Originally posted by Xtinguish
Originally posted by dviper785
In our physical reality we can percieve things in our physical reality.
I think I have a basic understanding of quantum mechanics, or I like to anyway. I understand what your saying, but the point I (or Berkley)
ideas come from? Berkley says ideas come from the ultimate perceiver, or God. All of our ideas come from God, the one who conceives and perceives all
things. This is why nothing is unconceived because God is always perceiving it (and why we can't conceive of something unconceived). Our ideas of the
world are our sensations and what we immediately perceive, and all ideas come from God.
You're basically confirming more ideas of quantum and metaphysics, and what I said above as well.
Take for example our higher self, which is not confined to the physical reality we are in. Higher self includes our thoughts - and if we see a tulip
in our physical reality, where must our thoughts about it be? In our physical reality.
I believe that all matter is percieved by thoughts,
which I guess would be the same thing as saying ideas, as you are. The reason it's unifrom across our race, is because our race is uniform with
physical reality. You say you have a basic understanding of quantum physics, well quantum physics is based off probabilities.
Now, if everyone believes (their ideas/thoughts) a red and yellow tulip is red and yellow, then what is the probability that tulip will be red and
yellow in our physical reality?
I'm thinking it's gonna be read and yellow! And because of this principle, it's going to be red and yellow under a microscope, or not under a
microscope, in our physical reality.
Same thing as the room and the box, in our physical reality,
it's going to a room, and a box.
God/Conciousness = interchangeable! All humans are a piece of the individual conciousness - which is God, more or less - which is where all of our
thoughts comes from - which in turn creats the physical reality.
Think of perception as the electromagnetic spectrum. At a unique frequency, we see a unique perception/color(eg: visible light)/wave(eg:
gamma,radio,x-ray). In the physical reality portion of the spectrum, we percieve the same things, across the physical reality.
Like the red
and yellow tulip, and like if the cat is ethier dead or not dead, not both.
The matter that we can percieve is limited by the reality that we are in, or basically the portion of the "electromagnetic spectrum" that we are
looking through. Perhaps in a parallel reality the tulip is blue, and green. Much like the cat is alive in this reality, or dead in the "tulips are
blue and green" reality.
So yes, I agree! Matter does not exist! We percieve different things in different realities. What we perciece depends on what we beleive and what
we beleive depends on what we know from conciousness/God and our higher selves (thoughts).
If we believe the tulips are red and yellow, then they will be red and yellow no matter how close you are looking at it.
The reason that the blue and green tulip does not "bleed through" into our reality is because our physical reality is in a quantum state -
(remember: heat bath), and the other reality is as well. Per physics, we can't perceive the blue gree tulip b/c of the heat bath, and lack of
energy, aka: heat, transfer.
How do I know these two realities are superpostioned on top of each other?
We have free will - which means at any time, we can change our beliefs and the new physical reality that we now believe in, is quatum superpositioned
right next to us to start percieving.
Without quatum superposition, free will is a myth.
So yes, the matter of tulips, in this reality
, is the colors red and yellow!