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One Word... "Interconnectedness"

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Posted by Mark on November 7, 2001 18:49:50 UTC

Scientists and philosophers alike do not deny that the universe seems to be "interconnected" in some respects, as if it were one giant seamless whole.

So electron A is somehow connected to electron B which likewise is connected to protons A & B and quarks C, D, & F. It's as if the universe is just "one gigantic field" that simply has "local vibrational patterns" (what we call "particles" and "interactions"). In this respect... everything in the universe is a different manifestation (or representation) of SAME EXACT FIELD (perhaps ten-dimensional space manifold).

What's the difference between an electron and proton?...
Nothing!... they are the same "chunk of universe" vibrating in different oscillatory modes. All particles are part of the same underlying manifold (curled/extended dimensions). Some go so far as to say that the entire universe is simply a SINGLE very complex wave function, which exhibits localized (particle like) wave excitations (interactions).

So if you break the laws in one section of the universe... it inevitably spells disaster for entire universe. We cannot quarantine "chaotic Mars"; if logic breaks down "here", then it breaks down "everywhere" in entire interconnected universe. Chaos would instantaneously "rewire" the universe's wave function, thereby effecting every "local excitation" (including that collection of "local excitations" we call Earth). Nature appears to be just a gigantic web of quantum entanglement (effecting a property of point A will cause point B to respond instantaneously).

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