What is Quantum Physics or Quantum Reality? Exploring the Universe Beyond the Material Realm

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Reality is such a mysterious state of existence because there is always the unknown. The mainstream science community describes it as “the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or might be imagined.” In other words, reality is everything we observe to be real.

The mainstream science community likes to view reality as something that can be observed and has some form of solidity. As a result, it doesn’t like to explore life beyond the material realm. These are some of the major flaws of mainstream science or material science. Material science actually can’t explain what reality truly is.

Once scientists study reality beyond the atomic level, the conventional laws of physics start to break down and everything becomes possibilities and information. It is like living in a dream world filled with energy that is conscious and full of data. Does this mean that quantum reality isn’t real? Not necessarily. Quantum reality is just as “real” as material reality and in some ways it is even more real. One of the main difference is that material reality can be observed directly whereas quantum reality can’t be observed directly. Quantum reality is the realm that contains the information and possibilities that are used to create material objects. In other words, material objects are the effects of those information and possibilities.

What is quantum physics or quantum reality?

What is quantum physics? To answer this question can take a whole book because quantum mechanics is a very complex and mysterious topic. Unlike material science, quantum physics or quantum mechanics is the study of quanta (units of energy) and its behaviors, and how energy and matter are related at the fundamental levels. Quantum reality is a world that exists beyond the material realm and the perception of our five senses. Quantum reality behaves similar to the dream word. It is a place where there is infinite possibilities and therefore anything is possible. These features of quantum mechanics and quantum reality are what give them the upper hand when it comes to explaining how reality works at the fundamental levels.

Here are some popular views of quantum physics:

  • Reality is created by observation and thought.
  • Reality is holographic and multidimensional in nature.
  • Matter isn’t “real” because it behaves more like an illusion.
  • The deepest levels of reality contain only information and energy.
  • Physics isn’t only physical, but more importantly, it is metaphysical.
  • Consciousness creates reality.

Quantum reality and material reality

Quantum reality is a place that exists without linear time and local space. In the quantum world, time isn’t linear but simultaneous, which is why a quantum particle can exist in many places at once. It is a place where the metaphysical realm and material realm meets to decide on an outcome. As a result, understanding quantum physics is essential for comprehending how the Universe works.

The material world that we sense through our five senses only makes a very small percentage of the whole structure of reality. As a result, if we want to understand how the Universe works, we need to study it beyond our five senses. Quantum physicists have discovered that a healthy human brain can process more than 400 billion bits of information per second. Out of those 400 billion bits of information, we are only consciously aware of about 2,000 bits of the 400 billion bits of information.

In mathematical terms, the above paragraph suggested that our conscious awareness of the whole structure of reality is less than one percent. This means that most of reality is happening beyond our five senses. If we only define reality as something that can be detected with only our five senses, then our understanding of it is still in its infancy. The new discoveries in quantum mechanics prove that the nature of reality is more mysterious and beautiful than what we can detect with our five senses.

Quantum physics and reality: A field of infinite potentiality

Quantum physicists see reality as something that is more fluid than solid and has infinite potential. The word “potential” is very important in quantum mechanics. Quantum physicists understand that the deeper they study the quantum realm, the laws of nature become more impact, and nature itself becomes more intelligent and aware. They called this fundamental quantum reality as the Unified Field. According to quantum physics, the Unified Field is self aware and highly intelligent. This Unified Field is the “mind of Creation (God).”

Who or what created reality?

A lot of physicists don’t like to admit that Creation exists; thus, they dedicated their whole lives to find proof that Creation doesn’t exist. After all these years, they still can’t find evidence to prove that there is no Creator. Instead, they keep finding evidence that prove there is a Creator who created the Universe or Multiverse. Isn’t that ironic?

The fact that physicists can describe the Universe using only mathematical and scientific formulas and sacred geometry is “proof” that a divine being created the Universe. How can that be? These mathematical formulas and scientific laws weren’t created by scientists; they were rediscovered by them. So, the question is, who created these mathematical formulas and scientific laws? That is a question for you to contemplate.

When it comes to explaining how reality works, quantum physics is somewhat on the right track but it still have a lot of learning to do before it can explain how reality truly works. The paragraphs below do a great job of explaining the relationship between quantum reality and the material realm. They should help answer some of your questions or clarify some confusion related to quantum reality.

From WakingTimes.com.

Nobel Prize winning physicists have proven beyond doubt that the physical world is one large sea of energy that flashes into and out of being in milliseconds, over and over again.

Nothing is solid. This is the world of Quantum Physics.

They have proven that thoughts are what put together and hold together this ever-changing energy field into the ‘objects’ that we see.

So why do we see a person instead of a flashing cluster of energy?

Think of a movie reel.

A movie is a collection of about 24 frames a second. Each frame is separated by a gap. However, because of the speed at which one frame replaces another, our eyes get cheated into thinking that we see a continuous and moving picture.

A TV tube is simply a tube with heaps of electrons hitting the screen in a certain way, creating the illusion of form and motion.

Think of television.

This is what all objects are anyway. You have 5 physical senses (sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste).

Each of these senses has a specific spectrum (for example, a dog hears a different range of sound than you do; a snake sees a different spectrum of light than you do; and so on).

In other words, your set of senses perceives the sea of energy from a certain limited standpoint and makes up an image from that.

It is not complete, nor is it accurate. It is just an interpretation.


  • http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/what-is-reality.html
  • http://www.wakingtimes.com/2012/11/21/quantum-reality-limitless-potential-everything/
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality
  • http://www.commonsensescience.org/quantum_reality.html
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