The Nature of Reality

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Dr. Masaru Emoto's Water Molecule Experiments. BBC Horizon 2011 - What is Reality? (complete, uncut)

Vortex Based Mathematics

Von Neumann entropy. In quantum statistical mechanics, the von Neumann entropy, named after John von Neumann, is the extension of classical Gibbs entropy concepts to the field of quantum mechanics.

Von Neumann entropy

For a quantum-mechanical system described by a density matrix ρ, the von Neumann entropy is[1] then the von Neumann entropy is merely[1] Quantum Physic and the Kabbalah. Quantum physics say energy is love . Vibration energy is love. Body. Hyperspace Introduction.

Body

The article that follows this introduction featured in the science section of the 25th December 1999 edition of The Economist magazine. It gives a good idea of how hyperspace is treated in mainstream, leading edge physics. Hyperspace poses something of a dilemma for modern physics. On one hand it is very useful for explaining how the Universe is constructed at the very smallest level, and it even provides a useful concept for explaining what came "before" the beginning of time (click "stargate" for details µµµ).

Quantum dot. Colloidal quantum dots irradiated with a UV light.

Quantum dot

Different sized quantum dots emit different color light due to quantum confinement. Researchers have studied applications for quantum dots in transistors, solar cells, LEDs, and diode lasers. They have also investigated quantum dots as agents for medical imaging and as possible qubits in quantum computing. Electronic characteristics of a quantum dot are closely related to its size and shape. “Everybody wants to be transformed, but no-one wants to change” Water: Top Secret Masaru Emoto. HIDDEN MESSAGES IN WATER - Dr. Masaru Emoto Experiment With Meditation At Brahma Kumaris HQ.

Quantum Cryptology

The observer effect. Deepak Chopra: Michio Kaku Interview By Deepak Chopra. Michio Kaku interview on Deepak Chopra Wellness Radio-Sirius XM September 19, 2009 Deepak Chopra: My very special guest today is Dr.

Deepak Chopra: Michio Kaku Interview By Deepak Chopra

Michio Kaku and Dr. Quantum confinement. Quantum physics. Nassim Haramein on synchronicity. What the Bleep Do We Know!? This hard-to-describe movie, which combines talking-head documentary footage with a fictional narrative, attempts to explain quantum physics in terms most audiences can understand.

What the Bleep Do We Know!?

The extent to which it succeeds will largely be the extent to which a viewer grasps the complex theories being addressed in those terms. Does matter exist?

Quantum Entanglement

Subatomic Particles. Paul Davies, a cosmologist at Arizona State University in Tempe, admires the fact that Aharonov’s team has always striven to verify its claims experimentally.

Subatomic Particles

“This isn’t airy-fairy philosophy—these are real experiments,” he says. Davies has now joined forces with the group to investigate the framework’s implications for the origin of the cosmos (See “Does the Universe Have a Destiny?” Below). Quantum mechanics. In advanced topics of quantum mechanics, some of these behaviors are macroscopic (see macroscopic quantum phenomena) and emerge at only extreme (i.e., very low or very high) energies or temperatures (such as in the use of superconducting magnets).

Quantum mechanics

For example, the angular momentum of an electron bound to an atom or molecule is quantized. In contrast, the angular momentum of an unbound electron is not quantized. In the context of quantum mechanics, the wave–particle duality of energy and matter and the uncertainty principle provide a unified view of the behavior of photons, electrons, and other atomic-scale objects.

Quantum field theory. For example, quantum electrodynamics (QED) has one electron field and one photon field; quantum chromodynamics (QCD) has one field for each type of quark; and, in condensed matter, there is an atomic displacement field that gives rise to phonon particles.

Quantum field theory

Edward Witten describes QFT as "by far" the most difficult theory in modern physics.[1] In QFT, quantum mechanical interactions between particles are described by interaction terms between the corresponding underlying fields. Garrett Lisi: A beautiful new theory of everything. Athene’s Theory of Everything. Bachir "Chiren" Boumaaza, aka Athene, is an extravagant Internet celebrity, with over 240 million upload views, and a professional gamer.

Athene’s Theory of Everything

If you haven't heard of him, he's a record holder in World of Warcraft and online poker, and plays the main character in a series of videos on a popular YouTube channel with well over 340,000 subscribers. Athene is known for crashing gaming servers, with the aid of his massive army of followers, who just love to be part of the controversy and trouble Athene is so well known for. M-theory. This idea is the unique supersymmetric theory in 11 dimensions (11D), with its low-entropy matter content and interactions fully determined, and can be obtained as the strong coupling limit of type IIA string theory because a new dimension of space emerges[clarification needed] as the coupling constant increases.

M-theory

In the early 1990s, it was shown that the various superstring theories were related by dualities which allow the description of an object in one super string theory to be related to the description of a different object in another super string theory. These relationships imply that each of the super string theories is a different aspect of a single underlying theory, proposed by Witten, and named "M-theory".

Originally the letter M in M-theory was taken from membrane, a construct designed to generalize the strings of string theory. However, as Witten was more skeptical about membranes than his colleagues, he opted for "M-theory" rather than "Membrane theory". Hyperspace. Hyperspace Physics. A Universe From Nothing (Lecture) Lawrence Krauss gives a talk on our current picture of the universe, how it will end, and how it could have come from nothing. Krauss is the author of many bestselling books on Physics and Cosmology, including "The Physics of Star Trek.

" If you’ve ever wanted to answer that annoying question, "how could the Universe have formed from nothing", then watch this video. Lawrence Krauss is funny, informative, and if you watch the entire video (it’s over an hour long, so you might need to pause it a few times), he will blow your mind. Lawrence seems like a pretty cool guy.