Saturday, October 01, 2011

Maybe baby

If we look at the ingestion of time in human physiology as emulating a quantum information processing model, we could refer to absolute pure consciousness as the principle of Yes; the relativistic dialectical mental consciousness aspect as the principle of No; and the quantum consciousness "wildcard" randomizing principle as the great Maybe that makes us divinely human. When the time component in the spacetime matrix is encountered by the fully potentiated mind, there is a hypercharged negentropic counterpoise to the Time Arrow as it curves downward in the universal general relativity geodesic. Thus we have the capacity not to choose as well as to choose. We become like cosmic Hamlets, trying to decide whether or not to act and ending up instead in a state of suspension, of divine discontent. Like an electron in a state of quantum superposition, we do not incline to locate ourselves absolutely in time and space, but let ourselves roam the universe like a giant bird looking for a place to perch. The uncertainty principle reigns supreme. Probablistically, we strut and fret in the range of a set of solutions to the Schrodinger equation. In the words of Buddy Holly, "Maybe, baby, I'll have you for me." The transposition of the ultimate object (You) for the ultimate subject (Me) is the "solution" to the circular question raised by the ultimate Maybe. This is a consummation devoutly to be wished.

4 comments:

pads said...

I tend to agree. We are like babes in the woods. My own thinking is that absolute space and time are dimensionless. We imagine that there exist multidimensional space-time continuam. ?!

Tiago Couto said...

Great post, keep writing! :)

Tiago Couto

www.midnightconceiver.com

Anonymous said...

I sort of get your point, but you're being intentionally esoteric and unreadable. I think you've been to university too long.

Doug Mackey said...

I don't think we can blame the university for my unreadability as I've been gone from there since 1977. You can only thank your lucky stars I'm not still an academic or it would be worse...much worse.