If you take quantum material science to its obvious end result, you can just reason that those occupants of the quantum domain, those rudimentary particles, have some exceptionally weird properties verging on mindfulness, cognizance, semi unrestrained choice, a kind of ‘mind’ of their own however customized with the social mores of quantum-land. They can ‘know’ things about their outside world and their relationship to that. They can settle on choices concerning those connections and act appropriately inside their programming. They are not absolutely lethargic and inactive minimal billiard balls.
I’m likewise mindful that such a statement crosses the limit between my being sane and being nonsensical. I mean how is it possible that a would electron for instance ‘know’ anything and decide? Such a recommendation makes outsider kidnappings, the Loch Ness Beast and the domain of crystal gazing appear to be absolutely ordinary and OK and inside the domain of regular rationale! However, there is exploratory proof and perceptions to back this up. Contextual investigation #1 – The Twofold Cut Trial: Take the notorious twofold cut examination (referred to in all possible books on quantum physical science). Send a stream (tons and loads) of photons at two equal cuts that have an objective leading body of sorts behind them that show where the photons land after they go through the double cuts. The photons go through the two cuts and structure on the objective board an exemplary wave obstruction design, along these lines showing that electromagnetic radiation, for this situation noticeable light, is a wave. No issues up until now. Presently fire each light photon in turn at the double cuts, with the end goal that one photon will go through the cuts and arrive at the objective quantum board before the following photon is delivered.
What you get – hang tight for it – is an exemplary wave obstruction design! That is absurd. Maybe one photon passes the two cuts simultaneously and meddles with itself. That is exceptionally interesting impossible to miss, not entertaining ha-ha. Truth be told, it’s straight out of a “Twilight Zone” once more. Yet, stand by, it deteriorates. Presently rerun the each photon in turn test however set up a discovery gadget at each cut to decide whether the photon goes through only one cut or through both. What happens is that the solitary photons, terminated each in turn, is without a doubt identified going through one cut or the other cut however not both at the same time and in this manner, as you would expect, the exemplary wave obstruction design disappears to be supplanted with two independent and separated lines on the objective load up. That is absolutely nuts since without finders at the cuts you get that exemplary wave impedance design; with identifiers, no such example.