Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Quantum's Big Disconnect

Quantum's basic assumption is that the universe is composed of tiny, discrete, spherical particles is patently absurd. The architecture of the particle is completely inconsistent with it's behavior in reality, and to account for this, mathematicians have invented the notion that these particles follow rules, instead of architecture.

Gravity, light, magnetism, electricity, chemical bonding, etc. are not enacted simply by virtue of the mechanical form of the objects in question, they are bound to happen by an abstraction- a rule. These rules which are enforced, not by things, but by the concept of enforcement itself ('a' force). Quantum's forms are unextended, disconnected, and thus cannot perform the actions at a distance that we are all so familiar with.


  1. You're wrong in stating that mainstream science makes the claim that particles are always solitary free agents in the universe. Indeed they adjoin with others...this is why particle excellerators need to be built at great expense in order to seperate and smash them in order to try and observe the activity at that quantum level.

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    2. The word solitary has not come up: the word was discrete!
      No less than Newton himself stated of gravity that it remains absurd to human reason that an object can act on another through a vacuum. In other words, he knew that "forces" have a lot of explanatory value, but are not themselves literal physical things. In fact, no common sense person will admit that a wall pushes back when you exert force on it, asking themselves how the wall knows when to push or not. Force is a concept.
      The idea that there must be an invisible plenum or ether or time/space continuum even led to the building of towers on Lake Eerie in (unsuccesful) attempts to measure it (in the 20th century!)

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