Physicists universally agree that existence emergently appears from the quantum level up. Now, quantum physicists have shown that objectivity is an illusion, thereby experimentally proving showtivity, an aspect of Ishi Nobu’s teachings.
There is no material reality. Instead, coherence provides an entertainment platform via presentation of nested symbolic constructs (symbons) which are construed by individual localized consciousnesses within a field of universal Ĉonsciousness. Nature – the exhibition of existence – is an individualized construal of symbons.
The system of symbons comprise a tensor network of unimaginable complexity, as symbons seamlessly range from the quantum level to cosmological scale, consistently comprising every possible facet of interpretable information. Microbes construe at the molecular level a congruous display with macrobes at the ambient scale.
For each individual consciousness, a mind convinces its subject that physicality is real rather than a mere mental fabrication. A mind’s arguments include persuasive sensation, the facileness of reason, and emotional attachment. Continuity reinforces the validation. Social consensus seals the deal that somewhat-shared subjective experiences are of an “objective” world.
Instead, what is normally considered objectivity is instead a “shared” subjectivity which is collectively called showtivity. Clarity: The Path Inside and Spokes 8: The Hub of Being, elaborate on showtivity and the reason for the elaborate ruse.
Italian quantum physicists Alessandro Fedrizzi and Massimiliano Proietti explain the scientific proof of showtivity: “The scientific method relies on facts, established through repeated measurements and agreed upon universally, independently of who observed them. In quantum mechanics the objectivity of observations is not so clear, most markedly exposed in Wigner’s eponymous thought experiment where 2 observers can experience seemingly different realities.”
Hungarian-American theoretical physicist Eugene Wigner proposed in 1961 a thought experiment, called Wigner’s friend, where observers disagree about quantum measurements based their reference frames. (Einstein’s relativity theories are based upon subjective reference frames.)
Fedrizzi and Proietti were intrigued when Austrian physicist “Časlav Brukner showed that, under certain assumptions, Wigner’s idea can be used to formally prove that measurements in quantum mechanics are subjective to observers.” The assumptions are “that the measurement outcomes are not influenced by signals travelling above light speed and that observers are free to choose what measurements to make.” The assumption of superluminal networking is irrelevant to showtivity as the modus operandi of presenting Nature, as is a localized sense of free will (which nonetheless naturally occurs).
Fedrizzi and Proietti conducted a conclusive experiment which showed that “quantum mechanics might indeed be incompatible with the assumption of objective facts.” They saw “these new developments as bolstering interpretations that allow more than 1 outcome to occur for an observation; for example, the existence of parallel universes in which each outcome happens. Others see it as compelling evidence for intrinsically observer-dependent theories such as Quantum Bayesianism. But yet others take this as a strong pointer that perhaps quantum mechanics will break down above certain complexity scales.”
The 1st possibility, called the many-worlds interpretation, is that a different existence is constructed for each quantum superposition potentiality at each Planck instant, thereby preserving objectivity at the expense of an infinity of existences. This silly idea ignores that Nature displays a sense of economy in its expression. Many observed mechanics in actuality proceed with an astonishing degree of efficiency; the principle of least action and photosynthesis are exemplary. The many-worlds interpretation is a mathematical misinterpretation related to quantum causality.
The idea that quantum mechanics breaks down “above certain complexity scales” is belied by the congruity between quantum and ambient scales. Quantum tunneling, for instance, is the only possible explanation for many seemingly mystical chemical activities which have ambient effect. As Fedrizzi and Proietti noted: “Quantum theory does not distinguish between information recorded in a microscopic system and in a macroscopic system. Quantum mechanics holds at larger scales.”
Quantum Bayesianism (QBism) is a theoretical stance which incorporates subjectivism as an ingredient in quantum theorization. QBism is the only quantum interpretation fully convergent with Einsteinian relativity, which has been repeatedly experimentally confirmed. QBism is essentially the theory of showtivity applied at the quantum scale.
Ishi Nobu, Clarity: The Path Inside, BookBaby (2019).
Ishi Nobu, Spokes 1: The Science of Existence, BookBaby (2019).
Ishi Nobu, Spokes 8: The Hub of Being, BookBaby (2019).
Massimiliano Proietti et al, “Experimental test of local observer independence,” Science Advances (20 September 2019).
Alessandro Fedrizzi & Massimiliano Proietti, “Quantum physics: our study suggests objective reality doesn’t exist,” The Conversation (14 November 2019), reprinted at Phys.org.
Maximilian Schlosshauer, “The quantum-to-classical transition and decoherence,” arXiv.org (9 April 2014).