DOI: 10.14704/nq.2015.13.3.865

Macroscopic Quantum Superposition in a Human Life-Form: The Discovery of the Open Gate into the Quantum World

Ronald Jerry Greene

Abstract


This paper presents one of the most remarkable discoveries to have occurred in science with the finding of the open gate into the quantum world which occurs simultaneously with the macroscopic quantum superposition of a human life-form. The reason these two events occur together is that Newton’s domain has a rule which does not allow multiple states of reality in it. Newton’s domain therefore automatically expels any such multiple reality states into a second parallel universe called the quantum domain. Thus, many of the rules in the quantum world are different from those in Newton’s domain. For example, it allows multiple states of reality. What I do know for certain is that I would have never made it back to Newton’s domain after I went into a state of macroscopic quantum superposition without the help of the sentient beings who monitor our domain and who taught me how to reverse my multiple superposition state. Further, this leads us directly to the solution of the measurement problem showing us for the first time how we get to the classical domain from the quantum domain. This, by revealing how such multiple states of reality can be turned into complex single classical states or composites by the merging of all of their electrons together. So, this obviously is a turning point for mankind as the sentient beings now want us to know just what kind of science this is, that we are not alone, and that a whole new world has just opened up for us to be in.

Keywords


macroscopic quantum superposition; Newton’s classical domain; parallel universes; quantum domain; lucid mysticism; quantum theory; inter-dimensional travel

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