I’m not a complete layman in terms of Physics but of course this is just a thought-experiment as opposed to a real one… (From last year – trying to “bring back” novel information).
An explanation for the change of light’s state in the “unobserved” and “observed” double-slit test. (When you don’t observe light, our instruments tell us it acts like a wave, when you do, it looks and acts like it’s made up of individual particles).
Imagine we were representing the three dimensional world as a sheet of paper. Then the process of moving through time would be as it is with a flick book – a move through different pages. So if we lay the sheet of paper on the table, the axis of time would now be represented by the axis of height. And we could observe a block of time by stacking a load of sheets on top of the first.
Light, in that it moves
Same Topic, New Ideas…Monday, 4/05/2015
There’s a force driving each of us, that has to be known – and perhaps it’s completely beyond our control, perhaps it’s beholden only to our genetic makeup and environment – and the whims of nature that have brought us about. There may be no such thing as free will and we may be mere spectators of a film – that’s happening to us. It seems fashionable to accept this as fact nowadays and to my mind, compelling enough to believe.
What gets in the way a little, though – intuitively at least – is that sense of importance that comes with awareness. The experience of being alive is so intensely hubristic – it’s such a spectacular dance of surfaces assembling to greet you wherever you go – and you’re there, wired into this beautiful feeling mainframe… and you have this innate desire to live and to thrive and a
Empirical ThinkingMonday, 17/11/2014
If everyone lived empirically we’d all still think the world was flat. We wouldn’t know about atoms, germs or the theory of relativity.. So I wouldn’t immediately discount the idea that the royals are lizards or that the entire reality tunnel in which you live is wholly imaginary! Come on, you’ve got to admit it, empirical thinkers in the evolution of man are in a very small minority.
Numbers and their personalitiesMonday, 17/11/2014
I don’t know what you make of numbers – but here’s my take on the matter.
1 – (white) I
2 – (blue) Pisces.
3 – (yellow) Magic.
4 – (red) Warning/ danger.
5 – (light brown) From another dimension – maybe one near YOU.
6 – (orange) Cosmic cheek.
7 – (turquoise) Purgatory – pedantry with a view to being noticed. I do like it a lot but it’s a bit like Madonna writhing around on stage in her underwear and then being a Cabbalist and getting people to call her Ester.
8 – (indigo) Material wealth and earthly success.
9 – (brown) Divine. It’s a tall God.
10 – (pink) American in a 50 gallon hat.
11 – (white with a hint of pink) Angel.
12 – (white, blue) Busted and Mcfly.
13 – (white, yellow) Conventional luck bringing a kind of 8 like success.