“The one electron theory implies that we are all things at all times.” – Gray Scott
I guess when you stand in front of a crowd and expect them to laugh at you, life takes on a whole new perspective. I find it interesting that George Carlin talked about the big electron. It appears that Carlin did, in fact, understand Feynman’s theory.
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”0393320928″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41UROXOO1YL._SL160_.jpg” width=”102″]The one electron universe hypothesis suggests that there is only a single electron in the universe. If this hypothesis is true, it would also suggest that this single electron is in superposition.
In other words all matter, energy, information, and experience that we see around us could be a unit of one electron in multiple places at once. Can we even imagine this scenario? How do we conceptualize and experience of being all things at all times?