Quantum mysteries. Information. Unity.


No one is about to claim that quantum physics is now easy to understand, but maybe it’s not quite as devilishly complicated as we thought.

New research suggests that two of the quantum world’s most mysterious features, the uncertainty principle and wave-particle duality, are simply two sides of a single coin.

“The connection between uncertainty and wave-particle duality comes out very naturally when you consider them as questions about what information you can gain about a system,” Dr. Stephanie Wehner, an associate professor at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and one of the scientists behind the research, said in a written statement. “Our result highlights the power of thinking about physics from the perspective of information”. (1)

Try hard and you will gain a limited amount of information for a system.
Try not and you will learn everything there is to know about the cosmos…

Because all is One.

And the only way to perceive them is to simply let go and let them fill in your void…

Sounds, language, space, hidden knowledge…

Ηave you ever wondered why most natural languages invariably use the same spatial attributes — high versus low — to describe auditory pitch? Or why, throughout the history of musical notation, high notes have been represented high on the staff? According to a team of neuroscientists from Bielefeld University and the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, high pitched sounds feel ‘high’ because, in our daily lives, sounds coming from high elevations are indeed more likely to be higher in pitch. (1)

What we think is based on what we feel. But wait a minute! I just posted a post claiming that what we feel is based on what we think! (see Harmonia Philosophica @ Blogger: “Violins, senses, prejudice“… at 18/5/2014)

At the end, everything is interconnected.

In fact, so much interconnected that you do not see the difference.
So much interrelated that you finally end up with… One!

Or… nothing!
Or… everything.
Or… whatever!

You get the point! 🙂

Past, present, future…

A smart application for phones, combining photos you take with pictures from the same place from the past.

A smart application for phones, teaching philosophy…

Photographs of the past, photographs of the present. (1, 2, 3)

We walk next to everyone. The past, present, future – ideas in your brain. Next to your car there walks a horse. Next to your house, a war takes place. Next to you, a different Sun is shining. What is different is the same.

What is now has already passed.

What has passed, is always there.

What will come, is already here.

Poetical. Mysterious. Weird. Our cosmos as One.

Soap bubbles, patterns, One, infinite…

Soap bubble storm. (1)

Self-repeating patterns are everywhere.

The unity of the cosmos cries out its existence in every aspect of the cosmos, in every detail we see. But we are just too reluctant to acknowledge it.

The idea seems absurd. Could everything be One?

Could we be seeing the same things over and over again simply because we want so? Could we be creating an imaginary world by using and re-suing the same self-made fantasies?

We claim we want the truth. But usually the one who cries out loud about something, is the last person really wanting it… Are patterns in our mind or are they another manifestation of the uniqueness of reality? One and Infinite are two sides of the same coin…

(Im)Perfection, unity, One…

Perfection is a myth, show 50,000 bacterial generations. When it comes to evolution, there is no such thing as perfection. Even in the simple, unchanging environment of a laboratory flask, bacteria never stop making small tweaks to improve their fitness. (1)

But what could be more perfect than an organism which changes constantly but still remains the same?

We break the world into pieces and see imperfection everywhere. While what we should do is exactly the opposite! The world is One.

Close your eyes and see with your heart…

You wouldn’t seek perfection if you didn’t already know that it is possible…

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