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Quantum Mechanics: Effects to Cause

Updated on April 25, 2013

Effects to Cause?

In the world of Einstein's relativity, there is no probability, that various understanding of the world around us are fixated in a set frame that is set from the beginning of time. This goes on to state that his symphony of theories require that nothing interfere with time, that it can be calculated in stern discipline from beginning to end without probabilities.

Although this may be true in Einstein's world, there is a very different understanding of the world developing in the twenty first century. It is one that allows for an individual to give up just thinking forward and allow for the possibilities of parallel universes to exist alongside our own. This particular article poses just one possible question, that instead of a cause delivering the effect; that the possibility of an effect becoming the cause, a time travel of sorts.

Traditional Newton and Einstein rules on Cause and Effect

This may seem far fetched at first, but let's deliver the first example, a traditional concept of Newton and Einstein theories, that an action will always cause a reaction, and this is a permanent figure and fact. In their world, let's take for a moment a pencil that you hold in your hand, and within a moment, you will toss the pencil to your friend across the room, taking a cause and effect rule and solidifying it.

In that moment, your mind knows that conscious is going to make the act of throwing it, along with physical feelings of force, hand/finger movement, and the air qualifies as a gravitational force in which the pencil is thrown and slowed. Now you friend has caught the pencil, and his hand has tightened and held the pencil, and now is at rest, thereby finishing the process.

Quantum Mechanics with Abstract Principles

Now suppose for a moment, that instead of your hand throwing the pencil, that the friend across the room is about to throw it back. In this situation, you would feel anticipation, unconscious anxiety, and your subconcipus begin to build electrical frequencies in your consciousness knowing you will eventually have to catch the pencil because he/she has stated that they were throwing it.

In this moment, unlike the last, you have time traveled in abstract thinking, because technically you have already played out the thought in your own mind, subconsciously while understanding that the pencil has not physically touched your hand. What if it fell to low to catch it; went high over your head; or he/she simply did not throw it?

Underlying Understanding

In theory, it states that although the pencil has not been thrown, it's own effects of mental disruption has already caused you to act accordingly, whereas many different situations has yet to occur. Now take for example the entire world as a whole, and consider Einstein's theory that this world acts upon relativity, that is there is no probability.

His theory would relate the entire world as always moving forward, and that the action of one such item, person, or place would effect something else in relation or entirety, thus moving the world and the universe in a continous cycle. He guided this process in his notes up until the day he left this earth, but there were a few things that contradicted his theories.

To give a slightly scientific understanding, we must look at the movements of protons, neutrons, electrons, the nucleus; but dig deeper to look at quarks, and photons, to the eventual field we know as the Higgs field. The movements of all these various elements that act on an ultrascopic scale, that each one acts in a random movement in all directions, therefore increasing the probabilities of randomness and limitless possibilities.

The question

Now that some understanding has been given light to the situation or idea at hand, the next step would to think very unlogically and with an open imagination, because in technicality; Everything, from humans and animals, to planets and the multiverse universes, all have an aspect that is in relation to one another.

In itself, each and every possible organism and atom can be any other place in time considering randomness, that is if one can go forward or backward,or up and down, as in a 2d or 3d dimension; Then it would be fair to state that a 4th, 5th, or 150th dimension could exist, and this is in abstraction that one could go back and forth in time, and therefore could recreate all other dimensions in movement and action.


In conclusion, no matter if you are a fan of relativity or probability, of logic or creativity, it is all in itself related to the many factors and misunderstandings that continue to baffle the science community today. If we can fly to space, why couldn't we warp through space. In this moment, we must ask ourselves, particles pass through us everyday, and just as if we teleported through a wormhole in theory, why couldn't a particle advance through us in the same way and coordination. Scientific fact, or philosopher jargon, I will let you decide.


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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      I'm glad you liked it, there is something very controversial yet interconnecting for sure within the quantum field, and you should definitely look into the Higgs bosom if you like this field. It is sure to peak your interest as well, have a great day my friend.

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      Dustin Staples 5 years ago from California

      Insightful read! I absolutely love the idea of everyone being interconnected, and then that fact that quantum mechanics put some science backing that peeks my interest. I try to touch on giving an understanding of this in my hub, i'de love to know if i get anywhere near, from someone read on the subject

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Thank you Tammy, I don't think I'm smart rather than just like to read a whole bunch and play around with lots of experiments. Have a great day.

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      Tammy 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Great hub. I was going to check "useful" but who am I kidding. I am glad there are smart people in this world. :)

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Thank you jenn, i really appreciate the compliment and the share. Its a very complex yet simple topic. Eventually once you grasp one concept it all falls in around it. Have a great day.

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Thank you Daisy, I just think time travels in an everlasting loop of forward and backward in any given second. This is time travel or effect and cause. Thank you for the compliment, and I hope you have a great rest of your day.

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      Daisy Mariposa 5 years ago from Orange County (Southern California)

      This is a very impressive article, Mark!

      I have a friend who has an undergraduate degree in Physics and Masters degrees in both Astronomy and Computer Science. Whenver he explains somthing complex to me, and I just don't get it, his favorite expression is "Well, it isn't Quantum Mechanics!"

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      Jennifer Essary 5 years ago from Idaho

      I love quantum physics and the idea of unending possibilities in multiple universes existing simultaneously. It boggles my mind but I'm drawn to it like a moth to a flame. Great Hub! Voted up, awesome, and shared.

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Thank you ardie, I felt like this should be added to the ranks.

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Thank you barbergirl, I appreciate your understanding and interest on the topic. I really appreciate it.

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      BakerRambles 5 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      In relativity, but in abstract principles of going backwards, then every cause would become the effect, just ad in the future any effect would be the cause and possibly skipping around depending on string theories or not.

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      searchfortruth 5 years ago from Wisconsin

      Nice article. I enjoy a good read that takes a stab at the holes left to fill in physics. Question though... If you are saying that effect can lead to a cause, wouldn't "effect" then become "cause"?

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      Stacy Harris 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca

      Wow - now that is some deep thoughts. What an interesting and thorough hub!

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      Sondra 5 years ago from Neverland

      Wow, Mark, You truly are one of the great deep thinkers. This article kept my attention all the way to the end. And then I almost hit one of your ads because it was a huge red button that kept flashing the words PUSH HERE. It took all my energy to move beyond the ad and make a comment. Great writing.