The Creator Is The Observer Of His World

Laitman_910In the News ( “A world comprised of large objects is predictable, reliable, and slow to change. But the whole world consists of particles – photons, and they in turn are movable and are unpredictable. Behind the shell of familiar objects seethes quantum life. …

“Classical physics describes on a large scale. It describes the world, it describes the people, it describes gravitational force – something with which we are accustomed to face on a daily basis.

“Quantum physics – is different. It describes the world on a microscopic scale. After all, the quantum – is elementary, the smallest beam of energy. The most famous quantum – a photon – is a particle of light. In recent years, it became clear that our world as a whole is quantum. … This is a very profound conclusion redefines modern scientific concepts that recently were regarded as immutable. …

“The first paradox: light – is both particle and wave.

“Probability is built into the very structure of reality – it is the first property of the quantum world. The second property – is non-locality, entanglement particles. A complexity of particles: the particle knows the behavior of its partner, if they are at a distance of a kilometer or even in different parts of the galaxy. It is also strictly scientifically proven fact. And two linked particles in the quantum world always communicate with each other. Moreover, this interaction manifests and propagates faster than light.

“Einstein’s theory is not broken. The fact of the matter is that this relationship of particles is not associated with information transmission. That is, the complexity does not allow passing information and any energy. And here is the complexity in the quantum world, its unity is completely unrelated to the classical concept of space, time, the speed of light. …

“Particles we imagine as a point. But the particle, in reality, is not an object in the conventional sense of the word. The particle – is like the excitation of a quantum field that surrounds us….

“It’s not that our material world, the world of large objects, is illusory – it is not. The fact is that it is not the main one. And the main thing in the structure of reality happens on a microscopic quantum level. …

“How is this fundamental quantum world refracted into what we see? The tables, chairs, television screens and, finally, in ourselves? It turned out that the most important thing in nature – is the act of observation. The world of quantum entanglement, turns into a seething world of material objects, when observation takes place. …

“Who watched the world, before there was mankind, when only the Universe was there? It was some kind of third-party super-observer, call it the Creator, the Maker – some kind of pure intellect.

“Now, many physicists, not marginalized, generally believe that if you turn away from the forest you were looking at, then there will no longer be the trees for you, the uncertain quantum turbulence. …

“It turns out that the concept of objective reality, which we were taught at school, is wrong?

“Absolutely correct. It is hard and difficult to understand quantum physics, because it is contrary to our sound logic, our common sense. We’ve learned that everything in our world goes on, the morning sun rises and sets, gravity works, we do not fall into the ground and do not fly away. But the quantum world is completely different.

“It turns out that the very birth of the world, the creation of our universe, can be considered a unique unusual quantum transition. And always an observer is required in quantum transitions. Who could be that observer at the time of origin of our cosmos? You can call it God, the Creator, the Maker, pure consciousness, and so forth.

“It turns out that without the observer, the universe simply makes no sense – based on direct interpretation of the current understanding of quantum physics, it is impossible to create without the act of observation. And once we understand that the world was the emergence of a quantum event, it is absolutely clear that there is God. It is – quite a scientific fact.

“It [our Universe] is organized in such a way so that it is comfortable for intelligent people to exist in it. … The mass of parameters in space is so favorable for our reasonable natural life – apparently, this is not accidental. The question naturally arises: ‘What if the world was originally provided for the possibility of our existence?’”

My Comment: In fact, nothing was created except for consciousness. The material world does not exist. Everything is felt only in our minds. Physicists are doing everything in their power to penetrate the other world. They penetrate its boundary layers, but later both matter and energy will disappear and evade the perception of different instruments and the mind.

Then they will understand that the wisdom of Kabbalah is calling people to discover, explore, and understand the Creator. The Book of Zohar tells us about that (see “The Introduction to The Book of Zohar“)

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“The Observer Riddle: 5 Famous Quantum Experiments”
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One Comment

  1. Yes this is fascinating indeed….because essentially at this fundamental level everything is the “same” thing. The question then becomes: if at this fundamental level everything is connected and really the same thing…energy, and essentially, that is what makes us, well then…, what is the reason for its differentiation and apparent complexity at the macroscopic level? Why does each of us see and experience very distinct and individual lives? What in the end is the point of each individual experience? Is there in fact, a point, or is it just that it is the way it is? Why are we all here and why are we all different? Although all these subjects are indeed compelling,.. in the end one struggles to understand them, looks around at the work to be done, and says to him or herself, fine…that may be the way it is but what are we really supposed to do with that?

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