3 Scientific Concepts That Might Blow Your Mind


Introduced by Werner Heisenberg around 1927 this principle states “that the more precisely the position of some particle is determined, the less precisely its momentum can be known, and vice versa” (see source). In other words, when particles are being observed and watched it just sits there and when it isn’t it’s everywhere and something else completely. Personally I can relate to this because I sometimes hate being watched and maybe particles in the subatomic world do too…?


“is a concept, first explained by psychiatrist Carl Jung, which holds that events are ‘meaningful coincidences’ if they occur with no causal relationship, yet seem to be meaningfully related” (see source). Ever think of someone and then run into them moments later? That’s synchronicity at work. When you live your life with this idea in mind the world becomes a magical and mysterious place.


“is a physical phenomenon that occurs when pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently — instead, a quantum state must be described for the system as a whole” (see source). When I first read about quantum entanglement I thought about psychics and twins. How is it possible for a psychic to see events about people that were murdered, people that they have never met that ultimately leads investigators in finding the killer? Or how about the stories of twins who are thousands of miles apart but yet find themselves connected at some psychic level?

The universe is a magical place and scientists have only begun to scratch the surface of the mysterious forces that are operating in our lives. The next time you have an experience don’t just write it off as coincidence but rather think about these concepts and how they might be a factor in what you’re experiencing.

Please share your thoughts on these concepts and any additional insights you might have by commenting below.

Post Author: Chad

A Nobody Just Trying to Figure Things Out.

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