Quantum mechanics is decent, as pure mechanics goes. Quantum physics is a mistake, a mistake of not philosophizing. To take it to that level of physics one must philosophize or get the fuck out. But quantum valuing ...yes. VO with some nice numerontological math could really crack this wide open.

Numbers indicate a value structure; pure logic. Quantum just means smallest perceived, and unable to penetrate those depths as predictable causality beyond statistics. We do not need a statistic to predict t where and how fast a rock will fall if we drop it, nor to land someone on the moon. So where does QP get off? Stupid arrogance of these false mystics.

They need to learn from Spinoza, Newton, Einstein, Descartes, Pierce, they need to learn some philosophy. Which is to say they must learn how to value themselves. If you let the quantum world value your work then your work quickly becomes nothing.

Stranger: we live in 10 dimensions

You: How do you know that?

Stranger: math proves it

You: What math and how? Please show me.

Stranger: ok

Stranger: quantum physics shows how electrons cross barriers with probability

You: Yes I know that principle, it is used in electronics as a kind of junction.

Stranger: that's a dimensional jump

You: But that statistical probability only describes something we don't yet understand about how the electron interacts with the barrier

You: No, what..? How do you go from the junction to "dimensions jump"?

Stranger: that's what the math says it is

Lol.

Believe it or not but we had a decent conversation before he started into QP.

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“Be clever, Ariadne! ...

You have little ears; you have my ears:

Put a clever word in them! —

Must one not first hate oneself, in order to love oneself? ...

*I am your labyrinth ...*”. -N

“A man is not great if he is not small, and he is not small if he is not great. Concepts flirt with the loss of their significance in the oscillation between ambiguous states, and this is in part the function and purpose of concepts.” -*Primer on Meaning*