Uncertainty 1

The next few days, we’ll be discussing the physics of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Then we’ll spend a few days on practical applications in daily life.

We have discussed how three dimensional matter is made up of packets of energy, and how these packets of energy change, depending on what we expect to see. We have said that we can use our thoughts and emotions to observe matter (the three dimensional hologram) the way we want it to be, so the physical world must reflect our attitudes about it.

The little concentrations of energy we know as subatomic particles express themselves differently, depending on the method we use to look at them, depending on our perspective. We can never know what a packet of energy is, when we don’t observe it, since our observation of it changes it into something we expect to see, in real time. The instant we look at a packet of energy, it changes into what we expect to see.

Just like our attitudes toward the world define and shape the world we see.