String Theory: What’s holding us all together!

I believe in science.  Sure, that might seem paradoxical to some considering the airy-fairy nature of my posts, but hear me out!  There’s some substance to the “Law of Attraction” and manifestation from a scientific standpoint.

A leading scientific theory to help explain the cryptic realm of quantum physics is the multiverse theory.  These both have a foundation in the fact that right now,  everything that could happen is happening or has happened.

The multiverse (or meta-universe) is the hypothetical set of an infinite number of possible universes, including the universe in which we live. Together, these universes comprise everything that exists: the entirety of space, time, matter, energy, and the physical laws and constants that describe them.

It stipulates that reality is an overlapping infinity of realities happening simultaneously.  

There is an infinite number of you, experiencing this life from all possible angles and routes.  Every decision you’ve made, every situation you’ve experienced – there’s a version of you who went down every other possible route.  That means that every decision you make has already happened, you are simply manifesting into reality the path you choose to take.

Making sense?  Well, hold tight; there’s a pretty cool explanation to how those realities are connected.

Every single of those infinite realities are connected – by quantum strings!

The world is made of atoms, which are in turn made of just three basic components: electrons whirling around a nucleus composed of neutrons and protons. The electron is a fundamental particle (it is one of a family of particles known as leptons), but neutrons and protons are made of smaller particles, known as quarks. Quarks are, as far as we know, truly elementary.  In fact, thanks to the mapping of the hadron collider, we know that they’re geometric fractals – giving credence to Plato’s theory of geometric “atoms” at the core of all matter.  But back to String Theory.

Our current knowledge of quantum physics is in its infancy (arguably!).  What we know is what the world is made from (e.g. electrons, protons, neutrons, quarks, leptons), and the forces through which these blocks interact (gravity, nuclear and electromagnetic forces).

The core idea of string theory is this: all of the different ‘fundamental ‘ particles of the Standard Model are really just different manifestations of one basic object: a string.

What does that mean?

A string can do something aside from moving – like a fixed point is limited to – it can oscillate in different ways, through different dimensions, even!  If it oscillates a certain way, then from a distance, unable to tell it is really a string, we see an electron. But if it oscillates some other way, well, then we call it a photon, or a quark, or a … you get the idea.

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It has to be said, there is no physical evidence as of yet to back this up, besides mathematical theorems.  However, it’s the leading quantum theory to explain the conundrums faced with the Standard Theory, which can’t explain gravity at a quantum level.  Furthermore, the good folks at the hadron collider are making quantum leaps into what these sub, sub-atomic particles truly are and we might have answers soon!

Our minds choose how these strings manifest reality

If the theories of strings and multiverses hold up – which, according to leading quantum physicists and mathematicians, its does – the hold a lot of answers into what makes up our reality.  They explain the power of the law of attraction.
These strings that create our reality on a quantum level loop through not only our dimension (the third dimension) but through a possible infinite realm of realities and dimensions.  They could be our only detectable artefacts of fourth or fifth dimensions.  They could stitch together the membrane of our reality to the countless others we are sitting next to right now.

This shit is deep!

What do you think?

Leave a comment on your thoughts about the exciting world of String Theory – I’m super interested to hear what you think about this exciting new quantum world of possibilities!

 

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