Question regarding non locality and the interconnection between everything.

 
 
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31 March 2012 16:03
 

Hello I have a question for anyone who can help me out here.  It is factual to say that everything in the universe simply isn’t interconnected, correct?  Is non locality a principle that simply isn’t at play here?  If this is the case would be it be fair to say that this is supporting evidence that we are unlikely to be one consciousness as some people claim?  Thanks.

 
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06 April 2012 12:17
 

Non-locality , like a lot of subatomic phenomena from QM does in principle extend into the atomic and even macroscopic realm. It’s not just a construct or an arbitrary principle that’s used to explain things; it’s not a metaphor. It’s a description of how the world actually is. So famous weirdo QM realities like non-locality and the wave / particle duality can and do effect our reality and could in principle manifest in the everyday world. Where and how? Who knows? What we do know is there’s nothing in principle from to confine these things to the subatomic realm.

[ Edited: 07 April 2012 02:44 by softwarevisualization]