posted on Aug, 10 2016 @ 12:19 PM
Dang it! I thought this was going to be a zombie thread!
Peeple, this might be better in philosophy because you are (already have) gotten the "science says" and "prove this" (even though we are in
The quantum theory (QT) is strange when you start looking at it. QT is smooth sailing until you hit "identity" because like the cat, it is dead and
alive at the same time. Your direct observation affects how the wave collapses and how that works with the macro world of beings and beingness is
anybody's guess at this point.
Also in QT, you have a set of rules for electrons and such particles the Fermi-Dirac statistics while for the things with mass (bosons) you use
Bose-Einstein statistics. The BE stats is how fusion will come about while FD stats is where spooky action at a distance resides. So you have that
division to deal with and how that works with your OP is what you may have to deal with (which terms belongs where).
You found the heaviest rock in the yard and decided to pick it up, huh?
As far as QT reading goes, try any or all of the following:
In Search of Schrodinger’s Cat
by John Gribbin (math heavy but also explains a lot of QT)
The Quantum Moment
by Crease and Goldhaber (not much math and deals how QT affects society)
Physics for Rock Stars
by McKinley (I own but have not started and it has good reviews)