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RE: Quiet Days

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Posted by Infinidi on May 23, 2000 02:36:21 UTC

An quantum mechanical experiment conducted in the recent past shows the violation of Bell`s Inequality Theorem. Why? Is our understanding of logic at the quantum level incomplete? Or is it because ultimately, the observer and the observed are one? Or is it because reality is essentially nonlocal? Or all three of the above?
If this isn`t enough to boggle the mind, the zero point energy at any given point in space-time is infinite. Our little world floats on a sea of infinite energy. What more? The world is composed of superstrings that have a length of 10E-33 cm. At this length space-time presumably becomes quantized. Conceptually, there is the idea of Absolute Infinity standing above all orders of infinity. It is metaphysical infinity, and represents that which cannot be comprehended. What a strange world we live in.

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