God plays with a quantum die infinite interactions from the arche

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Polisena Viviana Yaccuzzi http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5115-729X

Abstract

Albert Einstein once said, “God does not play dice.”


In turn, Stephen Hawking said, “not only does God definitely play dice, but He sometimes confuses us by throwing them where they cannot be seen.”


These quotations indicate fragmentation and dualism. On the one hand, God is an infinite almighty eternal gambler. He is pure energy. On the other hand, there are two classic and solid dice.


God does not think of classic dice. There is no separation between the Dice and God. It is a quantum die which has infinite interactions. The game is a Code.


A new name for Hugh Everett III’s theory is proposed. This is Infinite Interacting Vibrations. Can we conceive the Divine as a source from which an infinity of vibrations emanate?


The universe is vibration. Our vibration is one of the infinite alternatives with a unique dimensional pattern. Each vibration is not the origin nor end of anything, but a fluctuation of the quantum Ether.

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Viviana Yaccuzzi, P. (2017). God plays with a quantum die infinite interactions from the arche. S O C R A T E S, 4(4), 65-73. Retrieved from https://socratesjournal.com/index.php/SOCRATES/article/view/255
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Philosophy

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