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    Dualism = Idealism.
    =.
    How can intelligence be physical ? How can meaning be physical ?
    How can thinking be physical ? How can knowing be physical ?
    How can life or consciousness or free will be physical ?

    In the name of reason and common sense:
    How can dualism be equal to idealism ?
    =.
    To solve the problem of dualism of particle in physics is
    equal to solve the problem of idealism in philosophy.
    Dualism = Idealism.
    Why?
    Because in physics we have two ( 2) conceptions of impulse:
    a) Newtonian/ Classical physics explains conceptions of impulse
    as an outside effect.
    b) Quantum physics explains conceptions of impulse as
    an inside – inner effect.
    ==.
    What it means ? My explanation.

    According to Quantum theory the elementary particle quantum
    of light can be in three ( 3) states:

    a) Quantum of light can be in potential state,
    then its inner impulse and speed is zero: h=0, c=0.

    b) Quantum of light can be in the state of constant and straight
    motion ( in vacuum) then its inner impulse according to Planck
    is h=E/t and according to Einstein it is h=kb.
    Einstein proved that h= E/t = kb =1
    Using this impulse quantum of light moves in a straight line
    with constant speed c = 299,792,458 m/sec = 1.
    We call such quantum of light - ‘photon’.
    From Earth – gravity point of view this speed is maximally.
    From Vacuum point of view this speed is minimally.
    In this movement quantum of light behave as a corpuscular.

    c) According to Goudsmit and Uhlenbeck quantum of light
    can rotate around its axis by its inner impulse h* = h / 2pi.
    In such movement quantum of light has charge and produce
    electric waves ( waves property of particle).
    We call such quantum of light - ‘ electron’ . The speed of rotating
    electron is faster than when it moves in a straight line : c>1.
    The speed of rotating electron we call ‘frequency’ ( f ).
    Now is possible ‘visual’ to understand the formula of electron’s
    energy: E=h*f.
    ==.
    Quantum of light can be in three ( 3) states:
    a) h=0 (potential state)
    b) h=1 ( be as a photon in a straight constant movement)
    c) h* = h/ 2pi ( be as an electron – rotates around its own axis)

    The reason of these different kind of motions is its inner impulses. (!)
    What this mean?
    It means that quantum of light has free will to choice in which state to be.
    To have possibility to choice needs some kind of consciousness.
    This consciousness cannot be statically.
    This consciousness can develop.
    The development of consciousness goes, as ancient Indian Veda says,
    “ from vague wish up to a clear thought ”

    It means that quantum of light not only object but subject too and
    therefore I wrote: Dualism = Idealism.
    =.
    P.S.
    Of course, when we think about behavior of quantum of light we need
    to take in attention its reference frame – Infinite Vacuum: T= 0K.
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    Best wishes.
    Israel Sadovnik Socratus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socratus View Post
    To solve the problem of dualism of particle in physics is equal to solve the problem of idealism in philosophy.

    Why do you think this?


    We call such quantum of light - ‘ electron’
    No we don't.
    An electron isn't a "quantum of light".

    It means that quantum of light has
    free will to choice in which state to be.
    To have possibility to choice needs some kind of consciousness.
    Yeah, this is where you fall down again.

    The development of consciousness goes, as ancient Indian Veda says,
    “ from vague wish up to a clear thought ”
    What makes you think ancient texts have any input with regard to consciousness or particle physics?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by socratus View Post
    To solve the problem of dualism of particle in physics is equal to solve the problem of idealism in philosophy.

    Why do you think this?


    We call such quantum of light - ‘ electron’
    No we don't.
    An electron isn't a "quantum of light".

    It means that quantum of light has
    free will to choice in which state to be.
    To have possibility to choice needs some kind of consciousness.
    Yeah, this is where you fall down again.

    The development of consciousness goes, as ancient Indian Veda says,
    “ from vague wish up to a clear thought ”
    What makes you think ancient texts have any input with regard to consciousness or particle physics?
    There are more things in heaven
    and earth, Horatio, than are
    dreamt of in your philosophy.

    / William Shakespeare, Hamlet Prince of Denmark /
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    Not an actual answer.
    Appeals to ignorance don't work as answers.
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    A quick glance at his post history reveals an astonishing number of hit and run threads. Don't waste your time, Dwy.
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