Double Slit

I had quantum fever this evening and watched a video about the Double Slit Experiment. Long story short, the ‘light-ripple’ experiment demonstrates the theory that all realities are possible until a destination is detected. If you want more juicy details, click this:

Anyways, isn’t that cool? How do light particles ‘know’ what their destinations are? How does light ‘know’ where it ‘wants’ to go? Why does it seem to change it’s attitude, from particle-like to wave-like, depending on the obstacles and space around it?

Well, how do you know where you want to be? We have to switch our attitudes depending on where your going, who’s around and what you’re trying to do. We can’t stay in the same state if we’re trying to get to another time and space, one that’s more favorable.

The next time you find yourself afraid to switch forms or try another path, just remember, you’re cancelling out a lot of other possibilities. All realities exist all at once. It’s up to you to make happen what you want to happen.

– B. Brown

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    1. Thank you! I fell in love with quantum physics earlier this year and I just can’t get enough of the stuff

      1. I’ve read a few Brian Greene books, but to go beyond layman’s terms is difficult for me, I’ll admit. It’s impressive that you grasp quantum physics! 🙂

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