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Another diagram, maybe better?



On Sunday, November 10, 2013 8:42:34 PM UTC-5, Jason wrote:
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> On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 1:16 PM, Craig Weinberg 
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>> Thanks for uploading it, great job!
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>> Here's what I propose to re-interpret QM:
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>> <http://multisenserealism.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/instant_eternal.jpg>
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>> Beams exist only within the experience of the various participants, not 
>> as literal beams across a vacuum. There are no literal waves or particles. 
>> What is happening is that the stimulated physical components are arranged 
>> to reflect their stimulation to each other, which occurs in a physical 
>> frame of time that is essentially timeless.
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> I believe in a four-dimensional existence (timeless physics).
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>>  The physical layer, I am saying is the most primitive layer of 
>> experience, within which space and time divergence is generated. Light does 
>> not happen in spacetime, spacetime happens in experience (which is light, 
>> or any other sensation).
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> Is this like describing a type of idealism then? ( 
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subjective_idealism )
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>> On the right hand side, the topological layers of sensitivity slow down 
>> the instant and recapitulate larger and larger chunks of eternity into each 
>> frame of awareness. 
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> How does some particle carry all that information of its entire history?  
> Aren't particles of the same kind practically (if not theoretically) 
> indistinguishable?  Perhaps in QM the multiple values a particle's property 
> can take on represent an ever growing collection of information that can be 
> associated with that particle?
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>> I tried to show how the footprint of the inanimate objects extends all 
>> the way down to the bottom, but remains indifferent to the spatiotemporal 
>> strata on the right hand side. Not the best diagram, I admit, but maybe 
>> gives some sense of the model I suggest.
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> It took me a few times re-reading what you wrote but I think I can 
> interpret some of what you are saying.
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> Jason
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>> On Sunday, November 10, 2013 4:49:00 AM UTC-5, Jason wrote:
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>>> All,
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>>> I've put together a primer on QM, as I think in the process of 
>>> explaining something in simple terms can help improve one's understanding 
>>> of a given subject.  I thought I would share it with this list in case it 
>>> might help anyone else. I also welcome any feedback anyone has to offer 
>>> regarding it.
>>>
>>> Jason
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