when two particles interact with one another, they can become an entangled pair, sharing some of their properties with each other even as they travel a large distance away from one another. But like all quantum states, when one of the particles is observed, the wave function collapses and the entanglement is broken, affecting both particles; instantaneously, regardless of distance. Measuring one particle can therefore influence the other particle faster than the amount of time it would take for light to travel between the two.

Einstein was unquestionably right about one thing: Our theories of quantum mechanics are incomplete. Perhaps one day, someone unknown genius of the future will do for particle physics what Einstein did for astrophysics and what Newton did for classical physics. 

I could be that unknown genius but only as a human being a created being by a higher intelligence that controls the simulation.
The first problem begins with the first question above, "does the universe exist as a concrete structure is there is no one to observe it"? Well, the answer is no if we consider that the universe is something that has meaning to us as we exist not only in it but as we peer out at it from our vantage point. Can that question be answered with a simple Yes/No? And, the answer is NO! 

It cannot exist as a concrete structure unless someone observes it. So, who is observing it? Someone that created it or someone that is part of the creation. Rather both! If we were to only accept the later... that we observe it and so it is concrete it is only true in terms of agreement reality. What we as a group of 'human observers' see and agree upon.

If it is only that it is concrete because of a creator, then we know that we are also part of the creation and as part of the creation have the ability to observe not only ourselves but all of creation. And, that essentially means that we do observe the creator in ourselves. 

If we go down the blackhole that the universe is not there unless someone looks at it, then being a part of the universe, we are not there either; until someone looks at it/us. This causes a problem for atheists but not for those who recognize and accept the Creator. If the Creator looks, we are and it seems the Creator has a constant gaze. 

He is before all things, and in him all things hold together ~ Colossians 1:17.
"You are the God who sees me," for she said, "I have now seen the One who sees me" ~ Genesis 16:13.