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Topic: [OT] quantum uncertainty
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Marnie Northington

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[OT] quantum uncertainty
Posted: Jul 14, 2013 9:25 PM
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quantum superposition is God letting others think they are making the
decisions, freedom of will, not domain, is the only freedom we have
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_superposition

Schrodinger's wave equation is reliable in predicting the outcome in the
Newtonian realm, there is uncertainty, not randomness, randomness would
possibly be certainty

I have never seen a statistical evaluation of quantum physics, I'm not a
professional physicist or statistician so please point me in the correct
direction if there is one that proves randomness

I believe the background uncertainty in physics is due to God's decision
to make all the decisions himself, when he wants to

otherwise his life would be boring, and he would be subject to the
domains of others

his identity is God he has to lead the long nice story that is cyclical
within eternity, it has to have a so nice of an ending for him to be
motivated to do the whole thing again

therefore the veil of maya,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_%28illusion%29#In_Advaita_Vedanta

the Newtonian realm is his and we can have free will to think otherwise


so suffering is the taming of all life by God
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sa%E1%B9%83s%C4%81ra

perhaps the end of the story is free domain for all for a countable
infinity all once all life is tamed
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moksha

--
Dale



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