Quantum Human Entanglement
a mostly non-scientific, unverifiable theory by Joe J Thomas
Connection. As humans we seek it on a variety of levels. Be it spouses, family, friends. And on a wider view, pets, nature and even inanimate objects (got a favorite chair or mug?).
But what if humans, and everything else for that matter, are already connected on a much deeper level?
No, I’m not talking about “The Force“… although, by the time I’m done I might be.
Let me start at the beginning.
We Are Star-Stuff
Shortly after the beginning of the universe, as things started to cool and coalesce, the first stars formed. In that early universe there were fewer elements. Mostly hydrogen and helium. The heavier elements would come from the deaths of those first stars (and all stars to follow). This process is known as “Stellar Nucleosynthesis”
Since our bodies are made up of these heavier elements, we are, literally, made from exploded star matter! (so, we got that going for us).
Sub-atomic particles can, under the right conditions, become entangled with one another. When this happens, a change in one particle instantaneously changes the same property in its entangled twin. This is called “Quantum Entanglement“. Theorized in a 1935 paper by Albert Einstein, he called this “spooky action at a distance“. On the surface it seemed to violate the speed of light since the changes to particle states happened instantly – no matter what the distance is between them! As impossible as this might sound, it has since been demonstrated in the lab.
It would seem likely that under such high-energy events as exploding stars vast numbers of entangled particles would be formed.
However, this is the cutting edge of current quantum research. Nobody knows for sure how many particles are entangled. And there is no existing way to tell if a particle you are examining has an entangled twin somewhere else.
Macro And Micro: Together At Last!
Since it’s probable that we all have entangled particles in our bodies and brains, how likely is it that they are attached to other people? Or animals? Or objects?
If you have a thought that changes an entangled particle in you, does that change someone else?
Can the very act of thinking change reality as we know it?
Are we all affected by the unseen “spooky action at a distance“?
All content written and voiced by Joe J Thomas online at: JoeActor.com
Sounds accurate to me.