Though Quantum Physicists we are uncovering facts about the universe that seemed impossible.
In the last few years, there have been breakthroughs in the scientific field that have extensively broaden our understanding of reality as Copernicus’s outline of the solar system.
The biggest problem to date is we don’t grasp quantum physics. This however started roughly a hundred years ago. Physicists began questioning the speculation that the universe and physical space that surrounds us is not actually “Real”.
By discovering the “Point Particle” scientist were able to prove that reality was, in fact, an illusion. Through the data, they received from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) they were able to come to the conclusion
The Large Hardon Collider was built to smash particles together and then monitor the outcome and was started up the first time on 10 September 2008. By doing, so scientist were able to make some incredible discoveries. According to research conducted through the particle accelerator they could see that the physical world is not as physical as we think it to be. Reality is, in fact, an illusion. We are only surrounded by energy.
Proving that reality is just energy:
When we think of an atom, we see an organized group of electrons and protons around a neutron, but this pattern is entirely incorrect. Particles that makeup atoms have no size or structure and have no physical presence or weight. They have zero dimensions and are only events in time
Electrons, on the other hand, don’t have a singular presence. They consist of a particle and a wave simultaneously, all depending on how they are perceived. They are not confined to one location or moment but instead exist a multiverse. This is known as Superposition.
Now you may ask what does all this mean?
It basically comes down to: that the more we information we uncover about the subatomic world, the more we realize that we know absolutely nothing about the true nature of reality.
What is the Copenhagen Interpretation?
The Copenhagen Interpretation is a scientific way that scientist use to get to their conclusion for understanding reality. It originates from the school quantum mechanics where the primary belief is that reality does not exist without a spectator to observe it.
This may be difficult concept fathom.
We simply can think of it like this: seeing that particles exist in several dimensions at the same time, then there must be someone or something choosing to see it in a singular location, allowing the spectator to see an image.
Researchers in this field of quantum physics beliefs reality only exists because human consciousness wants it to exist, by connecting with the energy we are co-creating the universe.
How the Universe is made up of information?
Entanglement is another mind-blowing discovery in quantum physics.
Entanglement is when two particles collide and then affect the spin of another particle. What makes this extremely interesting is that when these to particles collide, they will never be able to untangle and will be connected indefinitely. Regardless of the distance, they are stretched from each other the spin of the one will always affect the spin of the other.
Scientist has been able to observe this in living cells. In one prominent experiment, researchers grew algae cells in a petri-dish. They then separated these cells into two halves, moving one half to another laboratory. The findings were no matter the distance; when a low-voltage current was applied to one of the petri-dishes, it would always affect the cells in the other petri dish in the same way at the same moment.
How Is this possible?
Being able to understand this we need to change the way we think of the universe. We Need to see the universe as a physical realm in which the things we see, and sense are all that exists. As famous physicist Sir Roger Penrose explained it, “we must envision the universe as nothing but information
In believing that the physical universe is just a product of a theoretical universe that interconnects everything and everyone in an unobservable way. All information is lodged into the physical constructs of the physical universe but is channeled to our physical states from the theoretical realm, first theorized by the Greek philosopher, Plato.
As Erwin Schrodinger famously stated, “What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. Particles are just appearances.”
Confirming the conclusion that everything is energy and that we create our own reality.
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