quantum physics

A Quote by on quantum physics, scientists, and universe

"Quantum physics looks at the universe differently.  In recent years, scientists have developed the technology that has made it possible to document the strange and sometimes miraculous behavior of the quantum energy that forms the essence of the universe and our bodies.  For Example:

Quantum energy can exist in two very different forms as visible particles or invisible waves.  The energy is still there either way, just making itself known in different forms.

A quantum particle can be in one place only, two places at once, or even in many places simultaneously.  The interesting thing, however, is that no matter how far apart these locations appear to be physically, the particle acts as if it's still connected.

Quantum particles can communicate with themselves at different points in time.  They're not limited by the concepts of past, present, and future.  To a quantum particle, this is now and there is here."

Gregg Braden

Source: sponaneous healing of belief

Contributed by: Bird

A Quote by on colleague, consciousness, david bohm, einstein, electron, higher planes, holistic view, lifetime, observation, perception, physicist, princeton, quantum physics, and worldview

"What a shift!  In a radically different interpretation of our relationship to the world we live in, Wheeler states that it's impossible for us to simply watch the universe happen around us.  Experiments in quantum physics, in fact, do show that simply looking at something as tiny as an electron--just focusing our awareness upon what it's doing for even an instant of time--changes its properties while we're watching it.  The experiments suggest that the very observation is an act of creation, and that consciousness is doing the creating.  These findings seem to support Wheeler's propostion that we can no longer consider ourselves merely onlookers who have no effect on the world that we're observing.

To think of ourselves as participating in creation rather than simply passing through the universe during a brief period of a lifetime requires a new perception of what the cosmos is and how it works.  The groundwork for such a radical worldview was the basis for a series of books and papers by another Princeton physicist and colleague of Einstein, David Bohm.  Before his death in 1992, Bohm left us two pioneering theories that offer a very different--and in some ways, a nearly holistic--view of the universe and our role in it.

The first was an interpretation of quantum physics that set the stage for Bohm's meeting and subsequent friendship with Einstein.  It was this theory that opened the door to what Bohm called the "creative operation of underlying ... levels of reality."  In other words, he beileved that there are deeper or higher planes of creation that hold the template for what happens in our world.  It's from these subtler levels of reality that our physical world originates."

Gregg Braden

Source: Divine Matrix

Contributed by: Bird

A Quote by Huston Smith on ancient wisdom, animals, distinction, fabric, quantum mechanics, quantum physicists, quantum physics, subatomic particles, and weave

Ancient wisdom and quantum physicists make unlikely bedfellows: In quantum mechanics the observer determines (or even brings into being) what is observed, and so, too, for the Tiwis, who dissolve the distinction between themselves and the cosmos. In quantum physics, subatomic particles influence each other from a distance, and this tallies with the aboriginal view, in which people, animals, rocks, and trees all weave together in the same interwoven fabric.

Huston Smith

Source: Tales of Wonder: Adventures Chasing the Divine, an Autobiography

Contributed by: mattmoes

A Quote by Simon on sophrology, quantum unconscious, quantum physics, hypnosis, and akashic records

 The Quantum Unconscious:
 There is a Collective Entanglement of the frequencies of all life's energy.  It is this String that ties the past to the future, one unconsciousness to anothers consciousness from one dimension to all the others,  from here to the infinite.
From a thought to a reality, From a Vibration to a Manifestation.  From the beginning to the never ending.--JMRB Dec 27 2008

Simon Crowne

Contributed by: Simon

A Quote by Daniel Pinchbeck on daniel pinchbeck, 2012, enlightenment, quantum physics, ashvaghosha, and thathagatta

Enlightenment or awakening, in the Eastern traditions, is the individual’s experience of reconnecting with this ultimate ground of being, the “suchness” (Thathagatta) that supersedes all dualism.  As the Buddhist sage Ashvaghosha put it two thousand years ago:  “Suchness is neither that which is existence, nor that which is nonexistence, nor that which is at once existence and nonexistence, nor that which is not at once existence and nonexistence.”  Capra points out that such paradoxical descriptions sound identical to the physicist’s attempts to grasp the slippery essence of quantum objects, which are neither wave nor particle, do not exist yet do not not exist.

Daniel Pinchbeck

Source: 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, Pages: 52

Contributed by: HeyOK

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