Wednesday, November 15, 2006

the observer effect.

In science, the observer effect refers to changes that the act of observing has on the phenomenon being observed. For example: observing an electron will change its path because the observing light or radiation contains enough energy to disturb it.
In quantum mechanics, if the outcome of an event has not been observed, it exists in a state of superposition, which is being in all possible states at once. The most famous example is the thought experiment Schrödinger’s cat, in which the cat is neither alive nor dead until observed — until that time, the cat is both alive and dead (technically half-alive and half-dead in probability terms).

again, i pinched this paragraph from tim boucher`s site, i don`t think he`ll mind.............

the observer effect. it basically says that we are the one`s who decide the outcome of things. whether they be experiments or business decisions of affairs of the heart we are the ones who decide the outcome............beforehand.

science, or certainly a growing branch of it, is coming around to what the rest of us already knew........careful what you wish for.

it`s so well known that it`s in common usage in language.

"careful what you wish for."

the new age thinking that says that we are god and that what we think creates reality is now being proven by science.............

i believe that with the more common use of the internet and open discussion of these ideas we will see a gradual falling back to meditation and a spiritual practice amongst society that will leave the modern church scambling to get thier parishorers to return.

by then it will be too late.

the frayed edges of the church in our society is finding it harder and harder to convince people to come and listen to the minister. this fraying will get worse as media gets more of what people are interested in in front of them.

politically we have taked a step back fifty years recently but that is going to change pretty soon. i`m not an advocate of political solutions to spiritual issues because they are personal paths, not class issues, but the conservative, religious right promoted church culture non stop for the last seven years.

people need to be given spiritual choices as opposed to dogma. there are already three million laws on the books pertaining to how we relate to eachother, we don`t need laws to frame our relationship with divinity.

the strength of the divine takes care of that.

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