A question I’ve been thinking about. Quantum Physicists discovered something doesn’t exist unless we look at at. Does the mean the entire universe (stars, galaxies etc) also don’t exist until we view it? Also they are so far away, I’m confused😂
What exists is altered by your looking at it. (Heisenberg' uncertainty principle)
String theory also supports this.
How this affects us in the macro-world is yet to be seen.
My question is this though. the Stars are millions of light years away so do we affect them immediately by looking at them? or is it like delayed to what the speed of light it?
If that makes sense to you
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I don’t get it
BTW, I’m close to sold on FE theory. Everything is lie
Yes and I’ve always been on the fence but more recently I’ve been leaning FE. Still doing more research but there’s lots of logic for it
Are you familiar with the book of Enoch?
I’m beginning to believe in general that many of the ancients had a better idea if what was going on than we do
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