The word “Mechanics” used in the term “Quantum Mechanics” indicates a machine like predictable, buildable, knowable thing. The Quantum Universe in which we live, whether we want to accept it or not, may seem on the surface to be mechanical and linear but it is not. It is probably better described as an infinite multitude of possible linear actions. If we must give this still mystical process a name lets call it “Quantum Ecology” rather than “Quantum Mechanics”.
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The Big Bang is the theory about how the physical universe began. It is assumed that in the beginning, all matter in the universe was compacted to a very dense point in spacetime known as a singularity. When the extreme mass of intense gravitational pressure could no longer contain itself, it exploded and released itself in all directions, thus causing what we define as the Big Bang. Scientist do not know where did the singularity come from, but the truth about the Big Bang is different from what they think.
For as long as we have walked the earth we have sought to explain our surroundings and our place in the universe. Many great things have been discovered on the way and many, what we have termed “bad things” have been brought about also. Whether or not life for mankind on this planet has become better or worse is entirely dependent on the seat you sit in i.e. the belief systems you have adopted during your lifetime and the things you spend your time focused on.
If you were not there it didn’t happen for you. If you did not experience it then you have no account of it. If you have no account of it, then you rely on the account of others to form a picture in your mind of it. It doesn’t matter what it is, you need to experience it directly to know it. Everything we experience is absolutely personal. We might be in the company of others under particular circumstances and experience a thing together, but we will have slightly different, or even radically different accounts of the event.