To many researchers, the universe behaves like a gigantic quantum computer that is busy processing all the information it contains.
Do not make wishes.
The downside of waking up with a wish in mind, as I do, is that you expect it to be fulfilled. This is deliberately stirring up anxiety.
However… I am trying to approach the matter from a certain positive perspective.
So, my busy day today has started with creating my wish pattern based on the double-slit experiment. I ought to inform the esteemed audience that I only schedule this exercise session when I have to solve problems in physics. And yet! Let me consider the wave properties of my wish, for example its direction of travel (which, anyway, I assume it is clearly indicated). And the wish properties, namely the probability of getting one or another outcome. The intensity of my wish varies after passing through the slits (they are in the form of challenges facing me in life). In my case, it is a multiple-slit test. The waves of light and the dark bands alternate tremendously. And constantly.
So, I am seeking refuge. My thoughts are making a turn in another direction. In my study space at home, there is a mantel clock depicting a female figure placing a palm branch over Lord Byron’s head. I say silently to myself: Poetry, too, stirs the imagination. It is an observation as well. A feeling of curiosity. An adventure. A discovery.
I slightly recline back the seat of my pebble chair. The glass ceiling floods the space with light. And colour. On the roof, different types of roses are blooming. The geometry of the flower tells the story of how to follow the fine lines of reasoning. The idea pulls me back to reality. And to my previous reflections.
“If I try to avoid one of the slits – and I may never be able to afford this - the interference will disappear. My pattern, however, will not get more complete. Just the opposite. It will hang over like the Sword of Damocles.”
Unhappy with my conclusions, I decide to go to the Flanders coast. Why? In the little village of De Haan, Albert Einstein enjoyed walking on the promenade or on the beach every day. So do I. I like to sit next to his bronze statue, legs crossed. I am looking for inspiration.
"If the light wave emitted from my wish is not spread continuously to function towards fulfilment, then its energy appears to have a more localised dimension, right?" I ask. And there are still no easy answers here. Plus I am distracted by the reflection of the sun. It is illuminating the surface of the North Sea. And the first day of summer has just landed.
"It collides with forces," I resume the reasoning and continue the heated debate with myself, "which act as "resonators". They absorb the wave energy and emit it further. In between, a dynamic equilibrium is available, only if my wish radiates randomly but frequently. The wider the range of frequencies, the bigger the energy of my wish becomes." Aha! This is it! Nobody said this was going to be easy, but I have found it! The formula. If each wish energy quantum is absorbed and released with every frequency under consideration, there is a momentum available to see if the wish comes true. Independent of the action of other quanta. And now imagine the number of the latter is large. They interact so that as a whole they generate energy. The bigger the energy, the more probable it is that the wish materialises par excellence.
Well, imagine my reasoning, and evidence is pending, reflects reality. This merits your attention, right? In the interim, make wishes that radiate and interact. However, to make this happen is pure potentiality. Just…go for it!