What does quantum mean?
Did you know that there is an intelligent consciousness that permeates the entire Universe? And that this omnipotent, omniscient, all-knowing force also exists in each of us, including you?
Known by many names such as quantum mind, unified field, The All, God, universal consciousness, whatever you want to call it, it is no longer just an untested philosophical theory outside of metaphysics.
This has been scientifically proven.
So this will be very brief and hopefully “informative”, especially for those who have no knowledge of quantum field theory or quantum mechanics in general. Quantum mechanics deals with the study of particles at the atomic and subatomic levels. The term was coined by Max Born in 1924. Although this theory aims to provide accurate predictions of phenomena at subatomic scales, it is not fully understood why it works, what it really means, or what implications it has for our picture of the world. . Therefore, the best I can do is present the central mystery of quantum mechanics and show how its theoretical framework works to provide predictions in the real world. Once you decide to go down the rabbit hole, the wonderland of quantum physics will captivate you forever. So, let’s go.
Introduction to quantum mechanics.
Quantum field theory is a framework for describing the behaviour of particles (such as photons, electrons, etc.) and their interactions using the principles of quantum mechanics. It is a fundamental theory of physics that has helped explain a wide range of phenomena, including the behaviour of subatomic particles and the properties of materials.
In its most basic form, quantum field theory describes the behaviour of particles as waves (such as the motions seen when a stone is dropped onto a surface of still water) which can be described by using mathematical functions called “fields.” These fields are associated with all types of particles and can be considered as a “sea” of particles that constantly fluctuate and interact.
Terrifying, strange, and mind-blowing are all euphemisms when it comes to quantum physics. Things in the subatomic world of quantum mechanics defy all logic in our macroscopic world. In fact, particles can pass through walls, appear out of nowhere and disappear, remain entangled, and choose to behave like waves.
To the layman, quantum mechanics seems more like a strange phenomenon or a fantasy science movie, full of jargon and complicated mathematical equations. However, it is easier to examine the basic concepts of quantum mechanics, as long as we are not surprised by the fact that each electron is both a particle and a wave. In fact, the truth is even stranger.
Electrons cannot fall on either side of the particle/wave dichotomy. It is described only by a wave function or state vector, which allows calculating the probability or probability of finding a particle. The theory sets fundamental limits on the precision with which we can measure particle parameters, replacing classical determinism with probabilistic determinism. The theory describes virtually all natural phenomena, from the blue of the sky to the structure of the molecules that make organic life possible.
Quantum mechanics allows us to think about interactions between correlated objects, at speeds faster than that of light (a phenomenon known as quantum entanglement), in the frictionless flow of fluids in the form of superfluids with zero viscosity and zero resistance current flow. in superconductors. It could one day revolutionise the way computers work, thanks to quantum computing. It also lays the foundation for the advanced theory of relativity, known as quantum field theory, which is the basis for all of the particle physics made famous by scientists like Albert Einstein.
At first, you may find that your brain circuits are fusing as you try to understand the fundamentals of quantum mechanics. However, as you delve deeper into the quantum wonderland, the intricacies of the equations, and see the real-world application, the fascination grows, revealing the beauty at the most fundamental level. The world is not just what we see with the naked eye, but something that goes far beyond our understanding. Quantum mechanics revolutionised the study of physics and opened the door to new horizons of magic and possibilities.
Simply put, the quantum field holds infinite possibilities and potential in all areas of our lives, whether we are aware of them or not. This is what makes Quantum Reiki so powerful – utilising the omnipotent power of the universe to bend and shift our reality.