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Adrian P. Cooper - The Quantum Matrix

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The Quantum Matrix
20 March 2011. Author and Copyright
 © 
2011 - Adrian P. Cooper 1
TheQuantum Matrix
Published 20 March 2011
Author and Copyright
 © 
2011Adrian P. Cooperhttp://www.ourultimatereality.com 
 
The Quantum Matrix
20 March 2011. Author and Copyright
 © 
2011 - Adrian P. Cooper 2
The Quantum Matrix
The true nature of the "phenomena", the great "mystery" in which allparticipate but few understand, broadly known as "reality" and the relatedquestion of "life", has occupied the thoughts, minds and research of themost brilliant and pioneering scientists, researchers and philosophers forthousands of years, as it continues to do so today.Entire libraries could be filled with the resultant theses, research papersand books dedicated to these great, indeed ultimate questions, addressedby the sciences, religions and Spirituality, with the myriad of associatedphilosophies.Whether "space travel", astronomy, astrophysics, quantum or theoreticalphysics, the ultimate purpose and quest is to discover the true and ultimatenature, purpose indeed "secret" or "mystery" of human existence andmeaning and destiny of planet Earth, life on Earth and of humanity and Life.The only factor that has substantially changed over the millennia, centuriesand decades are the "tools" available to pursue this seemingly vast andendless quest, and openness to new ideas, concepts and evidence.In recent years billions of dollars have been, and continue to be spent ontheoretical physics projects, the latest of which hopes to find the so called"Higgs-Boson" or "God" Particle.The question, the enigma, the apparent paradox that will always arise fromsuch investigations however, sincere though they surely are, is if thesescientists and researchers find such a "particle", will it, as all other sub-atomic particles be "real" in absolute terms?Will a "God particle" have any basis in fact?Or will the "God particle" only exist due to the very act of observation itself?Another fundamental, indeed crucial question is that of the very nature andphysical as well as scientific limitation of tools being applied to this quest.Has the presumption that the answer to these questions lies within theobservable physical Universe, to be finally discovered through physical
 
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instruments, completely overlooked the only and ultimate research tool thathumans have and need -
Mind
?It is these and the numerous other related questions that I will address inthis short paper.Before we can even begin to consider the nature of absolute Universal"reality", we must first address the question of the very nature "localreality", and how it is "experienced", perceived, quantified and qualified,because these are the factors upon which the entire paradigm upon whichall physical 3 dimensional science is based, without which there would beno science. The exceptions, for the most part are the Quantum sciences.To begin to address this question, look around you right now.What do you see?Your "PC", the "computer display" upon which you are currently readingthis document, the "desk" upon which the display rests, the "chair" uponwhich sit, the "doors", "walls" and "ceiling" of the room for example?These objects may seem very "real" to you from your own personalperspective, because, after all, your physical senses insist they are "real" or"solid", but are these familiar everyday objects "real" in absolute terms?Is Earth Herself even "real"? How about the Universe? The "instruments"used to sample everything that people generally accept as "reality"?The first question we must ask then is "what is really "real"?Are the things around you really "real"?To begin to understand the true nature of the experience that mosthumans regard as "reality", experience or "life", we must first take acompletely dispassionate look at how your perception of "reality", from theperspective of a human "living" on Earth - your personal experience - iscollated and ultimately perceived and recognised from your perspective.So let us first briefly summarise how you "sample" what you believe to beyour "reality":

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