What if the uncertainty principle allows us to make decisions?

Subatomic particles behave like waves which means we cannot know the position or momentum of a particle at the same time. The more we know the particle position the less we know about its momentum and vice versa. “It is intrinsic to nature, weaved into the fabric of all matter.” Rob Lea, Sept. 28, 2020, Certainly Uncertain: What’s Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle.

The uncertainty principle is a measurement problem that arises from the intimate connection between the wave and particle nature of quantum objects.

The more you understand the position of a particle the less you can predict its momentum and vice versa.

Perhaps as quantum beings we use our conscious minds to make decisions. Sometimes we are uncertain as to what we desire.

‘Will’ is our faculty of mind which selects, at the moment of decision, the strongest desires present.

What is true and right is sometimes hard to know and we have to seek help. “Teach me to do thy will, for thou are my God: thy spirit is good; lead me unto the land of uprightness.” Psalm 143:10

What if we use our will to make up our quantum mechanical mind which means we are uncertain until the decision is made? Just like the double slit experiment the exact knowledge of the position of the wave with its particle cannot be predicted until it is observed which means the decision has been made.

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