The uncertainty principle

Rachel Harrison

Submitted on in response to the Quantum humor post

Dear Kiran,

Some of us may be familiar with the uncertainty principle and schroedinger’s equation, but I for one would love to know and understand more.
I love it, so please continue to throw light.


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Uncertainy in our every day life

The uncertainty principle

Dear ALL

I don’t want to bore you with the over and over told stories of the wave-particle duality and Schroedinger’s cat … there are hundreds of books that do this.

She is both dead and alive according to some left brains

She is both dead and alive according to some left brains

I want to give you the story of what we can learn from this for everyday life and for our work with the CoRe system.

As you know I was the first that told the world that all the new systems that give themselves very good sounding names like “Quantum Xrrhoid” or “Nonlinear physics” systems are all random number generators including the CoRe.

Now what is missing in our culture is an appreciation for the “Uncertain” but that this will be the foundation of a new science and that is what we are doing here.

For about one hundred years the uncertainty principle has been reconfirmed in hundreds of experiments, which simply says you cannot measure all parameters like coordinates, impulse and so on of atomic particles with any desired accuracy but that there is a limit given by the Heisenberg formula.

Why has such a tiny matter kept so many brains spinning for such a long time… what is in question here are quantities in the range of 1/billions of a meter and 1/ billions of a second…so who and why care ?

We all know or should know that “uncertainty” is a common factor in our life and we try to escape it with so much pretense and insurances. This is why the discovery that “uncertainty” is even part of the most simple processes is making so much wind for such a long time.

And of course there are those simple minds like Einstein who hold that the “Uncertainty principle” is only the result of the fact that we do not know all the details he called them “the hidden Parameters” and once we know them “voila” no more uncertainty all is calculatable down to the last digit.

Simply our common hope/believe/imagination that at the basis there is a really real reality that is unmistakable one way or the other…. The cat is either alive or dead.

Now what I know and propose here is “No this is not the basis of reality” and behaving/believing/hoping/thinking as this was the case will us get from one mistake into another. There are at the bottom no HARD fact/ hard reality/ hard data….. we only assume this because our every day experience makes us expect this.

As uncertainty is a rule/fact of our life, most of us act like in the painting of Michelangelo (see the detail below)

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Will you -won't you ..Will you -won't you.. join the dance ? from Alice in Wonderland

That is paralyzed by not knowing exactly what to do and neither retracting nor advancing the hand.

However some think that the always been sure/certain way is the way out of this dilemma they create believe systems that exclude all doubt or at least tell their followers that as long as you have doubt you have not yet arrived you have not yet reached consciousness/ salvation/ bliss.

I tell you a knew story, the story is that of “Alice in wonderland” and to the degree we become like her we will taste the bliss that being truly alive means. If someone offers you a sip from a bottle you don’t know sometimes you should accept it and sometimes you don’t never make a rule either way. Being alive means to be in a constant state of “not knowing” a continuous state of “experimenting”.

It’s the new science of the DLE because it is not only to be flowing and not having any focus/ principles/ fixed points in your life but it is the dynamic alternation of lability and stability.

For this reason I also said that “believe” is not a good approach to CoRe or to any informational healing because we associate with the concept of believe that it is the better the more “unshakable” it is. Of course working with the CoRe you will never get to rest in a feeling “now I know” and if you think “I need to believe” to make it work you will have start to not see all the moments where doubt comes in.

Doubt is the necessary pendulum effect of “believe” and those who strongly “Believe” will also strongly “doubt” but because they cannot allow themselves the realization that they “doubt” they have to suppress this realization into the sub-conscious….. they have to be missionaries or fakirs to not see their doubt.

“There is no believe without doubt”

And the bible makes this very clear when they have Jesus say on the cross in the last moments of his life “My god why have thou forsaken me”

So some are honest and they say and see that they have doubts and they either blame it on themselves or consider it inevitable.

Now here is my solution to this problem :

“If you don’t want to live with doubt …. Drop the idea/concept/attempt to believe” That is the Be+leave system that I will describe soon

Believe does not hinder the work with CoRe directly but it will always make its work more difficult because of the doubt that comes INEVITABY with it as a result of the Yin/Yang principle.

This was my long discourse to explain why the “Uncertainty principle” has kept so many people wondering for such a long time and that the CoRe is the first technical system that makes use of it in a deliberate way.

Hope I got you confused ….. as this would mean more DLE more life and health



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  1. Hi Kiran:
    When you believe somthing long enough it becomes a belief whether it is right or wrong.

    That is why some say that what we believe is
    B.S. (Belief System.)

    I enjoyed your talk last week. I look forward to
    hearing more fom you.

    Mike >