posted on Dec, 11 2009 @ 11:23 AM
The other day I was listening to a quantum physicist speak on the radio about the double slit experiment. Electrons shot at a wall with two slits
behave like a wave, until they are observed and they behave like particles. The theory he was working with is that we live in a multi-dimensional
world which is full of many various potentials which all exist simultaneously together.
If this is the case, the physicist says, then in various dimensions there are different versions of us. In some dimensions I have made decisions and
actions that led me to be rich and famous, in others, I might find myself homeless living on the streets, and in others there would be countless other
potential versions of me living out countless other potential scenarios.
The difference in how the electrons of the double slit experiment behaved was the observer. Until observed the electrons exist in multiple locations
as different potentials, but when observed the electrons collapse to one single observable measurable potential. Zapping the tiny world of electrons
up in scale to include our various potential me theory the inevitable question arises of who decides which of the potential versions of myself is the
Real one, the one that I am experiencing?
This is why I like quantum physicists. They are constantly dealing with things that they know exist, but still can not put their fingers on. Who is
watching me, and collapsing all of the other potentials into the life that I’m living? God is watching me. God is the constant observer. He is
the author and finisher of our faith, our lives, our hope of eternity and all that ever is or ever was. God is the observer.