We go about our lives in a certain way. We know the things that we own, we can see each other, we see objects including the sun, moon and the stars.
But are they really there when we don’t look at them?
Is the position of any object in the Universe the same when we measure it as compared to when we don’t?
Does everything exist continuously along the 3 dimensional space and time?
Or does it appear and disappear simultaneously?
Say, if I look at the Moon and see it in a particular position, would it continue to remain in the same position when I stop looking?
Copenhagen Interpretation suggests that physical systems generally do not have definite properties prior to being measured, and quantum mechanics can only predict the probability distribution of a given measurement’s possible results. The act of measurement affects the system, causing the set of probabilities to reduce to only one of the possible values immediately after the measurement.
But now, I am saying that it is quite likely that we are living in a state of simultaneous appearance and disappearance.
The objects that we see, exist only because we are looking at them; things we hear exist because we can listen to them; and things we feel exist as long as we are feeling them.
What happens when you are sitting with your eyes closed, in complete silence? Nothing exists!
If humans couldn’t remember and store memories, would we still think of someone or something when that person or thing is no longer in our vicinity?
If we were unable to store memories, everything would cease to exist for us unless it was right in front.
So, we live in a state of existence and non-existence.
We exist and we don’t, simultaneously.
P.S. The Existence Postulation.