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  1. One conclusion of the double slit experiment is that reality is determined by an observer. What is truly perplexing is that two observers can determine two irreconcilable realities that are both equally valid. There are three things we need to understand from this: 1. Reality in our space-time is observer determined. 2. Every observer lives in a bubble of its own reality all of which can be equalling valid. There is a higher level of reality where the double slit experiment is reconciled. For example, imagine two separate circles in two dimensions. Circle “A” represents the
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