What is the most significantly profound thing you can think of?

Posted by: reece

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All things that happen, happen in your mind via chemical and electrical pulses. Do you dictate those pulses, or do they dictate you?

There is no free-will. -Reece
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That somehow the rules of physics allows life to exist, there is no need for this yet it happens. Even with infinite universes with infinite possibilities, there is no need for it to even be possible for physics to be they way it is.

-Mathgeekjoe
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The universe doesn't need a cause for a meaning of it to be justified.

-Reece
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Man should be one with nature. Nature endowed upon us benevolence, righteousness, propriety and wisdom. We should explore our inner nature. Our judgements and actions should be based on our inner nature, and not an external source, be it religious dogmas, social indoctrination or even the statute book.

I copied it from my profile. -Diqiucun_Cunmin
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That the only thing you know for sure exist is yourself, yet you cannot know for sure what yourself is.

-Mathgeekjoe
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That the past doesn't completely control the present. This is because of the randomness of quantum wave functions collapsing.

-Mathgeekjoe
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That there is a possibility for a non-physical conscience to exist and affect the physical world by interfering with the probability of how quantum wave functions collapse.

-Mathgeekjoe
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reece says2015-04-21T11:29:06.8510727-05:00
I'll try to hold back criticism.
Renegader says2015-04-21T13:41:00.2237623-05:00
Many physicists do not like the nonsensical description of "wave function collapse". Please do not spread jargon that you do not understand to appear intelligent. This is not the first time I have noticed this behavior. Also, quantum wave functions "collapsing" is not exactly random. Please take a look at quantum decoherence. It will clear up some misunderstandings you are having.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-21T14:38:28.4698663-05:00
Renegader, I am guessing that you are taking the road of "hidden variables".
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-21T15:10:59.7459744-05:00
"Also, quantum wave functions "collapsing" is not exactly random." By definition it fits the word random. I am guessing you have a problem with people using the word random because people associate it with chaotic. Would you rather have me say there are probabilities instead of random?
reece says2015-04-22T01:12:37.8073329-05:00
@Mathgeekjoe If it was possible do you think a monkey on a typewriter would be able to type out Shakespeare if it had eternity to do it?

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