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Quote from: Kartazion on 13/03/2022 21:12:03Who says it doesn't exist?You.
Who says it doesn't exist?
If that's the best you can do as an approach to backing up your views then you should probably stop posting.It looks a lot like you are unable to answer the question.
This is the Nature post that said so.
Nothing to do with the OP.
If thought itself is matter, and matter cannot be created or destroyed
Conscious thought existing as matter itself can act on matter around it.
You are weird. A theory is a well confirmed explanation for observed facts, and a New Experiments Show Consciousness Affects Matter.
and a New Experiments Show Consciousness Affects Matter.
team explain how they have prooved (many years of very impressiv tests) that someone can act on some quantum phenomenon
This mean, the people can change the result of the quantic experiment (making the wave function collapse !), only by thinking about it, elsewere on earth, as if some experimentator would direct interact with the phenomenon at the place of the experience.
It must be correct because this is what the experiences they did have shown.
And the physical phenomenon that is involved is some double slit experience (or one slit experience and it works as well).
This is incorrect. What you are describing is magic and magic is not real.
This is just decoherence, the effect of which travels at a good percentage of light speed. If it was 'caused' by some specific distant guy thinking about it, then they must have been able to show that the same system would remain in superposition (not collapsed) indefinitely if this one distant guy was not thinking about it. They've demonstrated no such thing.
There are plenty of examples of systems actually kept in superposition for extended times, despite the system being thought about continuously by the people setting up the experiments.
No, I have not watched the video. You-tube videos are not evidence of anything. If you haven't posted the actual claim here, then it isn't important enough to discuss.
So every time we discover some new thing using some exprimental method, it must be incorrect,And because you dont want to admit the fact it is magic ?
What are you talking about?
Are there any peer-reviewed articles written about these experiments?
Hi.I read most of what was written just above. It says quite a lot of stuff BUT none of it seems to be useful. It doesn't make any predictions or suggest something that can or should be tested. Science is less concerned about why or what some ultimate truth might be and more concerned with having an explanation and a model that is useful for making predictions. Best Wishes.