In classical physics when someone walks through a doorway without touching the door frame the width of the doorway does not affect the walker’s subsequent path. However, quantum mechanics leads us to expect that this situation is not as simple as it first appears to be. The person walking through the doorway has as associated wave and the doorway itself may be regarded as a single slit. Hence the walker should be diffracted as in the diagram on the right. Yet if this is so, why haven’t you ever been conscious of being diffracted when you pass through a doorway?
I believe there is only one logical explanation and that is that quantum mechanics represents the physics of ‘time’ as a physical process. The angle of diffraction cannot be predicted exactly, even in principle and this uncertainty represents the uncertainty the walker will have with any future event on the other side of the doorway.
We could say it is because the angle of diffraction is too small that it can never be observed and that the diffraction of everyday macroscopic objects can generally be neglected because of the smallness of their Broglie wavelengths.
But if we say this we only have a mathematical understanding of quantum mechanics and no objective understanding of ‘time’ and why we have a past that can never be changed and a future that is always uncertain.
In this theory it is only logical that at the smallest scale the walker’s potential future possibilities and opportunities will be relative to the width of the doorway. The walker represents the most advanced part of this universal process and is always in ‘the moment of now’ in the centre of their own reference frame with a time line form the past into the future.
The future only exist as a probability wave and is unfolding photon by photon with each new photon electron coupling or dipole moment relative to the walker. Please subscribe on YouTube and share on Face book it will help the promotion of this theory!
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