History and Philosophy of Physics


The Frog and the Swarm of Bees, Different Views of the Universe

Authors: Georgina Woodward

An extended version of the frog and the swarm of flies. With additional explanation of the analogy, and comparison of superposition from the hive mind to quantum physics theoretical superposition of outcome states. Rather than frog and bird views of the universe as suggested by Max Tegmark, this considers the frog and hive mind of a swarm of super intelligent bees. Arguing that the aggregate view of the hive mind demonstrates the relativity of variables, and that their collective view also represents 'many worlds' of possibility from the point of view of a frog with just a singular viewpoint.This ties together ideas of relativity and QM

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