In the News (from Quantum Physics): “Quantum Hamlet Effect” In this work, by use of a formalism similar to formalism of the quantum Zeno effect (decrease of the decay probability of an unstable quantum system by frequent measurements) and quantum anti-Zeno effect (increase of the decay probability of an unstable quantum system by frequent measurements), we introduce the so-called quantum Hamlet effect. It represents a complete destruction of the quantum predictions on the decay probability of an unstable quantum system by frequent measurement. Precisely, by means of some especial, correctly defined, frequent measurements, decay probability of an unstable quantum system can behave as a divergent series without any definite value. In this way there is quantum mechanically completely unsolvable “Hamlet dilemma,” to decay or not to decay.
My Comment: Kabbalah explains that everything happens relative to us and inside us. Everything is completely dependent on our qualities. Everything that is observed is observed by us. Therefore, by controlling our thoughts, we can “mentally,” but practically, control all matter. So, every one of us can be Hamlet, always, and in all of reality!
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