From Jesus to Quantum Physics

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Jesus first discovers quantum physics. Later, man

Submitted: March 26, 2017

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Two thousand years ago, there was a man called Jesus, who was born in Nazareth. There was nothing special about him. He led a simple life, but he was incredibly passionate, and he was sad when he saw the chaos in this world, and how the Romans invaded, and killed people. He saw a more natural kind of law in nature. He observed how life just went on, beautifully and harmoniously, with happiness and simplicity.
 
The one day, he wanted to isolate himself from the chaos. So, he walked a few kilometres and climbed a mountain called Jabal al-Qarantal, where he could see the sun rise and set each day. No one could see him there except the birds and small animals, and a few fish in the ponds, which he observed, as he drank.
 
His calmness and isolation made him feel one with nature, and he ate no food. As the days passed, he saw the sun rise and set. and he felt the sunlight nourish his naked body. He took his clothes off to be like the animals, and he felt no shame, because no one could see him. Only the sun was a witness, which passed each day, and set, with warmth, radiance and love. There was no judgement.
 
After many days, the man was completely cleansed from all the fear and thoughts that he had before he climbed the mountain. He found he could move objects, and heal sick animals, with his thoughts. He believed he could walk across the surface of a pond, and he did.
 
The man was so overwhelmed by this great love, he did not know what to do with it. He came down from the mountain, and thought carefully what to do with his new knowledge. He faced a dilemma. If he told others, he would  draw the wrath of the Romans onto him. But if he remained silent, the slaughter of the innocent would continue. And there was no need for it, because if the Roman rulers really knew the truth, they could get all the power they wanted from love. There was no need to kill.
 
Jesus pondered, and realised that if he did not tell his deep truth, then the world would continue to suffer unnecessarily. So, he thought of a method of telling people the truth by making them seek the truth inside themselves. He taught his newfound knowledge in parables. Instead of providing answers, he asked questions, and told stories, which would make people think. After each story, he would say something like "let he who has eyes to see see, and ears to hear, hear. Some understood.
 
Sadly, he was not a powerful enough transmitter of the truth. A group of people known as the Essenes were aware that it was dangerous to do what Jesus did, and knew there would be a backlash. One day it came, in a terrible way.
 
The good man was captured, and mocked, and tortured. This made people have fear, because they saw how Pontius Pilate, a Roman, had power over Jesus. They looked on, as this man was sickeningly made to die a slow and horrible death.
 
But Jesus's love resonated with people. People like Paul, on the way to Damascus, felt a blinding light knock him to the ground, and a door opened in his mind, and he started to try to teach what Jesus had taught.
 
The Romans panicked, and sought to kill everyone who tried to do what Jesus did. Yes, they died too, just as easily as Jesus did. And they found that if they tortured and executed Christians in an arena, then word got around more quickly, and it kept the rebellion subdued.
 
Eventually, someone had the idea of pretending that Jesus was resurrected physically, and made up a story that would keep people prisoners in their own minds. They were told that if they didn't believe in this story, they would suffer eternal hell and agony. This was nothing like what Jesus said, but it worked.
 
Soon, Rome invented a power structure, called a church. It lasted for many many years. The church opposed science, in the 16th Century, but science began to discover the truth, that the world revolved around the sun. At first the church opposed, but in the end they went with the flow of science. They had little choice.
 
Then, 2000 years later, science discovered an extraordinary truth. It was the double slit experiment. It taught what Jesus taught.


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