Cause and effect.
A principle that is omnipresent in the universe. Electromagnetic ripples are always occurring around us. In the quantum field, each ripple is cause of whatever occurs next, and the effect of whatever originated it. Every physical sense represents a unique way to interact with different types of ripples. Disambiguation, also known as causality is the efficacy between one process and another.
For example, a stereo system playing loud dubstep creates sound vibrations that interact with the quantum field surrounding it, and instantly alters the frequencies. Moreover, the bass causes light objects on affected surfaces to fall to the ground. A picture hanging on the wall falls to the ground. The water in a bottle begins to move. The eyes see it happen. The ears hear it. The skin feels it. The nerves send the data to the brain. The brain processes it. The person reacts and quickly works out the cause and effect of the external situation. Behind the scenes, a series of cognitive processes are occurring in the mind of the witness, leading the person to turn the volume down in order to re-incorporate order. The cause of this particular ripple is the sound system, creating a series of reactions, the effect.
All has a cause and effect, and in a way, it is an infinite, constant stream of change. Chaos theory is a good way to understand the way all affects all. Every single action we do. Every single physical reaction we have. Something as simple as our breathing changing rhythm can affect the dynamics of the world around us. Like this, the whole universe unfolds. Every single event being relevant and crucial, whilst simultaneously, meaning nothing.
For instance, imagine a person who is in a room full of people, and an X stimulus triggers post-traumatic stress disorder, causing the person to hyperventilate, leading to respiratory alkalosis. The witnesses would instantly experience a reaction to such situation, and some would take action accordingly. For the person who is agitated, the X stimulus remains the cause of the situation. However, for the rest, the agitated person becomes the stimulus; and X remains an equation for them to solve. A doctor would identify and solve the equation related to the biological functioning of the body. A psychologist would identify and solve the cognitive equation. Different people use different systems to understand and interact with the world around them. Yet, both, the psychologist and the doctor, would diagnose “stress” as the cause.
Now, imagine the doctor saves the agitated person’s life. They fall in love, and call it destiny, a lucky coincidence. A philosopher, who is also a quantum physicist, and perhaps a dreamer, would use the concept of retrocausality to explain how future events can be the cause of present events, and how timespace is a concept that can be curved. So really, all is a matter of perspective; and opening our mind to different models is our best chance to answer life’s biggest questions. Sometimes, it is the simplest things that hold the most complex details of the universe. Studying the effect that small things have on our environment, and subconscious mind; enables us to expand faster. The more we understand the core mechanics of daily life, the more we are able to function under any circumstance.
This is why I think that self-education is the strongest revolution anyone can engage in.