Reality doesn’t exist until it’s measured, at least for very small things, new research has found.
By replicating a famous experiment where an object is given a choice for how to behave, physicists found that the object doesn’t actually make its decision until it is seen. The finding proves one of the central parts of quantum theory, a branch of science that has been applied to make much of our modern technology.
Scientists gave an object a chance either to act like a wave or a particle, and looked to find out when the decision was made. While one might expect that it is either one or the other, quantum physics predicts that it will only act one way or the other when it is measured, after it has decided — and that was confirmed by the experiment. (1)
The consciousness of the observer formulates reality.
Once again, the proponents of materialism will find a way to diminish the power of such experiments; something material must be the cause of the “decision”. But what is measurement? Is it simply the interaction with something material, like a detector for example? But if that was the case, then the wavefunction in such experiments like the double slit experiment would collapse even before measurement – the electrons are interacting with other particles in the lab, with the planets’ gravitational pull, with cosmic radiation et cetera.
In a self-referenced conscious world we live in.
It is easy not to see consciousness nowhere. It is easy to defy yourself. To defeat You through You. All you have to do is be conscious and choose not to!
Choose to see. Choose what to see.
Prove yourself wrong!