posted on May, 8 2014 @ 07:52 PM
a reply to: Arbitrageur
I feel the idea that scientist are dropping the ball on the whole "mankind's search for truth" to be absurd. In retrospect if your going to boil and
egg there is a mechanics to it. I do not believe that the psychiatrist in the 50's, that were giving there patients electroshock. As a consequence for
potential deviation to then current social norms, did so because they thought they were doing the wrong thing.
What they were doing at the time was supporting a behaviorist/materialist/minimalist model that did not work.
On the internet I was once told that considering the relevance of interconnectedness due to quantum mechanics was inappropriate.
This is because (as he explained) that the technology needed to observe such an event at the classical scale had not been developed.
Because we could not directly observe Quantum Entanglement, upon the scale of say a human being. Such a conclusion related to quantum entanglement
does not exist.
Because we have not been able to test for it he opinioned I should not think about it.
Now you see to me that is a problem because in fact the origin of Classical Mechanics is Quantum Mechanics. Could there be a fundamental relationship
between Density and Quantum Interconnectedness??? What about the idea that variations in Density constitutes variations in interconnectedness?
Consider that upon the large scale structure of the Universe (13.7 billion years old and about 40 billion light years wide), the relationship between
Quantum Interconnectedness and Density/Relativity is apparent and observable?
edit on 8-5-2014 by Kashai because: Content edit