He argues that a recent study shows that not only can two physically separated particles influence each other, they can influence each other through time and that it identifies a Mind behind the universe:
Recent open-access research on quantum physics adds an interesting new wrinkle to this dilemma: Not only can two physically separated particles influence each other, they can influence each other through time. That is, physicists can extend entangledness through time.
Instead of eliminating the mystery of final causality, the experiments deepen the mystery. There must be an observer in order for the entangled causality to occur and physical processes cannot observe anything. So the very occurrence of reverse causality at the physical level means there is top down influence from the human level to the physical level. Not only is quantum physics unable to explain human final causality, it cannot explain its own final causality by itself. Its final causality is a trickle down effect from the human level. Eric Holloway, “Quantum mechanics shows that our universe has purpose” at Mind Matters News
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If you are interested in the quantum world and its implications, here are some other reflections you may enjoy:
Quantum randomness gives nature free will. Whether or not quantum randomness explains how our brains work, it may help us create unbreakable encryption codes (Robert J. Marks)
Can free will really be a scientific idea? Yes, if we look at it from the perspective of information theory (Eric Holloway)
Can physics prove there is no free will? No, but it can make physicists incoherent when they write about free will (Michael Egnor)