Quantum Physics of Beliefs Radio Talk
Musings of a Quantum Physicist on Dichotomy.
Dichotomy: A pair of categories that are mutually exclusive, and exhaustive.
Dichotomies are so useful; however, a false-dichotomy can be quite harmful.
As a mentor and a coach, it is my aim to bring the arts into my scientific teachings, to help transform my clients as ‘whole brained’ instead of right or left brained.
Do you see a goblet or two human profiles looking at each other eye to eye?
Do you see a Young Lady or an Old Woman?
An optical illusion — demonstrating a surprising feature or limitation of our visual perception system — causes us to see either the vase (Young lady) or the faces (Old woman) at any one time.
We cannot see both at once and we can voluntarily see either one at a given time.
Quantum physics elegantly describes how light is both wave and particle.
The view that you must be ‘against’ us if you are not ‘with’ us, can obscure a grander unity.