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    What does a wavelength look like?

    I think half of the human brain does create its own reality. Such that tiny effects can be seen, in particular when a wave seems to be a particle. Because at the Planck length...that really is just a wavelength. At that scale you're talking about a concept, really, not exactly "matter" in the common way we perceive it.

    I think we live in a reality split by logic and reality, and that logic can somehow dictate reality. I think we cling to the idea that everything has form, because we can conceive of no way of bending it to our will if not with our senses.

    What's important is that the brain can only interpret the wavelength as a particle, and therefore can't determine what the wavelength itself is. But all it is is pure energy. And all we will ever experience is pure energy. Seeing the wavelength turn into a particle is like holding some seafoam in your hand. It will return to the sea when it's no longer sensed.

    I wonder if we all simply aren't at the surface of this great ocean, and the wave pattern is like seeing when the sunlight casts shadows of the rnipples.
    Last edited by the Riddler; 06-28-2020, 08:39 AM.

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      Note: This post is more just me.exploring ideas than anything based on actual scientific studies

      I hadn´t really thought of it this way until just now but maybe a wave is just a string of particles linked together somehow and maybe that is part of why they can be detected as both waves and particles. I wonder also if maybe on a subatomic/quantum level the particles are expanding and contracting in some way kind of like how a guitar string vibrates up and down except vibrating kinda more in a open and close kind of way like a ballon expanding and contracting. I`m thinking if we study nature to look for patterns and learn more about different natural phenomena, looking things like electromagnetic waves, water, and psychedelic experiences, it seems like everything flows in complex but elegant ways. It all points to some kind of grand creation and grand creator. Maybe in the same way that artists have certain styles, maybe this grand creator, call it god for lack of a better word, maybe this god also designed things with certain styles in mind. Then the more we can identify patterns in the design that appear in many places the better chancewe have at making sense of the whole thing. Everything seems to involve vibrations. And vibration implies everything has to be connected. But some vibrational things are connected more tightly than others, like different chemical bonds have different strengths. And if everything is constantly changing or has different change potentials then if we can understand the conditions for change we cangain insight to the changing things themselves.

      Electricity and chemicals. If we can really understand these two things then maybe we can find out more about the unknown energy that exists in the emptiness beyond what we can identfy. Expanding and contracting. Up and down. Open close. Maybe there is a positive and negative force in the invisible quantum `world´ just like protons and electrons. But if the quantum world allows for dual states, maybe things can be expanding and contracting at the same time. Maybe this somehow allows for greater sensitivity with the classical world and this somehow allows for psychic connection similar to how electrons can connect in electrical current. So maybe there are multiple levels of brain waves and some of them can tune in with the quantum either like a kind of subtle energy superconductor. And maybe the level of superconductivity and connection to that superconductive plane is influenced by our mental states similar to how electrical conductors can be influenced by temperatures. So maybe being hot or cool headed can influence what kind of ethereal energies we pick up and maybe over time we can become more attuned to certain energies like how muscles can adapt to repeated exercises.

      Loops. Momentum. Resting and moving states. Changing directions/states. Energetic potential. Neural and ethereal nodes and pathways and networks. Maybe there are many networks that connect at certain points. Maybe those connection points change depending on different circumstances. Experimentation, observation, contemplation, repeat. Fractals. Macro and micro as reflections of each other. As above, so below. As within, so without. Cycles and spirals and changes in levels.

      That last section was just random thoughts that might´ve led me or someone else to think of something new or in a new way. This whole post is kind of philosophical ramblings anyways but maybe someone will gain something from it or use it to further our understanding of dna on a quantum level or something.

      Any comments or critiques are welcome.

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        And you might be interestedin thestory of Brahma. Basically one of the versions goes that Brahma (all powerful god) fractured his consciousness into a million pieces so he can subjectively experience live without the mundane emptiness that comes with being all powerful and all knowing.

        Personally, one of the philosophies I`ve accepted as being most likely is that we are all divine energetic beings experiencing multilayered dreams and maybe we all appear in each other`s dreams in different ways and at the top is a piece of consciousness that can perceive all parts of every person`s dream in the same way that we can zoom in and out of different parts of a fractal.

        Again. None of this is based on definitive proof, but is some of the things I have considered as more likely possibilities or likely to lead to revelations if pursued more.

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          We all seem to be separate bodies, but knowing what we do of lower dimensions, I don't think we can safely assume that everything is as it seems.

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            Originally posted by greenfields321 View Post
            Note: This post is more just me.exploring ideas than anything based on actual scientific studies

            I hadn´t really thought of it this way until just now but maybe a wave is just a string of particles linked together somehow and maybe that is part of why they can be detected as both waves and particles. I wonder also if maybe on a subatomic/quantum level the particles are expanding and contracting in some way kind of like how a guitar string vibrates up and down except vibrating kinda more in a open and close kind of way like a ballon expanding and contracting. I`m thinking if we study nature to look for patterns and learn more about different natural phenomena, looking things like electromagnetic waves, water, and psychedelic experiences, it seems like everything flows in complex but elegant ways.
            The guitar string metaphor sounds like String Theory, I think it's lead to some interesting developments in Math but I don't believe there has been observational evidence for it.

            I think one of the issues when attempting to apply macroscopic observations of the Universe to Quantum Mechanical observations is that Quantum Mechanics is inherently unintuitive to us, it mostly doesn't act like that flowing elegance you mention of macroscopic phenomena and conscious experience. As it turns out, the world at the quantum level is probabilistic and this leads to some observations that are difficult for us to grasp, such as particles popping in and out of existence in empty space or subatomic particles tunneling through an object if it reaches a minimum size. I'm more or less parroting what I hear from Science Communicators though and have not delve into the physics of it myself.

            I believe the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics treats the notion of a wave function as a mathematical convenience as where the Many-Worlds interpretation treats the wave function as an actual feature of the universe.
            Last edited by Audiogen; 08-18-2020, 08:52 AM.

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