Quantum Mechanics, generally called Quantum Physics, is the relationship shared between energy and matter. The word “quantum” is Latin for “how much”. The mechanics of this refers to a unit that quantum theory assigns as a measurement to certain physical quantities in very small amounts. In essence, quantum expressions are usually looked at and studied on a sub-atomic level with sub-atomic particles. Sub-atomic particles are small. If an atom was as big as a house, the sub-atomic particle would be as big as a gum drop inside the kitchen cupboard of that house.
There were several things that had to happen before the study of Quantum Mechanics took root. In 1838, the discovery of cathode rays, then Gustav Kirchoff, in 1850, published a statement of the “black body radiation” problem. Then in 1877, Ludwig Boltzmann suggested that energy states of a physical system could be discrete.
In 1900, Max Planck came up with a theory that energy is radiated and absorbed, then he produced a formula that would become known as “Planck’s Action Constant.” Planck is still known as the grandfather of Quantum Physics. After his theory was published, other scientists took note and suddenly you had a few more theory’s building until Quantum Mechanics was being theorized and studied throughout the world. It is because of Quantum Physics that we are on the verge of anti-gravity, having super conductors, MRI machines in hospitals and now we even are able to realize time travel is possible. This all sounds so fantastic, yet this is what the scientists working in the field of Quantum Mechanics will tell you.
The hardest thing for most of us to understand is the relationship between sub-atomic particles and the Law of Attraction. Within the study of Quantum Mechanics, it has been found that sub-atomic particles take direction. Some other force is moving these building blocks of physical matter around the universe.
After a few double blind slit tests, using sub-atomic particles as subjects, it was discovered they could change from particles to wave form then back again. These particles could leave our dimension then pop right back into it again. We also found out that these sub-atomic particles were changing from particles to wave form, depending on the intention. Then we discovered that we could not remove ourselves out of the equation while testing the particles. We influenced the particles by thinking about the outcome. There is a lot more to this.
It all becomes very confusing. It confounded Einstein until the day he died. Understanding particle/wave duality is not something that most of us can get our minds around easily.
Yet one of the theories that evolved from the foundation of Quantum Physics is that we manipulate the very fabric of life by thinking about it. Our thoughts have expression that goes out, then brings to us what we focus on. This is the Law of Attraction.
Instead of going out to the local electronics store to buy a $ 300,000 used particle accelerator to play around with in your basement, you can find several excellent resources to study from on the computer at home. “What The “Bleep” Do We Know?” is an excellent movie available on DVD that explains the relationship between Quantum Physics and the Law of Attraction in a variety of unique ways almost anyone can understand.
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