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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi! Sorry for my bad English!

I dont know much of physics, I know some experiments that show that relativity is real, quantum entanglement, particle and wave duality and so on...

So, the only theory that explain all of it mathematically is M theory and the strings, but we can never test it to see if it's really the way nature works or not... Is it correct?

Since wave/particle duality shows that stuff travels as "probability waves", would it sound too absurd to think that it's like there are 2 universes: one that the information is processed (like, mathematically) and the other, the one we see, were we see the results... That's the basis of the holographic universe theory that, by the way, even gives some awnser to the graviton problem... did I get It right?

But, and more relevant: quantum eraser, delayed choice experiments, to me, shows that the true nature of the universe is not causal, it's teleological.

After all, the universe works in a way to assure that a goal is accomplished: if the which way info is available, behave as a particle, if not, as a wave.

It doesn't matter much for the universe the time (past or future), the cause-effect (as the cause that allow us to know which path isn't there when get when the measurement occours). What matters is the goal, not the means.

So, to make myself more clear, please, did I understood this correctly:

1. The only theory that gives a mathematical basis to the phenomena we see is M theory, but it cant be tested.

2. There is some strange kind of processing the information before it became available in our everyday world.

3. The universe is more teleological than causalistic.

I know it's a very bad understanding, it's like saying an elephant is something big and gray, but that's all I can understand by now....

Thanks again! =)

I dont know much of physics, I know some experiments that show that relativity is real, quantum entanglement, particle and wave duality and so on...

So, the only theory that explain all of it mathematically is M theory and the strings, but we can never test it to see if it's really the way nature works or not... Is it correct?

Since wave/particle duality shows that stuff travels as "probability waves", would it sound too absurd to think that it's like there are 2 universes: one that the information is processed (like, mathematically) and the other, the one we see, were we see the results... That's the basis of the holographic universe theory that, by the way, even gives some awnser to the graviton problem... did I get It right?

But, and more relevant: quantum eraser, delayed choice experiments, to me, shows that the true nature of the universe is not causal, it's teleological.

After all, the universe works in a way to assure that a goal is accomplished: if the which way info is available, behave as a particle, if not, as a wave.

It doesn't matter much for the universe the time (past or future), the cause-effect (as the cause that allow us to know which path isn't there when get when the measurement occours). What matters is the goal, not the means.

So, to make myself more clear, please, did I understood this correctly:

1. The only theory that gives a mathematical basis to the phenomena we see is M theory, but it cant be tested.

2. There is some strange kind of processing the information before it became available in our everyday world.

3. The universe is more teleological than causalistic.

I know it's a very bad understanding, it's like saying an elephant is something big and gray, but that's all I can understand by now....

Thanks again! =)