Oneness: quantum implications of a scientific fact
Quantum oneness is a scientific fact.
Subatomic particles created together and separated by thousands of miles—one in a lab in the U.S. and another in Japan—react simultaneously to outside stimuli. If researchers apply pressure to one, the other reacts instantly around the world without apparent cause.
Think about that. http://bit.ly/astHLJ
Around the world…simultaneously…without apparent cause.
These results, which multiple labs have duplicated, forced quantum physicists to follow a train of logic:
1. No delay occurred between the application of a stimulus to the affected particle and the response of the seemingly unaffected particle.
2. Presumably, the particles cannot be communicating because communication (as we know it) would entail at least some delay…even at speeds exceeding the speed of light.
3. Quantum particles created together, therefore, retain “oneness” on a cause and effect level despite the human perception of being separated.
Astronomers postulate the “Big Bang” theory because computers in tandem with modern telescopes reveal the stars, galaxies, and nebulae of space radiate outward from a central point, which strongly suggests a common origin. Therefore, if everything was created together, everything remains connected on a “cause and effect” level despite the human perception of being apart…
…hence ancient tenets such as karma and “reaping what we sow”—because whatever we do to our fellow man, to Nature, or to Earth, at the most basic subatomic level we do to ourselves.
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