As always, I am intrigued by the effects of the observer upon the quantum field. I do not subscribe to an ABSENCE of mental affection upon the course and condition of any quantum investigation toward the resulting performance of, here, two particles.
My interest is about the mind's influence upon ANY TEST of particles. Should a particle absolutely obey an undetermined outcome of the particle? Such is random; yet, experiments yield the same results at two-thirds of the time as the above video implies. Those results always react, or are caused by an influential act of an observation by an observer. It is like turning a key to a door; it always happens two-thirds of a time during an experiment.
This is a very important discovery: the very presence of a human being as the initiator of an experiment, AS AN EYEWITNESS of the response of the very particle upon the MOMENT of observation. The particle begins to spin (particularly as expected by previous experiments), in one direction. Since there are companion particles at the other end of the tests, the correlation of those two particles are responsive to the acts of the observer.
Why? Does an influential imagination foreplay the change of the particle(s)? In this next link, the "Neuroscience of Freewill", the so-called "decisions" of a conscious act, the brain converts an impulse into both a thoughtful decision as well as performs a physical action. This is very important in understanding quantum entanglement. How, indeed, can an observer be "aware" of an observation that occured just previous to the conscious action? Did the brain, previous to the choice of making an observation begin to influence the particle(s) under observation? Is there another experiment to be made of the observer's brain activity just before the act of observation?
It is a crucial need to know exactly what actually happens just before ANY experiments of a particle(s) condition at the very moment preceding the observation.
I would be most fascinated with the results of brain activity in the process of making ANY OBSERVATION OF ANY KIND. Study of animals in outdoor environments is also a rich source of studying the human element upon the behaviors of animals in the wild. Do we, as consciousness, affect those animals with our presence?
Which neither space nor time touches.
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