--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, off_world_beings 
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <<<Thanks for your answers. Really. I bailed from the
> TM movement before I could catch too much of the
> "quantum mechanics is to TM as..." stuff. But I do
> love hearing this stuff when it's expressed as
> eloquently as you do it.???
> 
> I've been reading and studying this stuff since 14 years old and 
> long before I got into TM.
> 
> <<<I guess what I was wondering about was whether
> quantum mechanics has dealt with what the Buddhists
> would call "interdependent origination." That is,
> millions of observers perceiving the same potential
> at once, and the potential having to react to being
> pulled in millions of directions at once.>>>
> 
> You may be hitting on what is a fairly newly popular (not sure how 
> old the idea really is) but now accepted concept, in quantum 
> mechanics called Quantum Entanglement. If you can get your mind 
> around the consequences of the concept, you basically have the same 
> idea as the one you describe.
> 
> <<<Is there one composite movie, or many?>>>
> 
> One and many at the same time. It is all one story with infinite 
> wonderful variations on a theme.

Cool.  Thanks.  "Quantum entanglement."  
Great term. Sounds like my love life.







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