The quantum term for an observer influencing reality is decoherence and it provides the basic structure of the waves of probability, inside the mind of the observer.
The observer is the vital force that processes the present, the future and also the past, which as Stephan Hawking once said, is indefinite and is just one of many different possibilities.
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According to a new academic paper in the Journal Of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, the structure of everything around us, including space and time, may have been created by our own observation.
According to the authors of the paper, the physical world is not something separate from us but is a creation of our own consciousness.
We, the observers, are defining the structure of physical reality itself.
While explaining the physical world, there are two main theories:
Quantum mechanics works at molecular or subatomic levels and general relativity works at massive, cosmic levels like the structures of black holes and galaxies.
When the properties of a conscious observer are taken into account, the incompatibility between the two theories disappears.
Influencing reality itself needs a conscious entity that is not a bot and has the capacity to understand.
The observer is conscious and is the first cause for beginning, maintaining and collapsing a quantum wave. Our thoughts and the ability to form memories and move in the arrow of time are essential qualities for creating the cause and effect phenomenon we see around us all the time.
All living beings and all the things that surround us – what we think reality is — is formed by atoms. Atoms which are empty in great measure.
Besides, to understand what we’ll talk about below, we must keep this in mind: everything physical is not made of matter. Instead, it’s made of energetic fields or information frequency patterns.
Understanding consciousness and how it fits in the universe is a perennial puzzle for decades. Some call it the holy grail of science.
Quantum physics is able to describe the atomic and subatomic level particles and their properties in ways never before understood, and science is beginning to understand a possible link.
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