common. Logic

How not to explain anything

Let’s dive headfirst into the marvelous world of explaining the unexplainable using more of the unexplainable. And to drive the point through, we’re talking about the paradoxical wonderland of “Quantum Consciousness.”

Conventional wisdom would dictate that explaining an elusive concept with the help of another equally elusive concept would strengthen your argument, “right”? But, hold your horses, because we’re about to embark on a mind-bending expedition that defies all logic and coherence!

Picture this: Quantum mechanics, a realm where particles can be in two states at once, and their behavior changes merely because we observed them. Fascinating, isn’t it? Now, let’s take this mind-boggling concept and sprinkle it generously over consciousness. Voilà! We have Quantum Consciousness, a concept as elusive as a mirage in the desert.

Explaining something as abstract as consciousness using a field of science that perplexes even the most brilliant minds might seem like a stroke of genius, or maybe not. It’s like trying to solve a mystery with an even bigger mystery. As they say, “When in doubt, introduce quantum mechanics.”

But wait, there’s more! The beauty of quantum consciousness lies in its ambiguity. It’s the perfect excuse to be vague and mystifying while sounding incredibly profound. Throw in terms like “wave function collapse” and “entanglement,” and watch as people nod their heads, too afraid to admit they have no clue what’s going on.

In the grand dance of explaining the unexplainable, we mustn’t forget the joy of obfuscation. Why make things clear and understandable when you can cloud them in an enigma wrapped in a mystery?

So, the next time you find yourself struggling to explain a perplexing concept, remember the golden rule: when in doubt, make it more perplexing! Because in the realm of quantum consciousness, confusion reigns supreme, and coherence is but a distant dream.

Or, maybe, just for once, use simple terms and a language that everyone can understand. Make it so simple that a 5 years old would be able to understand it. To master a subject is to be able to explain it with the most basic of terms. No fancy terms and head scratching concepts we barely grasp.