Dr Eric Amidi reviews a worldview supported by Quantum Physics. Our daily activities tend to support a certain worldview, a worldview based on solid reality. Dr. Eric Amidi’s professional background spans authorship, science, and technology. He is a Quantum Physicist. Along with a group of great physicists at Fermi. Eric Amidi is a self improvement coach and a best-selling Author. Eric’s background is in Science and Technology. He also holds a Ph.D. in Particle Physics.
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Our daily activities tend to support a certain worldview, a worldview based on solid reality. We live in a world that seems to exist and function in a certain way regardless of how we interact with it. We believe that all that happens in the external world would have been the same whether we perceive them or not. They believed that world behaved in a definite manner and all they had to do was to setup experiments to learn how it functioned.
But, in early 20th century, they were surprised to see that the results of their experiments were different, even though they were looking at the same thing. That was a fundamental blow to solid reality, because now the reality of the universe depended on how we observed it. How we perceive the world defines it for us. But, if you examine the situation here, and try to be extremely logical and not presumptuous at all, all you could say is that: That reasonable assumption is what failed in Quantum Physics.
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This put them in a very awkward situation. They wanted to explore how atoms worked and the only way they could do that was to experiment with them to lift the hood. Physicists felt very uneasy about that because they felt their path to understanding how atoms worked was closed off for them.
Imagine an all-knowing and mischievous alien would come and give you a box and tell you: Physicists struggled with this paradox, but finally realized that the problem was with their belief system and assumption. The only way they could reconcile this paradox was to assert that reality is not solid or objective. In fact, they realized that talking about reality of things before we measure and observe them is meaningless.
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Quantum Mechanics had seismic impact on our understanding of the nature, not only because of the experimental implications but also the philosophical consequences of it. When the time is ripe for an erid or paradigm shift, you see seismic changes in multiple and seemingly unrelated fields like physics, math, art, and psychology.
Einstein simply asserted that you cannot say absolute time and ether exist unless you can show a way to measure them. The only thing we may be sure is that the universe exists, although solipsists may disagree with that too!
Dr Eric Amidi is a particle physicist. His writings cover the concept of reality, and quantum physics as it relates to the nature of reality.
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Dr Eric Amidi considers the effects our perception on the reality that we live by as the basis of his self improvement teaching. Dr Eric Amidi reviews a worldview supported by Quantum Physics Our daily activities tend to support a certain worldview, a worldview based on solid reality.
So what does Quantum Physics tell us exactly? That view is logical and reasonable.
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Now you can see the paradox here, right? Reality is what amii measure it to be, not what we assume it to be before we measure it. How does that impact our view of the world?
These paradoxes and their resolution gave birth to a new way of thinking: