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What Is The Meaning of Life? A Question About Why Are We Here.

Updated on May 22, 2012

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Created by Author of the article Sean Jankowski.
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The Quantum Perception Life and Consciousness Theory

Cogito ergo sum "I think therefore I am." Rene Descarte TY-Austinstar!

The process of life itself has created a systemic anomaly in the space time matrix. Since observation is created through the process of experience and perception which are both processes of the existence of life it stands to reason that the reason that for life to exist the universe gave rise to consciousness so that the universe can exist in this physical state. Human beings and all other life forms pop into existence and then suddenly wink out as the processes of the 2nd law of thermal dynamics take place the the system of life breaks down over time, These systemic anomalies or life paths are recorded into the very fabric of space and time creating a sort of matrix of information stored like data on a computer hard drive. .

Through quantum entanglement all matter in the universe is connected and has an anti particle with an opposite up or down spin. It has been shown that particles no matter how distant connected by entanglement will react simultaneously when the twin is acted upon. So each life event / process is collected into the universal quantum foam which buzzes in unlimited potential until perceived once again and that universal quantum memory collapses the potential into an actualized particle, hence the universe can exist and the reason for life and everything.

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      cheetah786 4 years ago

      very interesting topic.. voted up...!

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      Austinstar 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      Well, 42 might be the answer. I haven't noticed anything wrong with the formula. However, hitchhikers and homeless people have access to newer and better computers, so we could probably get that number out a few billion decimal points.

      Unfortunately only super brains can grock the significance!

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      James Paterson 5 years ago from Scotland

      So 42 isn't the answer then, Hitchhikers gotit wrong again lol.....jimmy

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      Austinstar 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      Oh, definitely sausage gravy. I've been campaigning for "fried sausage gravy" for the Texas State Fair forever! I wrote a hub about that.

      Yes, I am also a pretty big nerd, LOL

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      Sean Jankowski 5 years ago from Southern Oregon

      Austinstar you are either the biggest nerd I've ever met or just a very very insightful and confusingly interesting commenter.

      Good one on your uncertainty knowledge of Biscuit or should we say... is Biscuit a cat or a dog or is Biscuit both? The real important question is; is Biscuit better with plain country gravy or sausage gravy?

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      Austinstar 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      There is no certainty without fact. Schrodinger's cat was actually a dog - a miniature poodle really, named Biscuit.

      "the universe can exist and the reason for life and everything"

      Everything is certainly HUGE!

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      Sean Jankowski 5 years ago from Southern Oregon

      ^o_0^ ["Meow",thud!] ^-_-^; I am so certain that I am uncertain about uncertainty that it makes feel totally out of phase with the entire concept of what I believe I am perceiving. "Here kitty, kitty!"

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      Austinstar 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      Ooops, sorry. I didn't mean to let the cat out of the bag. Especially if it is Schrödinger's cat :-)

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      Sean Jankowski 5 years ago from Southern Oregon

      LOL well thanks for giving away my secret Austinstar. :D lol that is exactly the argument. Thank you Descarte and I agree with it since the quantum model proves its true. :)

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      Austinstar 5 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

      Sheesh, CowFlipper, that's kind of like saying "I think, therefore I am".

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      Renz Kristofer Cheng 5 years ago from Manila

      Interesting topic. I hope you expounded more on the topic. I'm sure many will appreciate the additional information. :)