There's no such thing as wave particle duality everything is One

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posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 01:14 PM
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Everything is just waves of probability.

Probable states of the wave function become entangled and isolated. This causes the illusion of separation.

I like to call it the probability highway of waves. Some parts of the highway become congested and you get universes, galaxies and people. There are some parts of the highway that aren't congested and you might get a car riding down the highway once every 5 hours. So, you will not find galaxies and people.

When a measurement occurs, it's just a classical observer coupling one probable state of the wave function with their environment. So classical observers are in a box or cave and they think their congestion is all that exists.

Say you have a wave function that consists of up, down, left, right. Up and left become entangled so the observers in up-left will think up-left is all that there is. The same thing will happen if down-right becomes entangled. The observers in down-right will think down-right is all that there is.

So we're all the product of interacting probability waves and we're under the illusion of separation.

Everything is One!!




posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 01:25 PM
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In this multiverse, there is no sense of self; this is another man-made illusion which psychologically separates mankind from the collective consciousness we truly are.
The timewave is an ocean of infinite possibilities, so when a soul with a heightened level of awareness rides the wave, their experience(s) in a given reality flows in synchronicity.



posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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"Duality" is a perspective. Unity is a reality. We are experiencing as a duality because our bodies cannot handle the being of unity. Until we are no longer in this gravitational vibration, we will continue to experience the duality perspective, because that is the one that suits this world most. Some have trained themselves to handle more...but it takes lots of training, and a detachment from the physical, which is the exact opposite of societal training.



posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 02:42 PM
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Wave in what? If the wave function is NOT a wave disturbance in a real, physical medium, then it exists merely in conceptual space and there is no problem of measurement-induced, instantaneous wave collapse and no problem of quantum entanglement, whatever the separation, seeming to violate the upper limit of the speed of light imposed by Special Relativity. But if merely a mathematical conceit, how can the wave function demonstrate interference?

Physics cannot resolve this issue yet.



posted on Oct, 1 2012 @ 03:00 PM
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Here is a great explanation that will add to the OP.




posted on Oct, 2 2012 @ 01:57 AM
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You are both right and wrong, probably.

Sorry - to be serious. I like the idea that it is only our consciousness which is real. Everything we see is a product only of that. We know that wave functions always collapse on observation. We also know that wave functions collapse on a non measurement, if the particle you are trying to observe is not observed, that lock of observation is still a measurement and so the wave function collapses. So it seems this function is very real, not just a handy mathematical construct. So perhaps where these waves of probability meet they add up to form the universe as we think it? And in the gaps the empty highways? Nice analogy btw.





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