The idea that we create reality seems absurd. But an audacious new take on quantum theory suggests the fundamental laws of nature emerge from our own experiences
First a confession I just haven’t read the whole article because I don’t have the money, I can’t afford a subscription. That said it strikes me that somebody is rather blatantly overestimating how capable we are. We are smart, we are incredible smart, we’re just not that smart.
It strikes me that it is more a matter of how we interpret things, and that depends a lot on how we can interpret it. And that depends a great deal on how we perceive things, and on how we can perceive them.
Then you have the matter of timing. For as far as I know we are limited as to when we can perceive, for our perceptions are not instantaneous. It takes us time to see, and time to interpret what we’re seeing. So what it comes down to us; it takes us time to see and how we see will affect what we see. To put it this way, what we’re getting his physically and temporally a blur. We might be able to sharpen our focus, but that is not quaranteed. And depending on how we can process the information we receive I suspect that there will always be a certain “murkiness” in our observations.
No, it sounds to me more a matter of wishful thinking than anything else. We don’t create, we learn. And what we learn and how we learn it depends a great deal on how we learn, how we can learn, how we interpret what we learn, and how we can interpret what we learn.
We create reality? Like Hell. It’s a matter of how we can see things, and that’s about the end of it