Subjective nature of Reality: The Metabrain and Schroedinger’s Cat

Thomas G. Schumann

Abstract


We show that according to quantum theory and special relativity that “objects” do not have independent existence or characteristics. We argue that reality consists of highly correlated but distinct streams of consciousness possibly created by a “metabrain”. 


Keywords


Quantum mechanics; subjective nature of reality, entangled particles, metabrain

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References


Thomas. G. Schumann, “Reality and Consciousness: the Metabrain and the Quantum”, (Publisher: The Round Thing, available at Amazon.com) 2013

Thomas. G. Schumann, “Three Arguments for the Quantum Dream Analogy”, Physics Essays, 24 (4), 564-569, (2011)

E. Schroedinger, “The Present Situation in Quantum Mechanics”, Naturwissenschaften, 23, 807-44 (1935)

An English translation is available in J. A. Wheeler and W. H. Zurek, Quantum Theory and Measurement (Princeton University Press, NJ. 1983) p. 152

R. Sperry, “Hemisphere deconnection and unity in conscious awareness”, American Psychologist, 23 (10), 723 (1968)


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