A conversation with my brother lead to discussing the 'Double Slit Experiment'. The simple idea is that an electron passed through one slit and out the other can act as a particle as well as a wave. This differentiation depends on whether this experiment is observed or not.
Looking at cosmic connections and quantum physics, I came across the term 'Quantum Entanglement'. 'When two or more particles link up in a certain way, no matter how far apart they are in space, their states remain linked. That means they share a common, unified quantum state. So observations of one of the particles can automatically provide information about the other entangled particles, regardless of the distance between them. And any action to one of these particles will invariably impact the others in the entangled system.'
My brother also mentioned the idea that we all live in a simulation triggered by my love for discussing Mandela Theory. In Simulation Theory, what was interesting to me in the context of my area of interest was that, the idea that an area you cannot see does not exist until you look at it. That a room does not exist until you open the door.
Why is the sky blue? This video explains why the sky is blue to a ten year old, a 16 year old, an 18 year old, a university student, and a PhD student.
The key information taken from this video is that for the sky to be blue, there needs to be a light source, an object it reflects on, and an observer to see it happen.
Since I don't understand Quantum Physics too well, I looked to the book 'How to Teach Quantum Physics to Your Dog' by Chad Orzel to understand better.
From all three areas, a common factor that was derived was that they are all linked to observation. The Double Slit Experiment says that an electron will change its behaviour simply based on observation. Entanglement says that it can be observed that what happens to one particle will affect the linked other particle no matter how far they are from each other. Stimulation Theory says that until you observe something, it doesn't exist. The video on why the sky is blue explains that for the sky to be blue there needs to be an observer.
Based on these four pieces of information, I could formulate that if Synchronicity is the light source, the reflected object is the person it happens to, and when you notice that is is happening, the observation makes it a coincidence...a cosmic connection.
While running these ideas with my friend, a question he kept asking me was 'What's your question?' I kept saying 'What do you mean? I have given you a lot of questions'. He kept insisting I don't have a question. It took me some time to realise I don't have a question. I don't have a question of uncertainty, a 'How can' question. I say How can I quantify cosmic connections?' but even I could tell it's not a solid question that hasn't been asked before. I have many 'what if' questions, but I could not give an answer to 'what is the change I want to see'. What would change by answering this question other than how we see the world? However, what is the personal change in here for me? Is this change necessary? I rechecked with myself with where my passion lies. Which area do I want to see an immediate change in?
I come right back to Gen Z. How much I care about wanting to give them a voice that is heard. How much I care about instilling kindness in the world, and how much I want Chaotic Good to be established.