Schrödinger’s Cat And The Many Worlds Theory

The Schrödinger’s Cat Paradox is another mind-baffling scientific experiment that will help you to open your view to the ginormous proportions of Your True Nature.

It is a thought experiment that is a logical sequel to the Double Slit Experiment and was devised in 1935 by the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger. That was 2 years after he had won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

This whole imaginary setup is a metaphor for something called “quantum superposition”, whereby a particle (such as an atom, an electron, or a photon) can exist in multiple energy states at the same time – a “quantum soup of all possibilities” – right up until the point at which it is observed. When observed, the superposition collapses into one or another of the possible specific states.

This collapsing of the superposition into one specific state forms the basis of the Many Worlds Theory: “Everything is possible and all possibilities are manifest in this Now moment in some parallel universe…”

For a good understanding, first watch the post on the Double Slit Experiment and then enjoy the easily explained experiment in this video.