If you don’t know about the ‘double slit experiment’, please ask Google, it is very well documented on the net.

Physical objects, do not exist, everything is waves and those waves contain information or data. To make this data visible you need a device. When a TV station broadcasts, the data is carried on a radio wave and to make it visible you need a TV. The device needed to make the information visible, the waves of life contain, is us.

The average hearing range for humans is 20 Hz to 20 kHz, whatever sound is outside this range we can’t hear. So it is with translating or interpreting data from the waves of life, it has limitations. A particle is too small for us and outside our range therefore we are not able to translate the information. Part one of the experiment is a particle in its raw form moving through all the other waves of life without a device to make it visible. Just like a TV that is not tuned proper, you only receive the noise.

The moment you observe it with a detector you have a device that is an extension of us, we can no longer deny it and automatically we - not the detector - translate the data and not only translate the data but also process it. This means that we define the final outcome. First we translate the data, the data says it is an object, therefore it has to behave as an object. Everything in life has to obey rules and those rules are predefined, just to have stuff organized, and according to these rules we process the data. These rules are the laws of physics but rules are only rules and rules are made to be broken.

The object is heading towards a panel to collide with and we process this information accordingly because that’s the law and there you have it, a pattern on the panel that responds with a particle. Therefore it doesn't matter where you put the detector, whether the data becomes a particle before or after the double slit doesn’t matter. The wave becomes a particle the moment the observer knows it. The moment the observer knows it is a particle the processing starts the moment it left the canon.

Although the way we process data is still unknown it happens in a similar way we process other data like vision, sound, smell, taste and touch. When we hit a wall we will hurt ourselves, not because the wall is solid but because that’s the law of collision and this law is perfectly defined with mathematical formulas. All our brains have to do is the math to compute the result whether or not somebody has to call for an ambulance.
In a computer simulation, for example; colliding objects, this collision has to obey rules that are defined with parameters by the software. No physical objects are used in the computer, it is all data and so is life, there are no physical objects, it is all data, we all live in a giant simulation. The information taken from, to create this simulation, is the real world we refer to as the afterlife. The difference is that in the simulation we live on a sphere and in the real world we live in layers, layers of consciousness. This might be the reason that some believe earth is flat or hollow. One way or another they remember the real world and refuse to accept that they are no longer there anymore. This close the simulation looks like the real thing. We don’t live on a planet floating in space we live in waves of "light" carrying information. You can see and hear all of this on your TV as noise.

The data radio waves contain are video and audio. The data the waves of life contain are video, audio, smell, taste, dimension, location and a lot more. If we are able to master this we can walk through walls because walls do not exist and neither does the body, it is all waves, it is all data.

The double slit experiment proves that there is nothing out there, it is in the mind of the observer that it all comes into existence.

We don’t only observe, translate and process data but we can also transmit waves with data ourselves to change existing data or to create new. To make existing data visible you only need a device, but to create your own stuff you also need light because light is the carrier wave that holds the data. To be able to intervene with the waves around us and/or to create, we have to emit this light, the carrier wave. This is not as weird as it sounds like. When we see people who are head over heels in love we say :”You shine so beautiful.” The data this light is able to contain are our thoughts and this is what the “It takes two” document is all about, we have to learn to shine like a star.