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Essence of Srivaishnavam Practices
QMT-QUANTUM MECHANIC'S THEORY AND THE VAISESIKA - PRAPATTI SIDDHI
the materialist really understands in detail the QMT, he have to study
it for many years and even then he might not fully understand it. The
reason for this is because the materialistic science is often obscure
due to its scientific jargon and the incomplete knowledge. Interestingly
however, the Vedas explain everything making the knowledge they give
complete by combined material and spiritual understanding. For example,
it is described that the material energy is composed of the smallest
particles, paramanu's. Because of the interplay of their qualities,
modes or guna's and the desires of the soul's and the Super-soul the
activities of the material energy take place.
this essay is an attempt to present some of the similarities of QMT and
the Vedic wisdom how I read and heard from other ISKCON devotees and
gathered thus info from materialistic science and the Vedas.
first question is what is QM? The theory of QM gives description of the
mechanics or workings of the different quantum or units of matter. It
deals with the behavior of matter e.g. light
on the atomic and subatomic scale. It attempts to describe and account
for the properties of molecules and atoms and their
constituents--electrons, protons, neutrons, and other more esoteric
particles such as quarks and gluons.
in the SB 3.11.1 Srila Prabhupada say that science has not yet found the
ultimate smallest indivisible particle called paramanu (the atom).
Gautama Muni's definition of atom is similar to Bhagavata's: param
va truteh - the atom is that which is not capable of being divided.
we would like to mention that during their research work, some
scientists became attracted to the Vedic Sankhya and Vaisesika
(analytical study of matter and the atomic theory) because they found in
them things similar with QMT. Let see the opinion of a few recognized
scholars. Physics Nobel prize winner Eugene Wigner said: "... the
basic philosophical ideas of the Bhagavad-Gita, Gita on existence are
virtually identical with those which quantum mechanics lead me to."
Further W. Heisenberg (German Physicist, 1901-1976) opined: "After
the conversations about Indian philosophy, some of the ideas of Quantum
Physics that had seemed so crazy suddenly made much more sense".
of the interesting points of QMT is the theory of many dimensions. This
same knowledge about many dimensions we find also in the Vedas which
explain that there are unlimited higher dimensions, what means more than
four dimensions known to our conditioned nature (length, breadth, height
and duration of time).
Banasura used 1,000 arms to work 500 bows and shoot 2,000 arrows at a
time at Krishna. In this case, we are dealing with a materially embodied
being living on the earth. One might wonder how 500 material arms could
be mounted on one shoulder without interfering with one another.
Moreover, if this is possible, how could they aim 500 bows in the same
direction at once? Did the bows pass through each other? In the book
'Vedic Cosmography and Astronomy" Sadaputa Prabhu explains that this
phenomena happening in one place was possible because of Banasura's
body existed in the higher dimensional space.
Veic literature nowhere mentions that we can experience the higher
dimension with our material blunt senses not even if we would look
through microscopes and telescopes. IOW, like in the example of Arjun
and mother Yasoda, they could see the higher dimensional universal form
of Krishna in one place only because Krishna gave them the ability to
see that higher dimensional existence. Another way to get the vision of
the higher dimensions of existence is by developing higher sensory
powers like that of the demigods and the sage's. Of course, the
highest spiritual sense perception (pratyakshavagamam dharmyam Bg.9.2)
one can get only by the mercy of Krishna and thus e.g. see the spiritual
dimensions of the holy places like Vrindavana and their eternal
residents including Krishna.
is one interesting point in connection with this. When the English
missionaries in 19th century were trying to convince the
Indian intellectuals to give up the Vedic culture explaining the Vedas
as only a mythology, they had a book compiled of very esoteric examples
from the Vedic literature like the above mentioned Banasura's; the
description of Ravana with thousand heads; Brahma with four heads etc,
etc. Using the lower
Newtonian physics that recognize only three dimensions, the English
missionaries presented such examples as an absurdity, and they would ask
the people, especially the intellectuals: "Do you really believe in
this?" Thus many Indians
having insufficient knowledge and faith in the Vedas would reject their
own culture, which is an interesting phenomena, even nowadays. However,
presently even these esoteric descriptions can become acceptable by
using the knowledge of higher dimensions explained by QM, which as we
mentioned is also described in the Vedic literature.
So, the descriptions of this kind implicitly require
higher-dimensional conceptions of space.
and some other ideas of QM are quite mysterious some are possible to
proof by experiment, and some not, still they continue to inspire the
scientists to contemplate about them. Realizing that some of the
theories cannot be adequately tested by experiment the Harvard physicist
Howard Georgi characterized modern theoretical physics as
'recreational mathematical theology'.
of all this theory is superior than Einstein's theory of relativity
which imposes a limitation saying that events in the universe happen at
a speed that does not exceed the speed of light. Things happen, in other
words, always at the speed of light or less. This is called the "law
of local causes".
example we would know that the sun exploded only after eight minutes
after the explosion since this is the time needed for the light to reach
the earth planet more precisely our vision.
already at the time of Einstein the theory of QM came up which claims
that there are forces by which the information is spread rough out the
universe quicker then the speed of light, actually instantly. At the
birth of this theory there were no experiments to prove its validity but
even then Einstein had a hard time to counteract it's idea. Although
Einstein was not the profounder of QMT, in 1935, he together with Nathan
Rosen and Boris Podolsky proposed through flawless mathematical
reasoning that if the quantum theory were correct, then a change in the
motion of one twin particle (previously being one photon particle but
then divided through a crystal) would affect its twin photon particle
simultaneously, even if the two had been widely separated in the
meantime'. The word 'simultaneous' is excluded in the theory of special
relativity of Einstein, which forbids the transmission of any signal
faster than the speed of light. Obviously, a signal telling the particle
'what to do' would have to travel faster than the speed of light if
instantaneous changes were to occur between the two particles.
1964 Bell's Theorem emerged as a proof that Einstein's impossible
proposition did in fact hold true: instantaneous changes in widely
separated systems did occur.
1972, Clauser confirmed the statistical predictions of quantum
mechanics, working with an elaborate system involving photons, calcite
crystals, and photo multiplier tubes. The experiment has since been run
several times with the same consistent results; Bell's Theorem stands
Bell's theorem is unthinkable to Newtonian physicists. Mathematics and
experimentation have taken us where our logical mind cannot go. Just
imagine once more, two photon particles once in contact, and then
separated even if they travel to the opposite side of the universe will
both change their directions instantaneously
when a change in one of them occurs! There are three answers why, by
three type of people. The scientist would say that there is something
what transfers the information from one photon particle to another
quicker than the speed of light and actually simultaneously which means
there is a connection between them on the higher dimensional level. The
mayavadis or the advaitins would say it is because of the universal
consciousness Brahman, or because ultimately everything is one. And the
Krishna bhaktas would say it is the Paramatma who coordinates and
directs everything including photon particles.
let see how the scientists and the Vedic wisdom explains this
Jack Sarfatti of the Physics/Consciousness Research Group proposes that
no actual energy-requiring signal is transmitted between the distant
objects, but 'information' is transmitted instead.
Herbert, a physicist who heads the C-Life Institute, suggests that we
have merely discovered an elemental oneness of the world. This oneness
cannot be diminished by spatial separation. An invisible wholeness
unites the objects that are given birth in the universe, and it is this
wholeness that we have stumbled into through modern experimental
am sure that the impersonalists philosophers like these opinions of the
scientists, because it confirms their theory of oneness: 'sarva khalau
idam brahma' - everything is Brahman, and that's why the two
distant photon particles changes simultaneously their directions.
However, we can authoritatively say that this controlling activity is
only due to the universal super-consciousness, the Paramatma or the
Super-soul since we never saw anything done under the ultimate control
of impersonal force.
Anyway, this theory predicts forces that travel with infinite
speed what is not possible to measure in the laboratory, but numerous
experiments at the best universities in the world have demonstrated the
existence of forces that operate faster than the speed of light,
thereby providing impressive empirical evidence for non-locality.
the Vaisnava and other Vedic literatures there are descriptions of
abilities like going to the other side of the universe or taking
something from other planets e.g. an apple, in no time. This is called
prapti-siddhi, one of the mystic powers of the yogis.
Nowadays some modern physicists seriously speculate about the use
of quantum non-locality in communications and even teleportation, which
is the same as prapti-siddhi. But
will they succeed?
is an interesting fact, that great yogis, such as Kardama Muni, are
unaware of the underlying processes that translate their desires into
physical actions. When Kardama Muni created an entire flying city, as
described in the third canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam, he was amazed.
So, if even Kardama Muni did not understand the wonderful working of
material nature what to say about the scientists who have therefore even
less chance for that. Actually,
it is said that only Krsna can fully understand His own energy.
Moreover, if the scientist don't understand the existence of the soul
and after that the existence of God they are just wasting their time.
Referring to the example of Srila Vyasadeva, when he became self
realized he understood Krsna the living entities and the power of the
material energy as well. Therefore, it would be better that the
scientists understand Krsna by practice of self-realization and then
they would fully understand the material energy as well.
some of the scientists are realizing the need to understand more than
only the material energy. E.g.
the Danish nuclear physicist Niels Bohr, also a Nobel laureate, stated,
"All of us know that there is such a thing as consciousness, simply
because we have it ourselves. Hence consciousness must be a part of
nature, or, more generally, of reality, which means that quite apart
from the laws of physics and chemistry, as laid down in quantum theory,
we must consider laws of quite a different kind." Such laws will
include the laws of reincarnation, which govern the passage of
consciousness from one physical body into another, the three modes of
material nature (gunas), the 28 mystic perfections or yoga-siddhis (see
Srimad Bhagavatam 11.15.3-9).
mentioned in the beginning of this essay QM attempts to describe and
account for the properties of molecules and atoms. Here at the end let
see what the Vedas say about atoms (paramanus).
to the Veda the paramanu's are the components of the (6 kinds of)
quarks (elementary subatomic particles), and 6 types of anti-quarks and
the leptons (the electron, positron and neutron). These are the smallest
particles known in the western science. Each of these particles is a
little smaller then the 10^-18. The atom of the western materialistic
science is 10^-10. The paramanu according to the Nyaya-Vaisesika is
0.79x10^-22. The radiations or energies, the modes or the guna's of
the paramanu's are all different. They mix so that you get varieties
of quarks (elementary subatomic particles) and leptons. If these
assemble then we get e.g. mesons (elementary particle having a mess
between that of an electron and proton called also a mesotron), protons,
antiprotons, hadrons, baryons, neutrons. The atoms and molecules are
composed of these particles. The further combination of these elements
form the objects and unlimited varieties of qualities. The qualities,
modes or guna's means in relation to rupa, sparsa, sabda, rasa and
gandha (form, touch, sound, taste and smell). The paramanus are the
building blocks of the universe and the gunas are like the concrete that
bind the paramanus.
Paramatma controls the types of qualities and the qualities of
intensities of these ultimately as e.g. the light is dimmed or adjusted.
So The Quantum Mechanism Theory is an unending search for other dimensions, unknown particles and more - that simply cannot be illustrated; one has to go through on his/her own experiments in oneness with the Lord God.