Is there any way to overcome matter and walk through walls?
if a universe are just building blocks then what are peoples bias's but atoms and pixels, doesn't that "call into question" things really are; if the word morals can only represent what is in the universe in terms of meaning then are morals just pixels and atoms? As what exists are those things hence nothing else besides those things could exist, correct?Atoms are made of 99.9999999% nothing. Our universe is made of atoms. We are made of atoms, so is the wall. Yet we can't move through a wall made of 99.9999999% nothing...
Feels like a video game character who can't move through a wall made of pixels. Similarly, said character is made of pixels and lives in a world made of pixels. Pixels, atoms, just different building blocks used to build universes.
Like us, he can't overcome the constraints of his universe.
Observations exist showing the phenomena to be real. A blade of grass embedded halfway through a pane of glass comes to mind. Hutchinson seems to have accidentally produced the phenomena in his experiments. The Philadelphia experiment wound up with sailors embedded halfway into the deck of the ship they were on during the experiment. Current Physics laws forbid it though. And Google still censors searches for this kind of info. Basically two objects can't occupy the same place at the same time. Seems to hold true most of the time. The laws of physics are man made laws. They can be broken just like any other law man makes.