Thursday, 21 December 2017
Experiments we can’t Explain by Physics
This video goes through the experiments that mainstream physics can’t understand.
It starts with the Two Slit Experiment this experiment that has been called the only true mystery. But it can be explained if the future is explained as an emergent property within the reference frame of the experiment. The next experiment we will look at is The Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experiment. It has been said this is by far the strangest and most thought provoking experiments in physics! People have even gone as far as to say that this experiment show that the future can affect the past. Another very beautiful experiment that mainstream physics can’t explain is the experiment with polarizing filters known as the Polarization Paradox. This is a dramatic example of the measurement changing what is being measured. Some people say this is the 'observer effect' and is linked in some way to consciousness. But it is not because we can repeat the experiment with microwaves that are not even visible to the observer. The next experiment we will look at in the EPR experiment. What is nice about this experiment is that it started out in the 1930 as a thought experiment that was suppose to highlight that quantum mechanics could not be a complete theory. But today with modern technology we can actually perform the EPR experiment.
The next experiment is Schrodinger's Cat thought experiment. Because of the paradoxes of quantum mechanics it has been said that the cat can be alive and dead at the same time! The final experiment is the Readiness Potential problem of conscious decisions making. It has been found experimentally that when a person is asked to move or make a decision the electrical activity of their brain forms a pattern of activity known as a Readiness Potential. What cannot be explained is that the reported time of each decision was consistently a short period (some tenths of a second) after the Readiness Potential appeared. The problem is there does not seem to be enough time for free-will to take place!