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Quantum physics is often thought of as mystical. It's also used to describe mystical things. But in reality, it's actually pretty simple. In English grammar, there is countable nouns and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns are things like penguins, bananas, and carne asada burritos. I went to the zoo and saw a lot of penguins. How many penguins? Seventeen penguins! Damn dude, that's a lot of penguins! On the other hand, there are uncountable nouns. Things that you can't count. Like water. I went to the ocean and saw a lot of water.
Humans have been telling each other stories since the dawn of time. One way to think of stories is a device to implant post-hypnotic suggestions. The way these are shown in movies (usually comedies) is by putting somebody in a trance. While they are in a trance, they say something simple like, “Every time you see the color red, you will talk like a penguin!” Since it’s fiction, it has to be simple for the audience to understand. Essentially, it’s presented as a cause-effect idea. “Color red” = “talk like a penguin” But from a structural standpoint, that is pr