Consciousness in Modern Physics
Consciousness in Modern Physics , that is our awareness of the world through our senses, is not a subject usually associated with physics. Only recently has it become acceptable to mention it because it intrudes itself into certain quantum results in a way that is both unavoidable and (so far, at least) inexplicable. This renowned “Communist Integration” invites a closer look at something as philosophical consciousness. At the beginning of our age of science, in the seventh century, our consciousness or our awareness about the world was commonly known as “natural philosophy”. Her thinking came back to the Greeks, which clearly distributed the world to two interests. The world of our nature, as understood by our five senses, was “less” world. Our consciousness, any of us around us or nature, was completely mentally and therefore unbelievable. The knowledge that could be obtained by contemplation of this low world was of an equally low order. Real or true knowledge could be obtained only by contemplation of the “upper” world, which lay beyond the reach of our senses and existed quite apart from our presence in it.
To the Greeks, everything around us in nature was still full of being. It was much more alive than it is today and man was intimately connected with all kinds of natural processes and nature beings, who continued to be mentioned in tales and legends long after they had ceased to be perceived by the ordinary person. Whether all this was “really” an illusion is not the point. It was believed in, it affected people’s lives and was part of their reality, their awareness of the world, just as we today believe in quantum mechanics, although most of us have no idea how it works or even what it is.
But man was not connected only to a living nature around him then, he was also affected by forces from the stars and planets: he felt that certain plants and Their vegetation season was dependent on the moon stages, there were some metals and specific planets, gold with sunlight, silver silver, and iron with pyramids. led with saturn and so on. All these connections gave birth to the characteristics of some “resistance” and character, which re-depend on their personal factors, such as the date of birth and the status of the stars.
The factors of such mental consciousness continued for a long time, with ancient times, ancient Greeks and right times. Then Galileo came, who saw the world in a different way. He now did not feel all the connections and posts from nature or wires. He did not feel any connection between himself, the observer, and the object.
The most influential effects that could have been influenced by this Galileo could rarely disappear. With a peak of philosophical axis, he removed the entire upper world of Greeks and also concentrated in a very narrow field of science. and motion, which he felt were the only two “qualities” of nature worthy of scientific investigation. As a result, modern physics recognizes only one reality: the awareness of the world through our five senses, that is to say the subjective consciousness which needs our presence.
This is a bit awesome because mathematical treatment of both compatibility and conventional ideology (especially in the end) requires more dimensions than three local and one-dimensional dimension which we know through our senses. . This means that there is a lot of slow and effort to promote some experimental evidence, which can be understood by our limited emotion, for instance eleven dimensions need to describe the darkest theory. Is.
However, from the point of view, the sudden appearance of Jalali is soon after the Middle East, in our time, the potential change of our consciousness or anxious question arises. Usually, it is denied by most scientists that our consciousness has changed over time, just because of real and real consciousness, animation, magic or unexpectedly Has slowly emerged from the fog of the past.
There is some recognition that our consciousness of the world is capable of changing, even in the short run between the Middle East and the restoration. For example, there is a point of view. The person who sees this person thinks of thinking about it separately must be careful about himself and a specific distance between it. Western art showed this distance very clearly between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance by achieving perspective. The medieval artist did not have it yet. It was invented only in the fifteenth century by Filippo Brunelleschi, the architect who designed the Duomo in Florence and who, like Galileo, was another difficult, cantankerous genius under the protection of the Medicis.
Once this cool, analytical distance was achieved between human and objection, once interrupted from an unconnected upper world and once the nature was seen on a slab, physics began to begin a new age. Could have been It reached over the Newtonian era over 1920.
On this cultural unity of the physics, synchronization and commandment mechanics quit the investigation of the alleged objects of this world and began investigating other, distant off-world investigations in stars and galaxies, as well as their flaws. Investigation of small particles started. , Equal to our usual view. Now these investigations are based on the beginning of matters and life, the final starting point like a Big Bang, and the limits of our consciousness begin to begin in our five senses’ mental scope.
The storm was born in Havana, Cuba in December 1927. In 1929, his family returned to his father’s native Germany. He spent the entire 1930s in Berlin, but came to England in 1939 and was then further educated in that country, ending with an engineering degree from London University. His career was taken on the technical projects around the world, first to move to Mexico and then to the United States where he lives. In school in England, she was presented in front of the early life in the world of ideas. Some of his teachers, C.S. Were friends. Lewis and Lewis’s Oxford group, the Inklings, and his father was a philosophical bookworm. Werner combined this background with a lifelong interest in physics, especially modern physics after it breached the atomic barrier. This interest extended to Galileo, the founder of our age, and what made him so different from others of his time, as well as to the effect physics has had on other related sciences, such as modern physics. He wanted to see that the latest developments in physics do not normally link to a book on this science.