“As surprising as it may sound, no one really knows what an electron is. And it is this fundamental mystery that has been the driving force for much of modern physics and what eventually led to the development of quantum field theory…while we can’t observe an electron, we can observe its behavior—more specifically its energy….This is where the quantum model took over, where, instead of existing in precisely-defined orbits, all that is known about electrons is their probable distribution around the atom—generally referred to as an electron cloud…This alternative view of electrons as probability clouds, rather than definite orbital states, successfully describes the behavior of matter. However, although achieving what the Bohr model couldn’t, it still doesn’t reveal the nature of the electron and where its mass comes from…To get deeper still, we need a model that more accurately describes the nature and structure of the electron, which is precisely what is offered in the generalized holographic model introduced by Nassim Haramein. This approach starts by defining the fundamental bit of energy as an oscillating spherical unit…it states that the energy—or information— of any spherical system is proportional…This holographic relationship between the exterior and the interior defines the mass expressed by the system at any given moment, while the inverse defines the mass-energy density of the system—or as described by David Bohm, the unfolded and the enfolded, respectively. The question is, can this approach be extended to the electron? The first step in answering this question is to consider the spatial extent of the electron and the volume of information that it encloses. So if we start with the premise that an electron cloud can be considered as an “electron” coherent field of information, then instead of thinking about the electron as a separate system, the electron could be thought of as a cloud of potential energy..This new picture of the electron as a coherent collective behavior of the Planck scale granular structure of spacetime is non-trivial, as not only does it give us a deeper understanding of the nature of the electron, it can also help deepen our understanding of …physics.”
Great article if you want a hint about entangled quantum particles like photons (bundles of light energy), which are interconnected no matter the distance so that what happens to one is immediately known and reacted to by the other. What I’d invite you to consider is that you are made of light energy, of entangled photons. And quantum theorists tell us that we and everything else in the universe is a hologram, with the defining characteristic being that “within each part, resides the information for the whole”. Within you, resides the information for the Whole. You are indeed interconnected and entangled with all other beings. And what affects one, affects us all. This is the new vision of reality we are presented by science. And it echos the wisdom of Christ who taught that what we sow, we reap. Now we know, this is literal. Furthermore, quantum findings suggest that the past, the future, and the present, time itself, are all immediately affecting one another, such that actions in the future affect the past. How would we change our lifestyle if we knew this was true? – Valerie Varan LPC psychotherapist and author of Living in a Quantum Reality: Using Quantum Physics and Psychology to Embrace Your Higher Consciousness
” the first in the world to find a way to use quantum-entangled photons to encode information in a hologram…The Glasgow team’s new quantum holography process also uses a beam of laser light split into two paths, but, unlike in classical holography, the beams are never reunited. Instead, the process harnesses the unique properties of quantum entanglement—a process Einstein famously called ‘spooky action at a distance’ – to gather the coherence information required to construct a holograph even though the beams are forever parted…Their process begins in the lab by shining a blue laser through a special nonlinear crystal which splits the beam into two, creating entangled photons in the process. Entangled photons are intrinsically linked—when an agent acts on one photon, it’s a partner is also affected, no matter how far apart they are. The photons in the team’s process are entangled in both in their direction of travel but also in their polarisation…because the photons are entangled as a single ‘non-local’ particle, the phase shifts experienced by each photon individually are simultaneously shared by both..”
Wonder why all sorts of scientific disciplines are giving us hints that our underlying reality is a field of consciousness?
In neuroscience, we are learning that everything we do repeatedly is remembered by the body, which rewires itself to do those things more easily. We also learn that trauma is remembered by the body for several generations. Water remembers what it comes into contact with. And here in this Harvard experiment in materials science, we learn that even contact between surfaces reveals “memory”.
According to the article, contact between us reveals an underlying system, which evolves depending on both the past and the now. The underlying system shows it has memory. Is this “a field of consciousness”?
“Experiments by Sam Dillavou and Shmuel Rubinstein at Harvard University have, for the first time, revealed that the friction between two surfaces has a “memory”. …it became clear that the system had “remembered,” how it reached its current state and was evolving based on its history, not just its current state…”
Wow. An experimental test to determine if quantum or classical gravity is at work in our Universe. What this means for us is a potential confirmation, again, that our Universe operates according to quantum laws. To say our Universe is quantum, really says that there is a field of potentiality out there, where subatomic particles pop in and out of existence and their structure is dependent on an Observer to materialize. And that these “particles” are really just bundles of energy anyway, that they are routinely in more than one state or “position” at a time (superposition), and that they regularly act like a collective system rather than independent objects. And that they get entangled, such that what happens to one is immediately reacted to in a complementary fashion by the other…essentially showing synchronistic behavior. No wonder it appears that a field of Consciousness is really our fundamental reality!
“This new research, which is a collaboration between experts in quantum computing, quantum gravity, and quantum experiments finds an unexpected connection between the fields of quantum computing and quantum gravity and uses this to propose a way to test experimentally that there is quantum not classical gravity. The suggested experiment would involve cooling billions of atoms in a millimeter-sized spherical trap to extremely low temperatures such that they enter a new phase of matter, called a Bose-Einstein condensate, and start to behave like a single large, quantum atom. A magnetic field is then applied to this “atom” so that it feels only its own gravitational pull. With this all in place, if the single gravitating atom demonstrates the key ingredient needed for quantum computation, which is curiously associated with “negative probability,” nature must take the quantum gravity approach.”