One comment on “Absolut Power

  1. She said:this will sound like a scathing remark, but i am only attempting to state a fact. the concept of “absolute power” will run right smack into “free will” and mathematically and scientifically speaking, physics will always side with free will.

    Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle (as opposed to schrodinger’s wave mechanics) states that the more precisely a position is dtermined, the less precisely the momentum is known in this instant and vise versa – \Delta x\, \Delta p \ge \frac{\hbar}{2}

    The path of the particle has no meaning beyond the precision with which it is observed – – implying that the human mind is not capable of comprehending reality under any circumstance.

    In the sharp formulation of the law of causality – “if we know the present exactly, we can calculate the future” – it is not the conclusion that is wrong, but the premise. Causality says that cause affects results. In quantum physics because choice affects results you can never resolve the problem completely, you always have uncertainty.

    Absolute power thus may seemingly exist because it is a cumulative (mob) choice at a certain point in time, but it remains a choice which will eventually be affected by a counter choice. If uncertainty ALWAYS exists, absolute power can never exist.

    oh by the way, Tralfamadorians would disagree on that free will bit.

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