If everything is possible in this universe, how can one collapse the wave function to get things to happen the way he desires?

If everything is possible in this universe, how can one collapse the wave function to get things to happen the way he desires? What I am talking about is probability manipulation.

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  1. 2 months ago
    ARCANA_INCARNATE

    Time, The Ultimate Energy

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Are there any practical applications in this book?

      • 2 months ago
        ARCANA_INCARNATE

        There are more practical books. Accessing Outer Time does not depend on any particular book.

        You are searching for The Lion Path. Seek out the Paschats.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Gotta run Blue Eisenhower November one time, to get your hands on something like that.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      wtf does that even mean

  3. 2 months ago
    ARCANA_INCARNATE

    Desires are memories of the future.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Quantum coherence.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It all comes down to processing, or in most peoples situations, the inability to process enough. Let me explain starting from the basics for people coming into this thread.
    In quantum mechanics, the wave function describes the state of a quantum system, including its position, momentum, and other properties.
    According to the principles of quantum mechanics, a quantum system can exist in multiple possible states simultaneously, known as superposition, as described by the wave function.
    The act of measurement in quantum mechanics refers to the process of observing or interacting with a quantum system to determine its state or properties.
    When a measurement is made on a quantum system, the wave function collapses, meaning the system transitions from being in multiple possible states to being in one specific state.
    The specific outcome of a measurement is probabilistic and cannot be precisely predicted beforehand. Instead, quantum mechanics provides probabilities for different measurement outcomes based on the wave function.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The measurement problem in quantum mechanics refers to the question of why and how the act of measurement causes the collapse of the wave function and determines a definite outcome.
      Various interpretations of quantum mechanics, such as the Copenhagen interpretation, Many-Worlds interpretation, and Bohmian mechanics, offer different explanations and perspectives on the nature of measurement and the collapse of the wave function.
      Measurement plays a fundamental role in quantum mechanics and has practical implications for technologies such as quantum computing and quantum communication. But in regards to your initial question about the human ability to have control of these factors, let me further expound-

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        If you were able to observe all possible states of probability in a quantum situation, it would (likely) have profound consequences:
        You would have a comprehensive understanding of the quantum system at hand, knowing exactly all the potential outcomes and their probabilities.
        With knowledge of all possible states, you could predict the outcome of any measurement with certainty, eliminating the inherent probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics and any definitive randomness or chaos theory.
        This is due to the fact you could potentially manipulate the entire system to achieve desired outcomes with precision-without any other influence-it would simply be as you willed.
        Achieving such complete observation capabilities would likely lead to the realization of quantum supremacy, a god head singularity system which supervises all other systems- possibly collapsing the idea of a quantum system altogether.

        This concept in theory may have profound theoretical affect on the fundamental nature of quantum mechanics as we currently understand them, potentially resolving the universe as we know it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Overall, observing all possible states of probability in a quantum situation would be a transformative breakthrough with far-reaching implications.

          Luckily, limitations on a human's ability to observe all possible states of probability in a quantum system arise from several factors:
          Measurement : The act of observation in quantum mechanics inherently alters the system being observed. When a measurement is made, the wave function collapses to a single state, making it impossible to simultaneously observe all possible states.
          Complexity: Quantum systems can be highly complex, with an exponential (ie infinite potential) number of possible states as the system size increases. Human cognitive limitations make it infeasible to process and comprehend such vast amounts of information simultaneously.
          Uncertainty: Heisenberg's uncertainty principle states that certain pairs of physical properties, such as position and momentum, cannot be simultaneously known to arbitrary precision. This uncertainty imposes a fundamental limit on the precision of measurements that humans can make.
          Constraints: Human senses are limited in their ability to perceive and interact with the microscopic world of quantum phenomena. Even with advanced measurement instruments, there are practical limits to the resolution and sensitivity of human observation.
          Challenges: Theoretical interpretations of quantum mechanics, such as the Copenhagen interpretation or Many-Worlds interpretation, suggest different perspectives on the nature of measurement and the collapse of the wave function. Resolving these interpretational challenges is essential for understanding the theoretical limitations of human observation in quantum mechanics.
          Overall, these limitations may be overcome by only one definitive variable-

          Gods will.

          If you can be a vessel for Gods Will, you may be able to channel, at least in terms of perception, what appears as control of the quantum universe.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The measurement problem in quantum mechanics refers to the question of why and how the act of measurement causes the collapse of the wave function and determines a definite outcome.
      Various interpretations of quantum mechanics, such as the Copenhagen interpretation, Many-Worlds interpretation, and Bohmian mechanics, offer different explanations and perspectives on the nature of measurement and the collapse of the wave function.
      Measurement plays a fundamental role in quantum mechanics and has practical implications for technologies such as quantum computing and quantum communication. But in regards to your initial question about the human ability to have control of these factors, let me further expound-

      If you were able to observe all possible states of probability in a quantum situation, it would (likely) have profound consequences:
      You would have a comprehensive understanding of the quantum system at hand, knowing exactly all the potential outcomes and their probabilities.
      With knowledge of all possible states, you could predict the outcome of any measurement with certainty, eliminating the inherent probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics and any definitive randomness or chaos theory.
      This is due to the fact you could potentially manipulate the entire system to achieve desired outcomes with precision-without any other influence-it would simply be as you willed.
      Achieving such complete observation capabilities would likely lead to the realization of quantum supremacy, a god head singularity system which supervises all other systems- possibly collapsing the idea of a quantum system altogether.

      This concept in theory may have profound theoretical affect on the fundamental nature of quantum mechanics as we currently understand them, potentially resolving the universe as we know it.

      Overall, observing all possible states of probability in a quantum situation would be a transformative breakthrough with far-reaching implications.

      Luckily, limitations on a human's ability to observe all possible states of probability in a quantum system arise from several factors:
      Measurement : The act of observation in quantum mechanics inherently alters the system being observed. When a measurement is made, the wave function collapses to a single state, making it impossible to simultaneously observe all possible states.
      Complexity: Quantum systems can be highly complex, with an exponential (ie infinite potential) number of possible states as the system size increases. Human cognitive limitations make it infeasible to process and comprehend such vast amounts of information simultaneously.
      Uncertainty: Heisenberg's uncertainty principle states that certain pairs of physical properties, such as position and momentum, cannot be simultaneously known to arbitrary precision. This uncertainty imposes a fundamental limit on the precision of measurements that humans can make.
      Constraints: Human senses are limited in their ability to perceive and interact with the microscopic world of quantum phenomena. Even with advanced measurement instruments, there are practical limits to the resolution and sensitivity of human observation.
      Challenges: Theoretical interpretations of quantum mechanics, such as the Copenhagen interpretation or Many-Worlds interpretation, suggest different perspectives on the nature of measurement and the collapse of the wave function. Resolving these interpretational challenges is essential for understanding the theoretical limitations of human observation in quantum mechanics.
      Overall, these limitations may be overcome by only one definitive variable-

      Gods will.

      If you can be a vessel for Gods Will, you may be able to channel, at least in terms of perception, what appears as control of the quantum universe.

      While this was certainly informative and a really good read(thank you for taking the time to write it), I actually do not want full control of the quantum universe, I just want some control, minor control. I think we have might some influence over the quantum universe, but we don't know how to precisely impose it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hi.

        Sorry for the delay I have been busy since earlier.

        There is a lot of insight in this thread but the bottom line remains the same to my original posts.

        A clean slate is important- in all manner of speaking. There are multiple rules in place that govern our ability to manipulate reality or to that matter the strings of fate.

        You will need to break yourself down in order to rebuild your understanding of reality. I recommend researching fractals, reading Douglass Adams (not so satirical) take on on learning how to fly (ie that is forgetting you can’t fly). The same author of the “hitchhikers guide to the galaxy” book series. This synopsis is included in one of the sequels.

        Training your mind to function in different wavelengths and increasing processing speeds is critical- there was actually a thread on here not too long ago that discussed this in detail. Unfortunately I don’t have time to dig for it at this moment.

        Influencing probability is also a very slippery slope. Unlocking your potential can lead to psychotic breaks in the human minds ability to interact with the world around it. This is actually portrayed in many fantasy novels such as the wheel of time and Belgariad series as well as others.

        There is no easy explanation for magical practice to influence reality but it is doable. However- there are layers to this experience and at one point you may find that this is still simply a stepping stone to a transcendent state, or a trap to keep you from reaching it.

        Best wishes and god bless.

  6. 2 months ago
    Lost One (Numb Mind)

    >If everything is possible in this universe
    Maybe , Maybe Not.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >If everything is possible in this universe
    It's not. There are rules and limits.

    >What I am talking about is probability manipulation
    That what what we call magic is. Doing rituals, praying, putting intent out there increases or decreases the probability of things happening. You can't make the ritual as simple or complicated as you want.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It collapses according to what would make the most sense in the world you're in. Trick it into thinking you're in a different world so that it collapses in a way that makes sense for that world.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So basically LoA.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It answers the question of what belongs here. The world needs to be manipulated rather than yourself. Along the lines of a seance.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Apparently not making things right or letting me have a life. I just to have a life for once. Death is always preferable all is lost no matter what death is preferable. Execute all
    Jail all involved spare nothing jail them all

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