Monday, 4 December 2017

Exist Independently

I saw this quote the other day, by Professor Vlatko Vedral, and it got me thinking.

"You could say that objects don't really exist independently in their own right until they have exchanged information with other objects, which then confirms their existence."

Vlatko Vedral is Professor of Quantum Information Theory at the Universities of Oxford and Singapore.  He has written many 'papers' and also several books, and is well respected in his field.

David R Hamilton Phd has a fabulous book called  "CHOICE POINT: Align Your Purpose"
in which he sights Vedral.
It all made me think about the old theory that nothing exists if it is not observed first.

what do you all think?

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