# Quantum Metaphysics

When I say Quantum metaphysics I'm talking about how the study of quantum mechanics points to the metaphysical. Specifically, I'm talking about David Bohm and his hidden variables theory. His hidden variables theory is compatible with Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle and also Copenhagen Interpretation.

Bohm was troubled also, but he didn't reject this out of hand. Instead he said these particles exist before observation and are held up by hidden variables. In other words there was something hidden and unknown that governed reality. He called this the implicate order and what we see is the explicate order that originates from the implicate order. He went onto say how the microscopic and the macroscopic was part of an interconnected whole and that these subatomic particles were guided by what he called pilot-waves. The reason why this interpretation fits, I believe, is because it works with the interconnection showed with Bells Theorum. That on some deeper level things are interconnected and while we are in the explicate order, or as I believe this is just another way of saying a fallen state, we can't see it. This also fits with the Uncertainty Principle:

dp x dx > h

Simple, it's saying that at a certain level (h, plancks constant), you can know (p, momentum) but you can't know (x, position) and vice versa. At this level we deal with probabilities. So the hidden or unkown variables balance out the uncertainty. I believe we exist on a 3-dimensional p-brane on a massive m-brane. On the 3-dimensiol p-brane it reads dp x dx > h but on the m-brane it's dp x dx > 0. This fits with Minkowski space-time which is like a frozen snapshot of eternity. This is named after Hermann Minkowski one of Einsteins physics teachers. According to Minkowkski the past still exists as well as the future. This ties in with Fractal Geometry and it has Metaphysical implications.

What now takes place is many pushing the many-worlds interpretation to try and avoid the collapse of the wave function to minimize the role of an observer. I was reading a book called "Ghost in the Atom" and there were different interviews and one in particular jumpded out at me. It was with David Deutsch, winner of the Paul Dirac Medal and big proponent of many-worlds, he said many-worlds interpretation is needed to counter the role of the observer. Many worlds basically states that all possibilities are realized. So when you are deciding whats for dinner all possibilities happen but in different worlds. So you eat chicken, steak and fish in three seperate worlds. This is how troubling the role of an observer is for many, it points to the metaphysical. I believe many-histories fits better and also goes with Minkowski space-time. These histories exist in a static or frozen state until observed. This also goes with Fractal Geometry where the third dimension is solid, such as a cube. It contains an infinite number of planes and squares frozen as solids in the third dimension. In the fourth dimension, the infinite number of solids are in relationship with each other through time and energy. The Fourth Dimension moves the Third Dimension to form a wave that travels through space-time. So the first, second and third dimensions are seperated by fractals that are connected by the time and energy in the fourth dimension. This also matches with quantum physics. Benoit Mandelbrots set, z->z^2+c, which shows that in nature fractal patterns are repeated over and over again to form objects we see in nature, it's recursive. For example, if you look at a mountain you will find the same basic shape repeated on a smaller scale. Jonathan Swift summed it up in 1773 when he wrote:

So, nat'ralist observe a flea, Hath smaller fleas that on them prey, and these have smaller fleas to bite' em, and so proceed ad infinitum.

This reminds me of the story of Paul in Athens when he said:

Acts 17:23 For as I passed by and beheld your devotions, I found an alter with this inscription, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.

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I hope they don't try to supress thought this time.

THANK YOU, LORD JESUS!

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haroldjrbw said:
Histories exist in a static or frozen state until observed.
1.) The third dimension is solid, such as a cube.

2.) The Fourth Dimension moves the Third Dimension.

3.) The first, second and third dimensions are seperated by fractals.
I'll respond in sum of your three points above. As follows here.

1.) Postulate: A song is composed of two parts, "OOMPA + BOOMPA".
Sing "BOOMPA" in motivational parts of the song, and "OOMPA" the rest of the song. Sing these words harmonically with heart.

2.) "OOMPA + BOOMPA" are like Question and Answer. So there had to be a question.

3.) Since we have questions with no answer. # 1.) still has to be true.

4.) So. # 1.) exists on a plane. Because of the triangle inequality theorem.
See the proof.
Angle (A) = Question < Angle (B) = Question + Angle (C) = Answer.

5.) Your point # 1: "The third dimension is solid, such as a cube. ". Can be seen as a question, or not equal to the full song literally.

6.) Your Point # 2.): "The Fourth Dimension moves the Third Dimension. ". Can be seen as the question and answer. Or the full song literally.

7.) Who asked the question first ? Us ? Then we have the answer too right ? No. What do you mean we don't know everything ? Then the questions and answers we ask and find existed before we asked them ? Yup.

:rofl:

Janitor