The Quantum box
The pre-eminent scientist John Wheeler developed what is known as the Participatory Anthropic Principle which essentially states that the universe exists primarily because of the presence of observers within it.
This often disputed principle is loosely based on the Copenhagen interpretation of Quantum Physics which requires an act of an observer to resolve the superposition of states in a Quantum wave function.
This resolution of superposed states results in a wave function collapse which by definition describes the narrowing down of multiple states to one.
This is important because by derivation without an observer it can be said that the superposed states exist at the same time.
Another physicist Erwin Schrodinger sought to reveal the absurdity of this derivation by developing a thought experiment where a cat placed in a box with a system of unresolved superposed states.
A chain reaction of these unresolved states could either release poison in the box and kill the cat, or do nothing but keep the cat company.
Schrodinger argued that if the superposed states all existed at the same time when unobserved, then the cat would thus be both dead and alive at the same time too.
Impressive as this may seem, the Quantum Box I refer to here takes us further than the Schrodinger’s infamous cat scenario.
I posit that the very presence of a human being also represents unresolved superimposed states of character, potential and ability.
Hence, if a form of observation could be developed where a wave function collapse could occur within a person, such an observation tool would hypothetically bring forth singular character traits from the vast latent pool of the subconscious.
If this tool could be further calibrated it could hypothetically induce a strategic collapse designed to bring forth specific abilities and characteristics. Burning in the process neural pathways in a fraction of the time it takes to develop new thought patterns by conventional means.
This hypothetical box is anything but. Order yours today.