We humans use 10% of our brains. I believe if humans used 100% of our brains, humans would be able to see things as they really are. Cells, Adams, or even just pure energy.
When we humans look at another human we see a human figure. We see this type of human image because we are only using 10% of our brains. If humans were using 100% of our brain we would see everything as it really is.
This will give you an idea of what humans would be able to do if they were using 100% of their brain. Understanding Quantum Mechanics and the Cosmos would not be a problem for us humans if we were using 100% of our brains.
We would be the intelligence they are trying to create. It doesn’t make any sense to me. To spend billions and billions of dollars trying to create something that is impossible to create. When all humans have to do it’s use 100% of their brains.
You may ask how would humans be able to use 100% of their brains? The Philosophers were close to figuring this out. They were trying hard to figure this out when the answer was simple it was right in front of them. The philosophers got sidetracked. It’s not something that can be accomplished overnight. To use 100% of our brain it would take generations to accomplish this if we stayed on the right track and didn’t get sidetracked as the philosophers did.
You have a centerline in front of you. It’s a straight line from beginning to end. This line represents your life from the beginning to the end of your life. The right side of this line is good and on the left side of this line is evil. The tools for you while you’re walking down this line are your Conscience, Philosophy, and Theology. And then listening to your conscience is where it is at. ~ Norman Bliss
Let us draw an arrow arbitrarily. If as we follow the arrow we find more and more of the random element in the state of the world, then the arrow is pointing towards the future, if the random element decreases the arrow points towards the past. That is the only distinction known to physics. This follows at once if our fundamental contention is admitted that the introduction of randomness is the only thing that cannot be undone. I shall use the phrase ‘time’s arrow’ to express this one-way property of time which has no analog in space. ~ Eddington
Eddington then gives three points to note about this arrow:
It is vividly recognized by consciousness.
It is equally insisted on by our reasoning faculty, which tells us that a reversal of the arrow would render the external world nonsensical.
It makes no appearance in physical science except in the study of organization of a number of individuals. (By which he means that it is only observed in entropy, a statistical mechanics phenomenon arising from a system.)
According to Eddington, the arrow indicates the direction of the progressive increase of the random element. Following a lengthy argument upon the nature of thermodynamics he concludes that, so far as physics is concerned, time’s arrow is a property of entropy alone.