Skimming the Facebook feed this morning I came across a provocative headline:
A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality
Physicists have long suspected that quantum mechanics allows two observers to experience different, conflicting realities. Now they’ve performed the first experiment that proves it. (Source)
And which, incidentally, confirms the wave-function holographic-plasma universe model.
What is not mentioned is the fact that the Quantum domain is itself an abstract idea and hence the thought experiment described in the linked article, is quite true. But what is an objective reality? More to the point, what is an object?
Objects come into existence from the human action of thinking by creating names for things observed by an observer. I see a lion and name it lion, immediately distinguishing it from other things around it that, by definition, have to be not-lion. At the same time, I am also creating space between me and the object I am looking at, which then leads to the question of what the nature of space is. Logically if there is no space between I and the object, then I cannot sense the presence of the object. Obviously, space is also not-lion. The immediate conclusion is the human mind forming objective reality by the process of thinking and naming observations.
Yet dropping a brick on one’s foot quickly confirms objective physical reality, and then the question is why an abstract idea, the Quantum domain, is considered objective physical reality but from experiment, not an objective physical reality, as demonstrated experimentally and linked above. It means there are no subatomic particles or objects, and this fact is fatal for the Newtonian world view of a created inanimate material universe comprised of objects. It also means gravity isn’t.
Missing from the equation is consciousness, and the rejection of the idea we are simply a bunch of inanimate atoms. The standard model for consciousness is that it’s an epiphenomenon of the human brain, but no one has been able to locate it there; In fact, they haven’t been able to locate it anywhere. This means it is holographic and the idea of monistic idealism will logically follow. But which consciousness, for there seems to be two?
There is the unitary, self-aware, quantum consciousness, UC, and the discrete objectified consciousness of the 3D macroworld we exist, and which is the ego, the id, the I, the me, or the soul. The ego/soul is thus formed from habituated memory and is always the past. As no two histories are identical, then no two minds will sense the same reality objectively, the perception lens in this case being the number of ideas or vocabulary which are used to interpret observations.
If we assume Reality is formed by a self-aware, unitary consciousness, then the creation of the ego and virtual reality becomes an imaginal lens that forms our various cultures and beliefs superimposed on the subconscious UC. We do not generally sense the UC because of the clatter and noise of our distracting continuous thinking, (which appeared during the Bronze Age catastrophes as a survival mechanism). It is like a 2-way radio that is continuously transmitting during our waking hours and going into receive mode only when we are asleep. The radio is our metaphorical connection to the UC, but because we are also continuously thinking, and hence transmitting, we don’t hear anything and end up producing garbled messages that affect our personal physical state and by electromagnetic induction, our immediate environment. Turning off the transmitting mode is the same as quietening the mind in order to perform remote viewing as described by Russell Targ.
The act of thinking generates electromagnetic waves, EM, that interact directly via induction with other individual generated EM waves, either causing dissonances or not. And in this model of reality, one does not need to change the world to improve it, only to change oneself. Those who want to destroy the present in order to build the new utopia, are psychopaths and sociopaths. They are the material realists who believe reality is metaphorically based on Lego blocks, to be deconstructed and rebuilt according to their ideology.
The highest state of thinking is negative thinking, the process by which something is understood by working out what it is not, leaving an almost infinite number of possibilities what something could be.
The lowest state of thinking is positive thinking, where something is defined dogmatically.
If you state you love someone, then you have also stated that you do not love someone else. Unawareness of this duality seems to be a problem.
The ghost in the machine cannot be sensed objectively because it cannot sense itself objectively. By fragmenting the UC into an organic subconsciousness and the separate, distinct human mind/soul, we have divided ourselves into tribes, nations, cults, religions, ideologies and created, unwittingly, the human condition. The solution is not to divide ourselves, and that requires, in the first place, an understanding of how we think, let alone what or why.