posted on Sep, 2 2014 @ 01:47 PM
originally posted by: tadaman
The micro universe is a completely different beast altogether though. There is no theory of relativity on a quantum level.
There's no experimentally accepted theory of general relativity including gravitation on the quantum level. Other than gravity, relativity has been
completely essential and inextricably embedded in quantum mechanics since the 1940's. None of the particle physics experiments or theory work without
The observer has more power over energy and matter than a sun (or all of them) on that level.
That's not true. What is true is that human intuition about 'logic' and 'cause and effect' is not directly applicable to the smallest and most finely
tuned quantum systems. However, quantum mechanics, in specific quantitative detail (it is a theory which gives numbers, not fuzzy woo), is upheld in
all its power and bizarre glory time and time again.
My best analogy would be the illogic of the Nicene creed and the "three in one" christological philosophies: it makes no logical sense but it is
orthodoxy. Except, of course, by enormous contrast, quantum mechanics is specifically predictive and tested and upheld by objective experiment
thousands of times.
edit on 2-9-2014 by mbkennel because: (no reason given)