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Quantum Entanglement Theory

Quantum entanglement

The theory of quantum entanglement could be one of the most important variables in the existence of the universe. Albert Einstein famously called it “spooky action at a distance”. Quantum entanglement is the phenomenon that two particles can become entangled to the point where they will always affect one another. This is not separated by time or distance, meaning one […]

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The Theory of Light

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As humans we are made up of the same elements that make up the sun, the stars and the moon. We are made up of about six elements, oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus, and traces of the others. Our sun is made up of those same very elements. The radiation it gives off is traces of those elements. […]

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How can we save the Earth and Humanity?

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How can we save the Earth and Humanity? After studying this planet on the deepest intellectual level and traveling the mind to the furthest points in the known universe there is only one logical conclusion. If you were to ask this question to a supercomputer, an advanced civilization far beyond anything that is known there would be one simplified answer. […]

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Math is the key to all the knowledge in the universe

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Reductionism is the philosophy that all psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. The above sentence is very difficult to understand at first glance, upon further evidence it seems to be true.   This means all life, thoughts, dreams, events that happen to us can be explained by numbers. As […]

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Do particles have free will?

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Quantum Mechanics talks of how small particles move freely throughout our universe. Sciencenews.org asks in their article, if subatomic particles have free will? That begs the question that there is an almost infinite amount of particles in the universe. They move in unexpected patterns. Particles like electrons, neutrinos, and even light particles zip around space and pass by Earth. Physicists […]

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