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Schrodinger, Erwin - Mind and Matter - The 5 senses



Type of Spiritual Experience


Electromagnetic light and how we perceive it, must also be programmed as software and that software may well be different for species and people.  The rules are not obvious, and often don’t seem to be logical.  There is clearly some sort of rule base designed for a specific purpose, which we cannot or have not deduced yet

A description of the experience

Erwin Schrodinger – Mind and Matter

Is radiation in the neighbourhood of wavelength 590UU the only one to produce the sensation of yellow?  The answer is Not at all.  If waves of 760 UU which by themselves produce the sensation of red, are mixed in a definite proportion with waves of 535 UU which by themselves produce a sensation of green, this mixture produces a yellow that is indistinguishable from the one produced by 590UU.  Two adjacent fields illuminated, one by the mixture, the other by single spectral light look exactly alike, you cannot tell which is which.  Could this be foretold by the wavelengths – is there a numerical connection with these physical objective characteristics of the waves?  No.  There is no general rule that a mixture of two spectral lights matches one between them; for example a mixture of ‘red’ and ‘blue’ from the extremities of the spectrum gives ‘purple’ which is not produced by any single spectral light.  Moreover the colour triangle varies slightly from one person to the other and differs considerably for some persons called anomolous trichomores [who are not colour blind].

The source of the experience

Schrodinger, Erwin

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