David Bohm
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Philosophy of Nature
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Synopsis:
  • The quantum "wave" is a real wave, due to a real field, that acts upon particles the same way a classical potential does
  • This field is due to a potential that permeates the universe
  • Position and momentum of a particle are no longer incompatible
  • Bohm's wave is a real wave that guides the particle (the "pilot-wave")
  • Everything is both a particle and a wave, and is acted upon by both a classical potential and a quantum potential
  • Bohm's potential plays the role of Einstein's "hidden variables"
  • Bohm's quantum potential acts beyond the 4-dimensional geometry of spacetime
  • The quantum field is, in turn, affected by all particles
  • Everything in the universe is entangled in everything else
  • The universe is one indivisible whole
  • The universe is un undivided whole in constant flux
  • The thinker and the thought cannot be separated
  • "subject- verb- object: the key actor is the verb, not the subject, and the verb unites the subject and the object in one, undivided action
  • At the level of the "implicate order" ("higher dimension") there is no difference between matter and mind
  • That difference arises within the "explicate order" (the conventional space-time of Physics)
  • As we travel inwards, we travel towards that higher dimension, the implicate order, in which mind and matter are the same
  • As we travel outwards, we travel towards the explicate order in which subject and object are separate
  • Every particle has a rudimentary mind-like quality
  • Matter has mental properties, as well as physical properties
  • The two sides cannot be separated because they are entangled in the same quantum field
  • The quantum "wave" is a real wave, due to a real field, that acts upon particles the same way a classical potential does
  • This field is due to a potential that permeates the universe
  • Position and momentum of a particle are no longer incompatible
  • Bohm's wave is a real wave that guides the particle (the "pilot-wave")
  • Everything is both a particle and a wave, and is acted upon by both a classical potential and a quantum potential
  • Bohm's potential plays the role of Einstein's "hidden variables"
  • Bohm's quantum potential acts beyond the 4-dimensional geometry of spacetime
  • The quantum field is, in turn, affected by all particles
  • Everything in the universe is entangled in everything else
  • The universe is one indivisible whole
  • The universe is un undivided whole in constant flux
  • The thinker and the thought cannot be separated
  • "subject- verb- object: the key actor is the verb, not the subject, and the verb unites the subject and the object in one, undivided action
  • At the level of the "implicate order" ("higher dimension") there is no difference between matter and mind
  • That difference arises within the "explicate order" (the conventional space-time of Physics)
  • As we travel inwards, we travel towards that higher dimension, the implicate order, in which mind and matter are the same
  • As we travel outwards, we travel towards the explicate order in which subject and object are separate
  • Every particle has a rudimentary mind-like quality
  • Matter has mental properties, as well as physical properties
  • The two sides cannot be separated because they are entangled in the same quantum field

(Copyright © 2005 Piero Scaruffi | Legal restrictions - Termini d'uso )