posted on Sep, 19 2006 @ 06:29 AM
Well Ghost, I still don't buy it, because those 2 paradoxes still aren't solved. They're only partially solved by this non-local consciousness that
sees everything the same.
But in that case, like I said, I fail to see why consciousness would need to be the Observer and not this "non-local" phenomena.
Also, if we take the electron as being in every possible location at the same time, changing things so that the laws of physics are the observer
wouldn't change that - wouldn't threaten that position. A photon or some kind of interaction would still have to occur for the electron's momentary
position to matter at all. Even then, some other things could still allow the "breathing room" for the electron to exist in many places around the
electron at the same time, because a difference in location may not affect the physical outcome.
So, just as for the answer to some quadratic equations having 2 solutions, both of them right, in that case in physics regarding observing the
electron, the same could be true.
This allows both of our viewpoints on it, and eliminates the paradoxes - but Consciousness still isn't the observer.