Tuesday, September 24, 2019

N,N-Dimethyltryptamine entangled symmetry with parallel universes hypothesis

The more I study Quantum mechanics the more it doesn't make sense. Yet, as an active observer of the quantized information being processed through a medium, only I can make sense on this. In the recent paper from Cornell University states that there’s no such thing as objective reality. In addition, another paper published in Nature Physics even large molecules behave like waves. Correlates with the idea that reality is subject to question based on the sole facts of the observer.

In layman's terms, no two observers are bound to the same reality. 
A rectified statement that I am well fascinated with my dreams ever since I found out they were lucid.
I am God.
I control and manipulate matter at my will. Spacetime is merely a construct of this physical universe.
Since there is no objective reality, our imagination is the universe we behold. If this holds true, then information is in a state of superposition until the observer justifies the possible outcomes based on the present facts. 

We're manifestations of the universe experiencing itself. 

In this universe, you can't have one without the other. Black and white, light and darkness, negative and positive, male and female, love and hate.

Could the mere chemical reaction of N,N-Dimethyltryptamine in the pineal gland provide a glimpse of the parallel universes that reside among us. This could shine some light on Dr. Rick Strassman research. As many of his test subjects recall encountering with external entities.

As far-fetched as the possibility may sound.

"We must challenge our assumptions." - Moira