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Saturday, December 7, 2019

Random versus Quantum Noise

Random noise is a very important and yet unknowable part of physical reality that we usually simply take for granted. However, all random noise is actually inherently quantum and not classical at all. A classical coin toss, for example, results in a random landing of heads or tails because it is otherwise impossible to predict the outcomes of a hand-tossed coin. A hand coin toss is therefore officially accepted as random by the highest levels in sports and government...and even science. A classical coin toss will resolve a tied political election, for example, or the selection of sides in a football game and a coin toss is a measure of random noise in science. Thus, the random noise is the ultimate arbiter of choice when two sides cannot otherwise agree.

However, determinist logic argues that even a random result is actually the product of a determinate creation and so there really are no truly random events in destiny, merely chaotic. The classical destiny of a coin toss is a determinate outcome and a mere function of the past albeit subject to the random noise of classical chaos. So classical science accepts the unpredictable outcomes of random noise like a coin toss, since a large number of classical events means classical chaos determines an outcome from precursors. Classical noise, you see, is just something random and unpredictable that happens without any reason despite our determinate classical universe.

The unpredictable outcomes in the quantum universe are due to precursor superposition and entanglement of quantum phase. Thus quantum phase noise is the always the real source of even classical noise since classical chaos is simply due to a large number of similar repeated actions. While a single classical action like a single flip precursor has a very predictable outcome, the of a coin toss drives highly variable neural actions of the thumb and fingers to a random outcome. Thus all random noise is inherently quantum and not classical at all...

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