Originally Posted by Jappa
I love the wave of water was a joke as in looking at the waves of water but we were talking about the wave of interference created when particles collide.
But I choose to believe that particles in super position choose to react in whatever way they deem most "expected". Thus the interference pattern is caused from a single proton burst shot one at a time with no outside expectation causing super position to take place and the proton to interfere with itself.
You guys are right and I agree it is all about perceptive and whatever perceptive you choose to view thing on is what you see as real and what even possibly effects matter to act in one way or a different way. That is what the split test proved. Just the act of observation changed the outcome, observation introduced the will or thought that something should happen in a certain way and when observed it did happen in that way when not observed an left to act on its own it acted in a different way.
As for god again I agree perspective is everything maybe you can't perceive God as energy but if you take things literally then one god Zues was represented by lighting and he was the supreme God in greek religion and we know that other religions speak of many different Gods. So it could be argued that the God of Gods is in fact energy if you just look at the lore and the science based on greek religion because we have proven that lighting is energy. Just saying
You can't perceive God as energy because God isn't energy and energy isn't what you think of it as Umami explained. Your perception of reality is always subjective and though we've made significant strides in being able to fact check those perceptions, just because you perceive something one way doesn't mean that's the way it is.
You're looking for some objective answer where none exists and your looking for God embodied in the physical universe which is self defeating as human knowledge expands.
Never ever never take mythology literally. Myths are stories that never happened but always are. Whether people want to admit it or not, everyone's lives are dominated by myths. It's the way we make sense of events. There's no damned way around it. It doesn't matter what Zeus was since different groups always view the same object differently, it matters what purpose the character Zeus served in those stories.
Down the road people are going to look back at our mythology. It's found in **** like Carl Sagan's Cosmos. In literature like "The Last Question." In movies like 2001: A space Odyssey. You can even throw Moore's Law in there. Even if you're not a fan of that stuff, the presuppositions within those stories are held by most people you come across in one form or another.