I love this quote by Carl Jung. It’s the one that makes me feel like there’s always a purpose to our lives. And that there is no such thing as an accident, just a chain of cause and effect. This is how I feel about the life I’m living.
While I enjoy the idea of a purpose, I also know that it only works in so far as the cause is the same thing each time. The cause is the same thing each time, so it doesn’t really do anything. I have a theory about this. If you look at how the universe works, every event is a cause and effect. Every human event is a cause and effect. If the cause of any of those events is different, it doesn’t really matter much.
This is one of those things that I would like to believe. I actually think it is a good thing, but I don’t know if I am the only person that feels like this, so I can’t be the one to say it.
This is a pretty bad theory. Its pretty much the same as saying that the only thing that matters is the number of particles in your body. But you know what? That is a completely wrong way of approaching things. Particle physics is actually very good at solving problems, and in many cases, solving them in a way that feels right.
As for the rest of your theory, it seems to me that if you are going to build something, you want to be able to control it. Particle physics was designed with this goal in mind, so it does not seem to me that it would create any problems. In fact, there are a number of things that particle physics does very well that are better suited to the task of creating a universe that we are all a part of.
I’d like to suggest a couple of these other-world-applications of the technology that the particle physics is built on. One of these is quantum entanglement, which allows two particles to be connected even if they have different states of motion. A second application of this technology is quantum teleportation, which allows a particle to go somewhere else without the need for the other particles involved to know they’re anywhere else.
The other way to think of quantum entanglement is as a form of time travel. Quantum entanglement can allow an event to happen in the future, even though the state of the system at the time the event happens is the same as the state it was in when the event happened. This is called quantum non-locality, and this is the application of entanglement you see in the real world today.
The best way to explain quantum entanglement is to imagine a particle that can appear and disappear every second. And then every second there is a different particle that is always there, and those particles are entangled. It’s actually a quantum version of the classic example of time dilation, where one second ago the particle was here and now it is there.
But the quantum versions of all this are different, because the particles that are entangled are never truly in the same place at the same time, but in some version. And this is what is being applied to the universe in general. It is called “quantum non-locality” because, unlike conventional “local” quantum phenomena, the universe has no locality. The particles’ location at the same time is not related to the location of any of the particles.
It’s been pointed out to me that quantum non-locality is the result of particles being connected to one another in some way that is not related to their position. This is the opposite of the way it is in the real world. But quantum non-locality is possible because the quantum state of a particle is always changing. In this case, the location of each particle can be changed at any given time.