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On reality (1)

Thursday, March 9, 2017 16:43
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Quantum mechanics suggests that nothing is ever in a particular place, but instead that everything has a probability distribution in every moment. Change is thus fundamentally not a matter of things changing place, but of things changing probable place. It means, for example, that a single thing can pass physical barriers via several openings at the same time.

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  • Uncle Thanky

    Reality is based in perception.
    Our perception is controlled by belief.

    • Cintus Supremus

      Reality is most certainly not based in perception.

      Reality IS even before it is perceived.

      Once perceived, rightly or wrongly, memories and beliefs are then formed.

      But reality itself is rigid, point-to-point (discounting linear time) and is not altered by perception (all quantum theory ideas notwithstanding).

      Reality stands on the side of truth and of God.

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