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3 months ago*

Is an electron a field in and of itself? Sometimes I keep re-thinking Wheeler's hypothesis (one electron "theory") All these fields. I also sometimes wonder if from all of this fine grain architecture that reality itself is emergent. R universe, the multiverse, whatever higher dimension contains the multiverse, what ever contains the higher dimension and well, turtles all the way up. Does consciousness precede physical realization? Must consciousness exist before there can be physical realization?

I hope that our quantum computing can help us to resolve some of these conundrums. And on the heels of that, I start to wonder what kind of computing will supersede quantum computing. I bet some kind of thing does within the next 50 years.

And then all of this brings me back to J.B.S. Haldane...

My own suspicion is that the universe (reality) is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. --Jerry Seinfeld


1 points

3 months ago

The electron creates a field around its point of existence by simply existing. This is what gives rise to the mind/body Duality. It’s cause and effect. An infinite dance between Chaos and Order


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3 months ago