Imagine you recorded the results of one double slit experiment onto a computer which has never processed the results to either a screen or any witness. Scientists have proved that if you do not observe either the rear wall or the recorded data at the slits then that information can change even if you observe them a million years from now. Depending on whether you look at the plate from the rear wall first of the data at the slits first, the data can still change in one million years time. What does that tell you Joe?joe wrote:You've lost me. How about some diagrams?Quasar wrote:Those are my conclusions about our Universe.
Tells me that both the wave function and the partical function exist simultaneously through time infinitely. If that is the case then all the data from billions of double slit experiments which occur naturally in the Universe are held infinitely within some dimension. That dimension cannot be possibly visible to use at all and yet it contains all the keys to everything we see.
It has to be available to use when we need it no matter where we are physically in the Universe, it is timeless in its essence as proven by experiments therefore anyone would concur that somehow it sits parallel with us existing alongside our Universe. It can't be in our Universe otherwise we would witness it.
I would therefore conclude, that the future, the past, the present, probability and possibility are a dimension that sits parallel with us and only appear when we need to witness them.