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  2. @caelanb Dude, science does not understand quantum mechanics. They can only try to make interpretations of it. (If the article is locked, maybe this will be unlocked, it is for me: ) "If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don't understand quantum mechanics." - Richard Feynman " I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics." - Richard Feynman "If quantum mechanics hasn't profoundly shocked you, you haven't understood it yet." - Niels Bohr "It is meaningless to assign reality to the universe in the absence of an observer; in the intervals between measurement, quantum systems truly exists as fuzzy mixture of all possible properties." - Niels Bohr "The laws of quantum mechanics itself cannot be formulated ... without recourse to the concept of consciousness." - Eugene Wigner "Quantum mechanics thereby provides a rational science-based escape from the philosophical, metaphysical, moral, and explanatory dead ends that are the rational consequences of the prevailing entrenched and stoutly defended in practice—although known to be basically false in principle—classical materialistic conception of the world and our place within it." - Henry Stapp “… it begins to look as if we ourselves, by the last-minute decision, have an influence on what photon will do when it has already accomplished most of its doing… we have to say that we ourselves have an undeniable part in the shaping what we have always called past. The past is not really the past until it has been registered. Or put it another way, the past has no meaning or existence unless it exist as a record in the present”. - John Wheeler “Solipsism may be logically consistent with present Quantum Mechanics, Monism in the sense of Materialism is not.” - Eugene Wigner "It was not possible to formulate the laws of quantum mechanics in a fully consistent way without reference to the consciousness." - Eugene Wigner "We have to give up the idea of realism to a far greater extent than most physicists believe today." - Anton Zeilinger Why do people cling with such ferocity to belief in a mind-independent reality? It is surely because if there is no such reality (as far as we can know) mind alone exists. And if mind is not a product of real matter, but rather is the creator of the illusion of material reality (which has, in fact, despite the materialists, been known to be the case, since the discovery of quantum mechanics in 1925), then a theistic view of our existence becomes the only rational alternative to solipsism.” - Richard Conn Henry and Stephen Palmquist "Observations not only disturb what has to be measured, they produce it… We compel [a quantum particle] to assume a definite position." - Pascual Jordan "It proves that measurement is everything. At the quantum level, reality does not exist if you are not looking at it," - Andrew Truscott “As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clearheaded science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about the atoms this much: There is no matter as such!" Max Planck "The atoms or elementary particles themselves are not real; they form a world of potentialities or possibilities rather than one of things or facts." - Werner Heisenberg "The doctrine that the world is made up of objects whose existence is independent of human consciousness turns out to be in conflict with quantum mechanics and with facts established by experiment." - Bernard d'Espagnat “It is basic for physics that one assumes a real world existing independently from any act of perception - but this we do not know." - Albert Einstein
  3. I'm not like the other people who get too hung up on your persona and can't see you as a vessel with a mouth. Don't underestimate me But that of course doesn't stop me from also liking your persona.
  4. I know I know. I don't.. I think it's at a healthy level.
  5. @Leo Gura I listened to the entire thing non-stop in one sitting, I only had to pause a few times to have a quick pee. And I even had sleep deprivation. I don't understand why I can listen to you so one-pointedly and with such focus. I can't listen to anyone else like that. With all other people I lose my concentration and I stop hearing what they say and then I fall asleep. Sometimes it's creepy how close I feel myself to you. Because my "Truth-seeking journey" or whatever you want to call it started with you and now many years later it continues with you. But yes I'm a bad student because I don't make any progress, so I probably shouldn't even say this. It's not good for your reputation etc. I'm sorry. But hey not everyone can be succesful. I'm just one of the very few bad cases. No big deal. What were you drinking in the video? (This isn't a joke, I'm curious.) If you like maybe you would like Check it out. It's quite amazing.
  6. My parents are originally from Finland, but I'm born in Sweden. I don't know what that makes me.
  7. @roopepa Moi. (This means "hi" in finnish.) I live in Sweden. And I'm half-finnish, so I can speak the finnish language as well. I think you should write about how Finland should join Nato. Please, do it.
  8. 2 hours and 18 minutes left.
  9. Before I started this nonduality stuff I was really into the multiverse thing (in a kinda scientific way). And I still think that the multiverse probably exists.
  10. Yes.. No I haven't seen that. I don't like copy/paste stuff from some people to all other people. Like "I could do this and that, and that means also you can do the same thing." It doesn't work like that. No. No. Yes. No. Not everyone has the same opinion. But yeah sometimes I can think that some things are nice. For example the sky, or a good song.
  11. @Random witch Sorry if I wasted your time. But I admit that I might be deluded. You had more success in convincing me than most or all other people. So see it as a success. But I can't promise that it will change anything, but who knows.
  12. They are monitoring them yes but I'm not sure that we would be able to eliminate the threat in time. But ok yes maybe they could eliminate it.
  13. It's basically 100% guaranteed that it will happen, so it's not less likely. There's a average time interval how often big asteroids hit earth, and if I remember right we have already passed that average interval. So it will happen any day now. We would be at fault for it because we aren't putting enough effort on preparing and practicing on how to eliminate the threat. We aren't trying our best.
  14. @Random witch If everyone on earth would tell me that I can be president, I still wouldn't believe them. I know myself best. No one else. You tell me that I can get a partner even when you haven't met me, you don't know anything about me, you haven't even seen a picture of me. Maybe I know better than you.. I actually don't wait that I will miraculously get a partner. I don't think I will ever get a partner. I have lost hope. But maybe I still deep inside have some hope.. and that's probably stupid. Maybe it's just a primitive instinct thing. Maybe I don't want a partner hard enough because I know that even if I would get one she would either cheat on me or break up with me. So what is the point. I guess the solution would be to get a new partner, but that would again be difficult, it was hard enough one time, but pull it off a 2nd time after getting emotionally destroyed from the break up? 🥵
  15. Why aren't you caring more about the defense against space objects hitting earth? Wouldn't it be interesting if we all cry about the climate, but then suddenly ooops a asteroid comes and wipes out all of us? One day a space object will be on a collision course with us. I think there are some theories on how to eliminate the threat but we still don't have a definite method which we have practiced on.