How was the universe designed – from start to end (as we know it)

////How was the universe designed – from start to end (as we know it)


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    Vikram Chauhan
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    I strongly believe that the answer lies in quantum mechanics. When an electron is not observed, it goes into possibilities. It means it goes into possibilities of thoughts.

    Life is nothing but thoughts. Before thoughts came into being, there were only possibilities of thoughts (potentiality of thoughts).

    So, life started from possibilities – from possibilities of thoughts. Possibilities are always there – they are eternal. And life started from a pool of eternal possibilities – possibilities that are nebulous.

    To go a bit deeper, when an electron is not observed, it goes into possibilities – but these possibilities are “locked” to some extent. Since you still think that it is an electron. If the possibilities were not “locked” by your thinking, you might see a proton or a neutron.

    It all depends on the amount of locking.

    To give an example, in the double slit experiment, when mediators concentrated on the electron, the diffraction pattern reduced.

    So, it all depends on how much you lock the possibilities of thought.

    A possible thought was locked and converted into an actual thought – and thus started life.

    And these possible thoughts are the thoughts of God (thoughts in potential of the universal consciousness) – possibilities can only occur in consciousness. So these occurred in the universal consciousness. Universal consciousness collapsed one of the potential thoughts into an actual thought. An actual thought was born. So from possibilities of thought we had actuality of thought – the same way a possible electron is collapsed into an actual electron.

    The actual thought collapsed further possible thoughts and, animate and inanimate objects were born.
    Finally, the homo sapient species were born, who extrapolated their origin to the “big bang” – whereas the “big bang” never existed.
    For that matter, the universe does not exist – it is just a thought construct.

    Am I thinking on the correct lines here?


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    Aurora Carlson
    110 votes

    Dear Vikram, I’d like to let you know that Deepak has responded to your questions with the following: Readers Ask: How Was the Universe Born?

    Enjoy 🙂

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