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Awani
01-03-2009, 12:46 PM
This is a Phoenix-thread (http://forum.alchemyforums.com/showthread.php?t=7) from the old site (http://alchemy-forums.forumotion.com/forum.htm).

It is really too early for me to post on this matter right now, but I think it will be good to get it out there to see what others think... two, three, four (or more) brains are better than one - at least sometimes!

Quantum Theory & Alchemy?

http://www.matfys.lth.se/Thomas.Guhr/horbitale.gif

Kindered spirits?

Thoughts?

http://www.astrosciences.info/QV_files/image002.jpg

Quantum theory depicts particles as behaving both as particles and waves. The duality of the so-called wavicle is accepted theory and yet the point-like depiction of elementary particles is so unsatisfactory that it has spawned new theories of matter which are known as M theories (string and superstring theories) and quantum gravity. - source (http://www.astrosciences.info/QV.htm)
I think all of the theories out there are a little on target, not all the way there but better than what we had before. I especially like string theory, I like the elegance of it, tiny little ourourboros's composing all of material reality, neat!


I love this visual interactive diagram on the size of strings, take a look!

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/elegant/scale.html
Here is another link that m1thr0s brought to the light:

The Quantum State In Alchemy (http://www.alchemylab.com/quantum1.htm) by Charles Higgins
Quantum Philosophy Theories (http://www.qpt.org.uk/)

This site contains some essays on various aspects of Quantumism!

Some excerpts:
Quantum Holism and the Philosophy of Mind (http://www.qpt.org.uk/articolo.php?id_articolo=31&id=8&id2=30) by Prof.M. Esfeld
Towards a Neo-Copenhagen Interpretation (http://www.qpt.org.uk/articolo.php?id_articolo=22&id=3&id2=54) by Prof.W.M.de Muynck

Enjoy!
Quantum Philosophy Theories (http://www.qpt.org.uk/)

This site contains some essays on various aspects of Quantumism!

Some excerpts:
Quantum Holism and the Philosophy of Mind (http://www.qpt.org.uk/articolo.php?id_articolo=31&id=8&id2=30) by Prof.M. Esfeld
Towards a Neo-Copenhagen Interpretation (http://www.qpt.org.uk/articolo.php?id_articolo=22&id=3&id2=54) by Prof.W.M.de Muynck

Enjoy!