Bleep II

“Many physicists today say the waves that symbolize quantum possibilities are so fragile they collapse with the slightest encounter with their environment.”
This is the central point of a fairly scathing critique of What the Bleep, Down the Rabbit Hole, the successor to the first badly made, overly proselytizing What the Bleep film about quantum physics and consciousness.
The point is that connections (a.k.a. dialectics?), as shown more in “I heart Huckabees” are the roots of structure, rather than any configuration of disparate elements. I would argue, though, that fragility in and of itself doesn’t rule out the possibility of intentional change. It does rule out the possibility of controlled or directed change: outcomes might be probable but they are never, ever certain, most especially in human affairs.

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