Tuesday, 23 September 2014

The Nature of Reality, an honest investigation into Quantum Mechanics

This video is going to try and explain the nature of reality using physics supported by mathematics. By the word 'reality' I mean the reality of our everyday life with a past and a future that is always uncertain.

Each one of us is always in 'the moment of now' looking out at the universe with an objective reality that is always spontaneously changing moment by moment. Throughout this changing process consciousness remains in 'the moment of now' this is happening within a process that we measure over a period of time and see and feel as the flow of time.

It might seem like madness to try and explain this using physics and mathematics because modern physics has no understanding of 'the moment of now' and no real understanding of what consciousness is. Also without a concept of 'the moment of now' we can have no real understanding of 'time' and why the future is always uncertain.

This theory takes the simple principle that large objects are always based on the interaction of smaller objects

Therefore it is logical that to understand the nature of reality we have to look down into the atoms. When we do this we find the physics of quantum mechanics that only really has a mathematical understanding.

The odd thing is that the mathematics of quantum mechanics does not form certainty but uncertainty in the form of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. In this theory the uncertainty in everyday life in the form of a future that is always uncertain is based on the process that forms Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. If we look at the process that forms Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle we find that it is formed by the quantum wave particle function. This is a mathematic function formed by the spontaneous absorption and emission of light.

Therefore we have a process that is spontaneous just like the flow of time in our everyday life with the future spontaneously coming into existence moment by moment.

In this theory quantum mechanics represents the physics of 'time' as a physical process with the future coming into existence photon by photon with each new photon electron coupling or dipole moment.

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