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Double Slit Experiment Explained

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Published on Jul 22, 2012

The strangeness of the 2 slit experiment explained. It's all because the universe is expanding!
Here is my complete synopsis. The universe is expanding. Matter is being carried along with expanding space/time. Observers create events. It is the expanding universe and its interaction with these events that create a flow of time for the observer. We live in 3 dimensions of space and 1 dimension of time. There are 7 dimensions curled up that the observer cannot interact with, but the fabric of space/time does interact with these curled up dimensions to create the past. Space/time uses these 7 curled up dimensions to create a smooth predictable connection between the present and the past. As the universe expands gravity converts to dark energy. New space/time is created by the uncurling of the higher dimensions to create a past that will smoothly create a connection between current and previous events. The energy for this conversion of a higher dimension into space/time is supplied by the conversion of gravity into dark energy. So in this way, gravity changes from a force that pulls matter towards the future into an energy that pushes space/time away from the past. The expansion of space/time is quantized so that no past event exists until there is a present event associated with it. When a present event is created by an observer, then a time of the past will be created to smoothly connect the 2 events. Therefore, time is quantized, space is quantized, dark energy is quantized since this is the energy use to create the past, and gravity is quantized since this is the force from which dark energy is created. Is the observer quantized? Are we existing as mere waves of probability. I think not. I think in this swirling pool of madness, we are the only things that remain consistent and predictable. This is the Theory of Aatucagg.

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