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Reality as Self-perceptual System

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Reality as Self-perceptual System

Post by Ostronomos » November 28th, 2016, 1:42 pm

Reality seems to be self-perceptive because it still operates when not being seen when absent from an observer. It is a dual operation that is so dynamic that it merges opposites into one to resolve its duality. This explains the 2-stage processes in nature and mathematics such as 0's and 1's. In an infinitely possible universe, an electron takes an infinite path across the universe before journeying to the surface of the slit experiment and releasing waves. This is the explanation Richard Feynman gave to explain the phenomenon called wave-particle duality that was proven in the slit-experiment.

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Re: Reality as Self-perceptual System

Post by Alan Masterman » April 24th, 2017, 6:36 am

So what exactly is your question, Ostronomos? You raise many discussion points, but with what purpose?

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Re: Reality as Self-perceptual System

Post by Webplodder » April 27th, 2017, 2:29 pm

From a strictly logical point of view, how can it be proved that reality (as we know it) still exists when not observed?

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