Monday, January 20, 2014

Hubble works hard bring us deep space shots

Poor old Hubble. It works so hard, staring into what appears to be empty space. Straining it's lenses, keeping them open forever, all so we can discover the space isn't empty, but filled with either colorful flying saucers or a huge quantity of galaxies, making us more insignificant than ever.

Or is it?

Recently we learned that space is just a hologram. But if space is construct of our brains, how does Hubble see it?

Has Hubble become sentient and incurs creative delusions like the rest of us? Or do we program our delusions into it?

Does it create a photo filled with galaxies because that is what we expect to find?

Like the light photons that appear where scientist expect them to be, the same goes for galaxies. Believe and it will appear.

Forget space. Is reality a hologram of our expectations?

I'm going to stop now, because this is really creeping me out. What if this isn't the insane ramblings of an author who does not get enough sleep. What if it's true?

How do Quantum Physicists sleep at night? I'm going to be up all night questioning reality now.

This is what happens when Liza stays up into the wee hours of the morning and remembers she needs to write a blog because people are afraid to come on her blog anymore. 

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  1. Good luck with that! I love your blog for its unnerving but slightly slanted view of Life, the Universe and Everything (TM Douglas Adams)


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