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If we were shrunk down to live in the quantum world, we would see the

laws of physics broken right and left. Don't fret if you don't

understand the quantum world, neither do I and many scientists. Here

are some of what you might find there:

Quantum entanglement. Einstein called it "spooky action at a

distance". Here is one example. You have two coins. One is placed a

mile from the other one. The home coin flips as heads. Then the coin a

mile away always matches what the home coin does; thus in our example,

heads.

Now take one of the coins and put it on a distant star. Then flip the

home coin. If it lands tails, so will the one on the distant star. It

instantaneously 'knows' what the home coin always is. It even breaks

the speed of light, which it has to do, to perceive that home coin.

Quantum superposition.In the quantum world, an object can be in two

different places at the same time. When you go to measure it, it is

only in one place. But before and after, it can be in two places at

once.

Also, more than one measurement made on 2 identical particles in the

same environment, might not always give the same reading results. It's

like taking a 20 lb weight and weighing it. No surprises, it always

comes up 20 lbs.in our world. But in the quantum world, it may give

different readings each time it is weighed.

Quantum mechanics vs Classical mechanics. By now you should be able to

see a difference between the two. In Classical mechanics (the one we

are familiar with), you can predict the position of an particle at a

certain time.

Not so with Quantum mechanics. To find the location of a particle you

have to rely on probability rather than determinability.

Light in the world we know can act like a wave OR a particle. But in

the quantum world it acts as a wave AND a particle.

Since our reality is built upon the quantum world, one would think

that our world would be just as crazy. But it isn't. It is quite

stable and follows certain laws to the letter. So if I go to boil some

distilled water at sea level, I can always count on it boiling at 212

degrees.

We can give thanks to our Creator for giving us stability in our

world. We don't directly live in the quantum world of craziness, and

are grateful that we don't. Praise Jah.(Ps 102:18)

Sincerely James

laws of physics broken right and left. Don't fret if you don't

understand the quantum world, neither do I and many scientists. Here

are some of what you might find there:

Quantum entanglement. Einstein called it "spooky action at a

distance". Here is one example. You have two coins. One is placed a

mile from the other one. The home coin flips as heads. Then the coin a

mile away always matches what the home coin does; thus in our example,

heads.

Now take one of the coins and put it on a distant star. Then flip the

home coin. If it lands tails, so will the one on the distant star. It

instantaneously 'knows' what the home coin always is. It even breaks

the speed of light, which it has to do, to perceive that home coin.

Quantum superposition.In the quantum world, an object can be in two

different places at the same time. When you go to measure it, it is

only in one place. But before and after, it can be in two places at

once.

Also, more than one measurement made on 2 identical particles in the

same environment, might not always give the same reading results. It's

like taking a 20 lb weight and weighing it. No surprises, it always

comes up 20 lbs.in our world. But in the quantum world, it may give

different readings each time it is weighed.

Quantum mechanics vs Classical mechanics. By now you should be able to

see a difference between the two. In Classical mechanics (the one we

are familiar with), you can predict the position of an particle at a

certain time.

Not so with Quantum mechanics. To find the location of a particle you

have to rely on probability rather than determinability.

Light in the world we know can act like a wave OR a particle. But in

the quantum world it acts as a wave AND a particle.

Since our reality is built upon the quantum world, one would think

that our world would be just as crazy. But it isn't. It is quite

stable and follows certain laws to the letter. So if I go to boil some

distilled water at sea level, I can always count on it boiling at 212

degrees.

We can give thanks to our Creator for giving us stability in our

world. We don't directly live in the quantum world of craziness, and

are grateful that we don't. Praise Jah.(Ps 102:18)

Sincerely James

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