we are trained to do well. My hope is my yahoo infophysics seminar will exercise

discipline in thinking quantumly such that we can form the habit of

being able to think quantumly.

Feynman said no one understands the quantum and no one will that

cannot think quantumly. He said the quantum may be understood as

computing, but it is not this program, or that program, it is all

possible programs. Nobody can ever possibly understand all possible

programs.

The principles of general semantics, holistic dialectics, laws of

form, etc. may be applied in quantum thinking, but there is no

singular answer to anything, every proposition is in a super position

of states, both true and false.

When we accept the synthesis of a thesis and antithesis, we categorize

or specify, Whenever we categorize or specify we make an error.

There is a context where A and B are distinct, and a category where

they are the same. There is a greater context that includes the

synthesis recursively.

That we have beliefs is human. And that the inner genius in us all

is never wrong, there is a categorical imperative making the belief

undeniable,. That the categorical imperative is the absolute truth

only is only true in our fantasy. There is always a greater truth.

Sometimes truth in the category considered is sufficient for our

purpose, but it is not necessarily or provably so.

That our mentors and teachers understood Societies statement that "the

only true wisdom is the knowledge is that we know nothing." is an

expression of truth that has a quantum nature, both true and false,

depending on the category or context of the truth, and that there is

no absolute truth, as general semantics attempts to express. Quantum

truth is not really strange, it is how we think unconsciously, until

we understand quantum thinking.

For several years I have contemplated "quantum driving" as an

introduction to quantum thinking. Since I must drive I have time to

practice thinking quantumly, and driving is a good case study in

quantum thinking since it is a domain most everyone is familiar with

that is readily quantifiable. And for me its a synergy of being able

to consider thinking quantumly and keeping my mind focused on driving

simultaneously.

To understand quantum thinking you must understand quantum logic and

the collective actualization of subsets of that logic. The logic

includes everything possible, all possible finite logical systems from

the simplest to the more complex. But what is manifest is dynamical

logic limited to logical interaction of participating finite logical

systems composed by actualized interaction history.

Quantum logic is simply universal general purpose logic, potentially

exhibiting all possible logical systems having up to as many states as

the information universe being considered. The implicit information

universe is all possible logical systems up to the number of states

considered. The one extant finite information universe realized by

local logical interaction is the explicit information universe, that

experientially distinguishes all possible information universes from

the singular actualized one.

By ordinary thinking we construct the means to make something happen.

Quantum thinking requires a certain faith that all possible means

exist, and what happens happens only because it is possible by delayed

choice and least action, not having a fully predetermined history that

propagated into the future by interaction. Instead of simple cause

and effect, we have practically infinite causes for what happens by

complex interaction.

If it is impossible to consider all possible logical systems than our

faith that the universe constructs the means for anything that might

happen cannot be bound finitely. It is easiest to think it is the

nature of the universe to do what is possible and the does not need to

figure out what that is. Without this leap of faith, it is impossible

to think quantumly. To model a quantum computation, we do not model

any algorithm that derives the solution, we need only model the

solution. Somehow, out there, it is as though all possible logical

systems exist while at the same time as there is only one particular

universe from our information perspective.

The case study, of quantum driving, is highly enlightening, but if is

also very boring, and in some ways not worth peoples time in

considering that deeply. It is instructive in quantization of the

effect of a vehicle occupying a physical roadway slot by the presents

of a car behind being held up some time and how each driver trains the

traffic network which assumes collective behaviors determined by

effect, not intention. Contemplating quantum driving can make anyone

a better driver and build the habit of thinking quantumly. At the same

time it will reveal the amazing synergies that happen to happen

systematically it makes us humble in our inability to preconceive the

systems that happen to emerge. It reinforces that considered feeling

of our neural network is more fruitful than any hopeless attempt at

complete reasoning that attempts to constrain reality to what we can

consider.

Quantum thinking is not easy for humans. I have decided that unless

you have to drive, and need to be thinking about driving, the case

study of quantum driving is not worth your mental energy. Information

physics applies to every problem, ,and the area one ought to apply

information physics to is what is most important and where their

passion is.

This may include the spiritual subjectively and any aspect of human

thought or endeavor objectively. Recently I have applied it to

political science in

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and other communications in various trust networks.

My challenge is to elevate issues to the quantum level

holistically and not succumb to any self righteous belief in any

preferred context. I constantly disappointed myself in my own ability

to think quantumly. Whenever I specify a "the", or generalize an

"is", I violate quantum truth. As I am the only one I know personally who

thinks quantumly at all, and do so badly at it myself, it seems

unreasonable to expect it of others. And yet, this is still our

challenge until humanity transcends its acceptance of singularities

and accepts there are only collective multiplicities abandoning

absolute truth and embracing philosophical. universalism.